GREAT PRETENDER TV Anime Releases Totally Not Fake New Visual for Case 4
The next case in the con-artist TV anime launches on Netflix Japan September 21
The last announced case for the GREAT PRETENDER TV anime is launching on Netflix in Japan on September 21 and tease the story, the official Twitter account for the Wit Studio's produced anime series has released a new (totally real) visual.
9/21（月）の【CASE4:ウィザード・オブ・ファー・イースト（極東の魔法使い）】#Netflix 独占先行配信開始に先立ち、キービジュアル第2弾を公開しました！— アニメ「GREAT PRETENDER」（グレートプリテンダー）公式 好評放送中！ (@GrePre_anime) September 18, 2020
舞台は上海と東京。謎に包まれてきたローランの過去がいま明らかに#グレプリ #GREATPRETENDER pic.twitter.com/UuOu03UB42
CASE4, titled Wizard of the Far East, sees the team travel between Shanghai and Tokyo to try and con the 'Suzaku Association,' who supposedly buy and sell children, with the above tweet also teasing that we'll learn more about Laurent's past and that all the "fake has come down to this moment."
CASE4 was the last announced case for the series, but it hasn't been confirmed how many episodes the case will be, or if it is truly the final case of the series. GREAT PRETENDER is directed by Hiro Kaburagi (91Days), with character designs from the legendary character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (Evangelion), and story from popular screenplay writer Ryota Kosawa (Parasyte live-action films). The first three cases are currently available on Netflix worldwide.
Source: Great Pretender on Twitter
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.