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Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

Jun 12, 2021 09:52 PM

The first live-streamed Power Push!! special episode for Visual Prison, the original television anime from Uta no Prince Sama and Symphogear series creator Noriyasu Agematsu and Aniplex's A-1 Pictures, unveiled more staff members and a new key visual on Saturday.

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

Takeshi Furuta (Utano☆Princesama Legend Star, Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold) is serving as the chief director with Tomoya Tanaka directing at A-1 Pictures. Yukie Sugawara (The [email protected] SideM, Overlord) is supervising the series scripts. Minako Shiba (Black Butler, DAKAICHI -I'm being harassed by the sexiest man of the year-, Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee) is adapting the original character designs by Ikumi Katagiri (Sakura Kakumei ~Hana Saku Otome-tachi~, Are You Alice?) for animation. Jinshichi Yamaguchi, Hiroshi Yakou, and Honoka Yokoyama are handling the sub-character designs, and Yakou, Yamaguchi, and Reina Kawasaki are also serving as chief animation directors.

Takayuki Kidou is designing the props. Hiroshi Katō is supervising the art with Hirofumi Sakagami as art director. Katō and Mitsuki Maeda are also serving as art designers. Kanako Hokari and Mayu Morita are the color key artists and Ryuta Undo is directing the CG. Akito Suzuki is the compositing director of photography, and Eiichi Nishimura is editing. Satoshi Motoyama is directing the sound.

The live-streamed special also debuted the character designs for the groups OZ, Los†Eden, and Eclipse (in their stage outfits and regular clothes) :

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

 

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

 

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

 

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

 

Aniplex describes the project by portraying visual kei musicians as vampires. The visual kei genre is a subgenre of Japanese rock characterized by elaborate visual presentations, gothic aesthetics, balladic melody writing, and musicians who present androgynously. In the anime's story, vampires perform visual kei music, and gather together in Harajuku in an event known as "Visual Prison" under a red moon once a year, performing visual kei songs to entrance an audience and offer the best song to the red moon above.

The story begins when Ange Yuki, a lonely boy with no family, travels to Harajuku to see his favorite artist, and there sees an intense musical battle between the bands Eclipse and Lost Eden, their energetic performance striking a pain through his heart.

Visual Prison Vampire Visual Kei Anime With Uta no Prince-sama's Noriyasu Agematsu Unveils More Staff

The cast, divided by their respective units, are as follows:

Oz (center in image above):

  • Shōya Chiba as Ange Yuki (center left in visual)
  • Makoto Furukawa Guiltia Brion (center right in visual)
  • Hiroki Nanami as Eve Louise (rightmost in visual)
  • Shun Horie as Robin Laffite (leftmost in visual)

Los†Eden (right in image above):

  • Takuya Eguchi as Latour Saga (right in visual)
  • Shimazaki Nobunaga as Mist Flaive (top in visual)
  • Takuma Nagatsuka as Veuve Elizabeth (bottom in visual)
  • Shougo Yano as Jack Mouton (left in visual)

Eclipse (left in image above):

  • Toshiki Masuda as Dmitri Romanee (left in visual)
  • Shouta Aoi as HYDE Jayer (right in visual)

Elements Garden is producing the music. The anime will premiere this October.

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