The anime Doreiku shows a promotional video, reveals its musical themes and dates its premiere


The official website of the animated television adaptation of the manga Doreiku: Boku to 23-nin no Dorei by Shinichi Okada and Hiroto Oishi has revealed that the anime will premiere on January 13 at 1:00 on BS11, later arriving at Tokyo MX and AT-X, as well as via streaming exclusively on Netflix in Japan.

It has also been announced that Shogo Sakamoto (The Royal Tutor) will perform the opening, "Karakara na Kokoro", while Pile (World Trigger, Ou-sama Game) will be in charge of the ending with the song "BJ".

Below these lines you can see a promotional video of the series.


The voices announced are:
  • Hibiku Yamamura as Eia Arakawa
  • Ryouta Suzuki as Yuga Ohta
  • Sayaka Senbongi as Julia Katsushika
  • Hikaru Midorikawa as Seiya Shinjuku
  • Suzuna Kinoshita as Ayaka Toshima
  • Nozomi Nishida as Rushie Suginami
  • Yasuhiko Kawazu as Masakazu Meguro
  • Showataro Morikubo as Shinnosuke Tachikawa
  • Yusuke Shirai as Takio Minato
  • Hikaru Yuki as Sachi Shibuya
  • Kazuyuki Okitsu as Tsubaki Setagaya
  • Sarara Yashima as Shiwori Adachi
  • Ayumu Murase as Taiju Nakano
  • Tetsu Inada as Zenichi Bunkyou
  • Kouki Miyata as Zushiomaru Sumida
  • Saki Hayakawa as Maria Chiyoda
  • Kengo Kawanishi as Gekko Itabashi
  • Sachi Kokuryu as Zero Shinagawa
  • Kenyuu Horiuchi as Muon Nerima
  • Saeko Kamimura as Minami Kita

Ryoichi Kuraya (Tsugumomo) will direct the series and will supervise the scripts under Zero-G and TNK. Junji Goto (School Days, DxD High School) will design the characters and be the chief animation director.

The story of the manga presents us with a game of survival among 24 people who carry a device called "Slave Control Method" with which they can turn their rivals into slaves. Each of them has its own reasons to participate in the game.

The manga is in turn an adaptation of the Okada novels of the same name, of which there are several volumes between the main story, spinoffs and sequels. Oishi launched the manga in 2012 and Futabasha compiled it into a total of 10 volumes.

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