Consider this cast list… revised! Yeah… I’ll just see myself out now.
Earlier today, three new cast members for the upcoming TV original anime Revisions were revealed via the official website (character name listed first).
Chiharu Isurugi: Yoko Hikasa
Mukyu Isurugi: Yukari Tamura
Nicholas Sato: Houchu Otsuka
The three new cast member joins the already very full list of notable talent which reads:
Daisuke Dojima: Koki Uchiyama
Miro: Mikako Komatsu
Chang Gai Steiner: Nobunaga Shimazaki
Chang Lu Steiner: Rie Takahashi
Marin Temari: Manaka Iwami
Keisuke Asano: Soma Saito
If you’re not impressed by the cast, you at least have to be impressed with the crew that has been put together for this one. Sitting in the director’s chair will be Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass) at studio Shirogumi. Makoto Fukami and Taichi Hashimoto will be handling series composition and Jun Shirai will be designing the characters.
Other confirmed crew members include:
Original Work: S.F.S
Original Character Designs: Sunao Chikaoka
CG Director: Takamitsu Hirakawa
Mecha Design: Yōhei Arai
BG Concept Artist: Makoto Shirata
Matte Paint Director: Yutaka Ōnishi
Art, Setting: Ryū Sakamoto
Color Design: Akemi Nagao
Director of Photography: Kazuhiko Takahashi
Editing: Akari Saitō
Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa
Music: Azusa Kikuchi
The story for this one sounds like it’s going to be as convoluted as you might imagine it would be but the official story description reads:
“This is a prophecy, a time of crisis will fall upon the five of you someday. At that time, you will protect everybody.”
Daisuke Dojima is a second-year high school student, who was abducted as a child. He, along with his friends Gai, Lū, Marimari, and Keisaku, find themselves wrapped up in a mysterious phenomenon known as “Shibuya Drift.”
The central area of Shibuya was transported 300 years into the “future.” There, a vast wasteland awaited as a forest dotted with ruins… and future humans called “Revisions.” They will need to work with the Revisions to operate giant mechanical monsters.
A girl named Milo, who has the same name as the person who kidnapped Daisuke, appears to help Shibuya, which is being overrun by monsters that have mysteriously appeared. She tells Daisuke that only he can operate the “doll weapon String Puppet” to protect the city.
Daisuke soldiers on, upholding Milo’s prophecy to protect everybody. And though the power Daisuke obtained was a reason for rejoice, the bonds of these five childhood friends are tested.
Isolated city. Unknown enemy. Predictions of uncertain past and destiny.
Boys and girls fight the future, to regain the “now” and return to their original era.
Slated to air in January 2019 as part of Fuji TV’s “+Ultra” block, it’s already been licensed by Netflix leaving fans with no exact timetable on when it will be available to stream outside Japan.