New characters appear in episode 13
The official website of the television anime of Takeshi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba‘s End Platinum manga announced two new cast members on Thursday. The new characters appear in Episode 13, which airs Thursday.
The newly announced cast includes:
Hiroshi tsuchida as Masaya Hoshi
Yui Ishikawa as Manami Yumiki
The anime premiered on October 7 on TBS. The anime will have an uninterrupted run of 24 episodes (through March 2022) to adapt the entire story of the manga. Crisp and Funimation air the anime when it airs in Japan, and Funimation also broadcasts an english dubbing.
Hideya Takahashi (Witches on strike: road to Berlin, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: The Golden Wind) is making the “first series” of the anime at Signal.MD, and Kazuchika kise (Ghost in the shell rises, Ghost in the Shell: the new movie) directs the “second series”. Kōji Ōdate (No game, no life) designs the characters, and Shinichi Inotsume (PERSONA 5 Animation, Hayate the Fighting Butler, Gangsta.) Is overseeing the scripts for the series. Masahiro tokuda (Cestvs: the Roman fighter, Last hope) composes the music. The group BAND-WOMAN perform the opening theme song “Sense”. A singer Yuu miyashita performed the first ending theme song “Kōfuku-Ron” (Surrender Theory). Kuhaku Gokko perform the second ending theme song “Last Straw”.
Media viewing describes the beginning of the story:
As her classmates celebrate their high school diploma, a troubled Mirai is plunged into darkness. But his battle has only just begun when he receives salvation from above in the form of an angel. Now, Mirai is pitted against 12 other chosen humans in a battle in which the victor becomes the next god of the world. Mirai has an angel in her corner, but he may have to become a devil to survive.
Obata and Ohba (Death threat, Bakouman.) launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Skip SQ. magazine in November 2015, and finished it in January. Shueisha published the 14th and final volume in February. Media viewing has simultaneously published the manga in English digitally since the manga launched. The company also publishes the manga in print.