From the author of Durarara!!, Dead Mount Death Play will have an anime

A press release confirmed the production of an anime adaptation of the manga written by ryohgo narita and illustrated by shinto fujimoto, Game Dead Mount Death. The statement revealed details of the production, the voice cast and first date scheduled for April 2023 in Japan.

Narita and Fujimoto began publishing the manga through the magazine young gang from the publisher Square Enix in October 2017, where it is yet to be published. ryohgo narita He is also a writer of works because It will last!!, Bacchano! Y Fate/strange Fake, which have already inspired anime adaptations of their own. On the other hand, shinto fujimoto after attending Narita i Bacchano! and he also wrote the manga Red Raven.

Voice was cast

  • Sakakihara Yuki like Polka Shinoyama.
  • Inori Minase like Misaki Sakimiya.
  • Yuma Uchida as Takumi Kuruya.

Production team

  • manabú ono (Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei, Sword Art Online: Alicization – War of Underworld, Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon) is in charge of directing the anime at the studios Geek Toys.
  • Hisashi Abe (Chobits, Berserk, Devil May Cry) is in charge of character design and animation direction.
  • manabú ono (Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei), Yukie Sugawara (Sword Art online)Y tonight (Enen no Shouboutai) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
  • FMF (Yuki Nara, eba, Utatane Kana) They are in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.

Summary of Death Mountain Play

A Necromancer named The Corpse God is fighting the Church, which wants to subjugate him. Using his last shred of power against the Calamity Crusher, he is defeated, but his reincarnation magic activates. Suddenly, he is transported to the world of modern society and the body of the boy Polka Shinoyama. What will happen to him in this world? What will he do? Who would have expected the climactic battle between good and evil to turn out like this?

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