Steampunk Samurai Stage Play Rusted Armors Gets TV Anime Adaptation

Actors Taiki Sato and Toshiki Masuda reprise their leading roles for mixed media project

The cast of the Rusted Armors stage play strike dramatic poses in full costume and make-up.


Rusted Armors (known in Japana as Sabiiro no Armor), a mixed media project with a steampunk aesthetic that follows the struggles of a group of samurai during the war-torn Sengoku Period, is being adapted from a live-action stage play into a TV anime.


The main cast of the Rusted Armors stage play poses with their weapons.


So far, few details about the TV anime (such as the staff, the cast, and the release date) for Rusted Armors have been revealed, although it has been confirmed that actors Taiki Sato and Toshiki Masuda will reprise their leading roles as Sonichi and Oda Nobunaga, respectively.


The cover of the first volume of the Rusted Armors "comicalize" manga adaptation.


An official website and Twitter feed (@armors_anime) have also been published for the Rusted Armors TV anime. A "comicalize" manga version of Rusted Armors with illustrations by hagi is currently serialized in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Gene shoujo manga magazine.




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