The anime will premiere on Netflix on October 12
Netflix began airing the second trailer for the anime adaptation of Uru Okabe’s Good Night World manga on Wednesday. The video introduces the anime’s ending theme song “salvia” performed by vocal duo VTuber Nornis.
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Anime stars (not all romanized character names confirmed):
The anime will air worldwide exclusively on Netflix on October 12. Netflix describes the anime:
In the online game”Planet”, there is a powerful team of four players.
This team is called “Akabane Family,” and its members are a fake family that only exists in the game.
Although they don’t know about it, these four players are actually a broken family in real life.
A closed brother. A high-achieving younger brother. A father is not respected by his children. A mother neglects her family.
They do not know the warmth of family. They also don’t know that the warmth of online family is just a fleeting feeling.
And most of all, they don’t know they are a real family.
Focusing on the actions of the Akabane Family in the online game”Planet”, the story is about battles against monsters, clashes with other guilds and plots surrounding “Black Bird”, the goal the end of the game.
The story takes a big turn when it involves the real world and this real family.
Katsuya Kikuchi (Idol Memories, The Royal Tutor) is directing the anime at NAZ. Michiko Yokote (Shirobako, Prison School, Cowboy Bebop, Rurouni Kenshin) will write and supervise the series’ scripts. Rena Okuyama (Idol Memories, The Royal Tutor) designed the characters and Takatsugu Wakabayashi (Skip and Loafer, Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer) composed the music. Artist VTuber Kuzuha will perform the opening theme song of the anime “Black Crack”.
Additional personnel include:
Okabe launched the manga on Shogakukan’s Ura Sunday service in 2016. Shogakukan published the manga’s first compilation volume in April 2016, and the fifth and final volume in March 2017. Okabe launched the manga first Good Night World End manga on Shogakukan’s Manga ONE website on August 1.
Source: YouTube Netflix Anime channel, Comic Natalie