During Jump Festa ’21, the second video debuted on Saturday for the TV anime of Shō Aimoto’s Kemono Jihen (Monster Incidents) manga. The video reviews Daisuke Ono’s initial signature tune “Kemonomichi.”
The anime will debut on January 10 on Tokyo MX, January 11 on YTV, and January 12 on BS11.
Masaya Fujimori (You Are Umasou, Izetta: The Last Witch) is coordinating the anime at Ajia-do. Noboru Kimura (Amagami SS+, Nyaruko: Crawling with Love!, Gundam Build Divers) is accountable for arrangement sythesis and contents. Nozomi Tachibana (Ensemble Stars!, ClassicaLoid scene chief, liveliness chief) is planning the characters. Sayaka Sasaki will play out the closure signature melody “Shirube” (Guiding Sign).
The manga begins in a calm provincial town, where numerous homegrown creatures pass on unnatural passings in a peculiar episode. To determine the occurrence, an odd-looking man from Tokyo who passes by the name “Inugami” goes to the town to explore. In the town, he meets a little fellow who has a secretive air about him called “Dorotabō.”
Aimoto (Hokenshitsu no Shinigami) dispatched Kemono Jihen in Jump SQ. in December 2016. The manga’s eleventh volume delivered on July 3.