The official website for the musical adaptation project based on the mystery manga series Moriarty The Patriot has posted a 60-second PV for its forthcoming third show Op.3 - The Ghost of Whitechapel. The clip features William James Moriarty (Shogo Suzuki) and Sherlock Holmes (Ryo Hirano), who are pondering in separate rooms. Meet the stage play version characters after the jump!
The official website for the musical adaptation project based on Ryosuke Takeuchi (story) and Miyoshi Hikaru (art)'s Moriarty The Patriot mystery manga series has revealed the seven main cast visuals for its forthcoming third show Op.3 - The Ghost of Whitechapel. Meet the returining cast members after the jump!
After being teased at the end of the latest episode of Moriarty the Patriot, the blackmailer from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes tale The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton has been officially unveiled by the TV anime series, announcing who is voicing Charles, as well as releasing his official character setting sheet. Uncover it after the jump!
As the Moriarty the Patriot TV Anime continues its second half, four new characters were introduced that will be appearing in upcoming episodes. These four characters, James Bonde, Jack Renfield, Von Herder, Zach Patterson, stand side by side in a new visual highlighting them, which can be seen after the jump!
The official Twitter account for the Jump SQ. magazine revealed on Monday that World Trigger will not be appearing in the May issue (released in Japan on April 4) of the magazine due to the manga creator's Daisuke Ashihara health. More details after the jump.
Following its two successful shows in 2019 and 2020, the musical adaptation of Ryosuke Takeuchi (story) and Miyoshi Hikaru (art)'s Moriarty The Patriot mystery manga series will have its third show "Op.3 - The Ghost of Whitechapel" in August 2021. Hit the jump for more details.
During a stage at Anime Japan 2021 today, World Trigger revealed that its previously announced third season is scheduled to start airing in Japan in October 2021. The second season of the adaptation of Daisuke Ashihara's Shonen Jump+ series is currently airing on Japanese TV and streaming right here on Crunchyroll. See the first details after the jump!