Six More Cast Members Walk the Beat in Cop Craft TV Anime
Adaptation based on fantasy light novel series hits Japanese TV in the Summer of 2019
Six more cast members have been revealed for Cop Craft, an upcoming TV anime based on the fantasy light novel series written by Shoji Gato (Full Metal Panic!) and illustrated by Range Murata (Last Exile) about an unlikely pair of partners from parallel worlds that team-up to fight crime. The new cast members include:
Fumiko Orikasa as Cecil Epps, a coroner at the San-Teresa City Police Department and Matoba's ex-girlfriend.
Kenji Hamada as Jack Roth, the chief of the Special Public Morals Division of the San-Teresa City Police Department. Roth is a very stern person.
Ryousuke Takahashi as Tony Mcbee, a detective in the Special Public Morals Division. Mcbee plays the role of "den mother" to the rest of the division.
Mai Nakahara as Jamie Austin, a detective in the Special Public Morals Division and Cammy's partner. Jamie used to be chubby as a child.
Marina Inoue as Cameron Estefan, a detective in the Special Public Morals Division and Jamie's partner. Cameron used to be a fujoshi.
Satoshi Tsuruoka was also announced as the voice of Alexander Godonov (not pictured).
Cop Craft is set in the sprawling metropolis of San-Teresa City some 15 years after a hyper-dimensional rift opened above the Pacific Ocean, connecting Earth with a magical world known as Leto Semani. Now over two million immigrants from both worlds mingle in San-Teresa City, but despite an otherwise peaceful blending of dozens of cultures, crime still lurks in the shadows. Kei Matoba, an Earth-born police detective, and Tilarnna Exedilica, a knight from Leto Semani, work together for the San-Teresa City Police to stamp out drugs, weapon smuggling, human trafficking, and other violent crimes.
The original Cop Craft light novels are published in Japan by Shogakukan under their Gagaga Bunko imprint. The Cop Craft TV anime is directed by Shin Itagaki and features animation production by Millepensee. Cop Craft will broadcast in Japan beginning in the Summer season of 2019.
Official Cop Craft TV anime home page
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