Geno Studio will adapt an anime series from manga Pet by Ranjo Miyake

The opening of an official website announces that the remastered edition of Ranjo Miyake's Pet manga will have an animated television adaptation.


Takahiro Omori (Durarara !!) will be in charge of directing the anime under Geno Studio for Twin Engine, being Sadayuki Murai (Natsume Yuujinchou) who will be in charge of the scripts.


The history of suspense is directed by people who possess the ability to infiltrate the minds of others and manipulate their memories. These powers have always been used to cover incidents, murders and all kinds of misdeeds committed by gangs of criminals, but these powers are not only capable of breaking the spirit of others, but also of corrupting the hearts of their own users. Your users will have to protect each other, as if they were a single unit, and call them "Pets", pets, feeling to others as a mixture of fear and contempt.



Miyake published the manga in the pages of the Weekly Big Comic Spirits of Shogakukan, and his version was remastered in five volumes in 2009 by Enterbrain (currently Kadokawa).

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