Get ready for the highly-anticipated Ragna Crimson anime! The official website dropped a thrilling new trailer on September 2, 2023, unveiling the episode count and release date. This anime is based on the original manga series by Daiki Kobayashi, which has been captivating readers since its debut in March 2017.
Mark your calendars, because the Ragna Crimson anime is set to make its grand debut on October 1, 2023. Yes, that’s just around the corner! In case you were wondering, the series will consist of a total of 24 episodes. You’ll be able to catch it on Japanese broadcast TV starting at 1 am JST on Sunday, October 1, 2023. The show will first air on TOKYO MX and BS11 before spreading to MBS and other networks, which means most international viewers can expect it to land on their screens on Saturday, September 30.
But that’s not all! The latest trailer also introduced us to the talented cast and crew behind this exciting project. Here’s a sneak peek at the stellar lineup:
- Chikai Kobayashi as Laguna
- Ayumu Murase as Crimson
- Inori Minase as Leonika
- Fairouz Ai as Slime
- Mamiko Noto as Chimera
- Hiroki Higashiji as Golem
- Reina Ueda as Artematia
- Junichi Suwabe as Woltekamuy
- Takehito Koyasu as Grumwerte
- Shunsuke Takuechi as Disastrous
- Kozo Shioya as Mergbde
- Kana Entoshi as Future Laguna
- Rina Hidaka as Starria Reese
- Rio Tsuchiya as Hezera/Glare
Keep in mind that character names may evolve slightly once the anime officially launches and translations come into play. The creative team working tirelessly behind the scenes includes Ken Takahashi directing at Silver Link Studios, Shinpei Aoki handling character design, and Deko Akao taking care of the screenplays and series composition.
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Asuka Komiyama is the art director, ensuring the world of Ragna Crimson comes to life visually. Takeo Mizuni oversees the color design, while Atsushi Sato and Makoto Endo handle cinematography and 3D direction. Kentaro Tsubone takes charge of editing, and Yuki Gobun serves as the sound director. Last but not least, Koji Fujimoto and Osamu Sasaki are both responsible for the captivating music in the series.
For those unfamiliar with the manga, Ragna Crimson made its debut in Square Enix’s Monthly Gangan Joker magazine back in March 2017. Since then, it has been a regular feature in the magazine, and as of June 2023, it boasts an impressive 12 compilation volumes. English-speaking fans can already get their hands on ten of these volumes. So, gear up for a thrilling adventure as Ragna Crimson comes to life on your screens this fall!