Voice actors Maaya Uchida and Soma Saito are joining the cast of the upcoming Undead Girl Murder Farce anime as the werewolf girl Nora and serial killer Jack the Ripper respectively. You can check out the visuals for both characters below:
Maaya Uchida is known for her roles as Rikka Takanashi in Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions, Norman in The Promised Neverland, Sharo Kirima in Is the Order a Rabbit?, Lililuka Arde in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Hiyori Iki in Noragami, Catarina Claes in My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! and Angel Devil in Chainsaw Man.
Meanwhile, Soma Saito is known for his roles as Tatsumi in Akame ga Kill!, Yutaro Tsumugi in Aldnoah Zero, Twelve in Terror in Resonance, Tadashi Yamaguchi in Haikyuu!!, Hermes in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Lao Yen-Thai in Banana Fish, Vinegar Doppio in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, and Hyoma Chigiri in Blue Lock.
Previous character introductions for the Undead Girl Murder Farce anime include Sherlock Holmes (voiced by Shinichiro Miki), John H. Watson (voiced by Masaki Aizawa), Annie Kerber (voiced by Sayumi Suzushiro), Phantom (voiced by Hiro Shimono), Aleister Crowley (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita), and Carmilla (voiced by Reina Kondo).
The staff for the anime includes:
- Director: Mamoru Hatakeyama
- Series Composition: Noboru Takagi
- Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Noriko Ito
- Sub-Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Naho Kozono
- Music: yuma yamaguchi
- Sound Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi
Crunchyroll will be streaming the Undead Girl Murder Farce anime as part of their Fuji TV +Ultra partnership. The streaming platform describes the plot as:
The 19th century — a world inhabited by vampires, golems, werewolves and other paranormal creatures. Immortal beauty and disembodied head Aya Rindo, along with half-human-half-demon “Demon Killer” Tsugaru Shunichi and her loyal maid Shizuku Hasei, travels through Europe as supernatural detective “The Cage User,” solving supernatural mysteries while she searches for her lost body.
Source: Official Website
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