Kodoani.com – Official website of the manga adaptation The Tale of the Outcasts (Nokemono-tachi no Yoru) by Makoto Hoshino revealed on Thursday the second promotional video, additional voice cast and January 8 premiere. The video reveals the opening theme song “Ashita no Katachi” ( Shape of Tomorrow) by the voice actress for Wisteria’s main character, Ayana Taketatsu, and the ending theme song “Rewrite” by Hakubi.
The newly announced cast includes
Yūki Ono as Luther
Shunsuke Takeuchi as Dantalion
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Citri
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX on January 8. It will then air on YTV and BS Fuji.
The film will have an early screening on December 23 at Shinjuku Wald 9 in Tokyo with the participation of the cast.
The anime’s staff previously announced that Ayana Taketatsu and Katsuyuki Konishi would play the main characters Wisteria and Marbas, respectively, and Ryōta Ōsaka would play Snow, Wisteria’s older brother.
The voiceover also includes:
Risa Imayanagi as Diana Junichi Suwabe as Naberius Ryotaro Okiayu as Danchō (Commander of the Knights of the Cross) Kentarō Kumagai as Takenami Yū Kobayashi as Astaroth Chitose Morinaga as Maurie Karin Oda as Hariett
The anime’s staff includes:
Director: Yasutaka Yamamoto Series Composer: Kenichi Yamashita Script: Kenichi Yamashita, Sayaka Harada, Yasutaka Yamamoto Character Design: Mina Ōsawa Monster Design: Kanta Suzuki Animation Director: Mina Ōsawa, Hikaru Suzuki Music : Hiroaki Tsutsumi Music Producer: Pony Canyon Sound Producer: Studio Mausu Animation Producer: Ashi Productions
Wisteria is an orphan girl living in a corner of the British Empire in the late 19th century. Her life is desolate and bleak – until she meets Malbus, a powerful but equally powerful immortal being. lonely with a hairy appearance, hunted by hunters. Together, Wisteria and Malbus roam the Empire – inhabited by humans and human-like beasts – in search of a place where they can live in peace.
Hoshino launched the manga in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday in August 2019. The manga ended in April 2021. The eighth and final volume compiled with the seventh volume were published in May 2021.