More Japanese cast members were revealed alongside the OP / ED
The Spriggan anime is only a few weeks away from premiering on Netflix around the world, and to learn more about the anime adaptation of the manga of the same name written by Hiroshi Takashige and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa, more details were announced today, including three more characters, the opening and ending themes and artist, and a new trailer in both English and Japanese.
Joining the cast of Spriggan are:
Saori Hayami (Yor Forger in SPY x FAMILY) as Lieutenant-Colonel Maria Clemente
Takayuki Sugo (Shinpachi Nagakura in Golden Kamuy) as Bowman
Mitsuho Kambe (Oshizu Hebimori in Akebi's Sailor Uniform) as Rie Yamabishi
Producing both the opening and ending theme songs is Taisei Iwasaki, who is joined by another performer for both singles. The opening theme song is titled "Seeking the Truth feat. YAHZARAH." with the ending theme song named "Ancient Creations feat. Shing02."
The Spriggan anime is based on the 1989 manga by Hiroshi Takashige and Ryoji Minagawa. The six-episode series is directed by Hiroshi Kobayashi (Kiznaiver) at David Production.
Netflix, who will be exclusively streaming the anime from June 18, describes the series as:
A great civilization once existed on this Earth. Possessing knowledge and scientific prowess far exceeding that of modern man, the relics of this ancient civilization remain hidden across this world even now.
As high-speed communication networks cover the globe and the peering eyes of satellites are able to expose all secrets, the armies of great nations clash as they seek to uncover and research these artifacts, which possess an unfathomable “power.”
A member of this ancient civilization carved a message into a plate: “Protect our relics from evil-doers.” Taking this message to heart, one organization aims to seal away this ancient civilization for good.
The elite secret agents of this organization are known as…Spriggans.
Source: Comic Natalie
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.