The Titan's Bride Anime Updates with Key Visual, July 5 Premiere

Noriko Fujimoto is the latest addition to the cast

 

When the TV anime adaptation of ITKZ's fantasy boys' love manga The Titan's Bride was first announced, the two main cast members were revealed as Yuuki Ono and Kento Ito. Now publisher Suseisha is here with an update that includes a new cast addition, the first key visual, and a July 5 premiere date. 

 

The latest cast member came along with one of three pieces of character design art, pictured below. That's Caius' ex-fiancée, Medina Nall Rosas, voiced by Noriko Fujimoto. 

 

 

Kento Ito (Hirotaka Nifuji in Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku) voices Koichi: 

 

 

And Yuuki Ono (Josuke Higashikata in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable) voices Caius. 

 

 

Staff revealed thus far includes:

 

Director

Rei Ishikura (Overflow)

 

Writer

Eeyo Kurosaki

 

Character Designer/Chief Animation Director

Shinichi Yoshikawa

 

Color Key Artist

Junpei Washimi

 

Art Design

Ue-gaki

 

Art Director

Taichi Maezuka

 

Compositing Director of Photography

Masato Makino

 

Editor

Natsuki Yasuda

 

Sound Director

Ayako Misawa

 

Animation Production

Studio Hōkiboshi

 

Here's the new key visual:

 

 

The catchphrase for The Titan's Bride manga is "The largest-scale coupling in the BL history." The series has been serialized digitally via Comic Cmoa's boys-love label BL Screamo, and the first volume of its print edition hit Japan back in March.

 

Synopsis:

One day, male high school student Koichi (180 cm) is summoned to another world while masturbating. It is a country of giants, where a species much larger than him lives. The first prince of the country, Kaius (250 cm), looks at Koichi enthusiastically and makes a proposal of marriage to him, "I want you to be my bride and give birth to my child." 

 

Source: Suiseisha via Anime News Network

 

 

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Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his webcomic, BIG DUMB FIGHTING IDIOTS at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox. 

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