The anime adaptation of Amahara and masha’s ecchi fantasy manga Interspecies Reviewers will air in January 2020.
The official website of the Ishuzoku Reviewers (Interspecies Reviewers) television anime updated with cast, additional staff, theme song performers, and the first key visual (pictured Below) on Friday. The anime adaptation of Amahara and masha’s ecchi fantasy manga will air in January 2020.
Stank: Junji Majima (Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou)
Zel: Yuusuke Kobayashi (Comet Lucifer)
Crimvel: Miyu Tomita (Hinako Note)
Kanchal: Kaede Yuasa (Gunslinger Stratos The Animation)
Maidley: Mao Ichimichi (M.A.O) (Sounan Desu ka?)
Elma: Momoyo Koyama (Shoujo☆Kageki Revue Starlight)
Mii: Karin Isobe (Just Because!)
Okpa: Mari Hino (Flying Witch)
Eldley: Rei Matsuzaki (The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls)
Aloe: Yoko Hikasa (Bikini Warriors)
Milky: Yuri Katou (Bloodivores)
Guinea: Yuka Nukui (Back Street Girls: Gokudolls)
Elsa: Makoto Koichi (Nurse Witch Komugi-chan R)
Piltia: Shiori Izawa (Witch Craft Works)
Lona: Takako Tanaka (Hinamatsuri)
Tiaplate: Natsumi Takamori (Minami Kamakura Koukou Joshi Jitenshabu)
Mitsue: Kyou Yaoya (Hakyuu Houshin Engi)
Junji Majima, Yuusuke Kobayashi, and Miyu Tomita will also perform both the opening and ending themes as their respective characters.
Assistant Director: Takahiro Majima (Hakumei to Mikochi, Citrus episode director)
Art Director: Takeshi Sekino (Steins;Gate Movie: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu)
Color Design: Ritsuko Utagawa (Akiba’s Trip The Animation)
Director of Photography: Sera Takamitsu (To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers photography)
Editing: Akinori Mishima (Ro-Kyu-Bu! SS)
Music: Kotone Naitou (Princess Kiss! visual novel theme song composition)
Sound Director: Hisayoshi Hirasawa (Netsuzou TRap)
Sound Effects: Yasushi Inomata (Getsuyoubi no Tawawa)
Yuuki Ogawa (Miru Tights) is directing the anime series at Passione, featuring character designs by Makoto Uno (Seikon no Qwaser). Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou) is handling the series composition.
Kadokawa’s Dragon Age magazine originally published the manga as a special one-shot in July 2016. The series has been serialized regularly under Nico Nico Seiga’s Dra-Dra-Dragon Age digital manga portal—now Dra-Dra Sharp#—since August 2016. Kadokawa published the third volume on July 9. Yen Press licensed the manga in English last March and published the second volume on July 23. The third volume is scheduled for a February 18, 2020 release.
Source: Moca News