Cells at Work!! Anime Film
Photo Credit: David Production

Cells at Work!! anime film‘s official website declared on Saturday that theatergoers in Japan will get a 32-page “Cells at Work! volume 4.9” booklet.

The booklet will highlight a chapter 19.5 for the manga, which unique Cells at Work! manga maker Akane Shimizu drew. The manga will recount to a preface story to the film. The booklet will likewise highlight a meeting with chief Hirofumi Ogura and a conversation between cast individuals.

The film’s special screening edition is titled as following:

“Cells at Work!” The Return of the Strongest Enemy. A Huge Uproar Inside the Body’s “Bowels!”

The up and coming anime film is scheduled to debut on September 5th. The new anime will feature a story from volume 5 of the original manga before it airs on television as part of the anime’s second season.

The anime film‘s new cast members include:

  • Yuri Yoshida as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Kuro)
  • Rie Takahashi as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Aka)
  • Natsumi Fujiwara as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Panda)
  • Yurika Kubo as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Buchi)

The staff members of the anime includes:

  • Hirofumi Ogura as the Director
  • Animation Studio: David Production
  • Yuuko Kakihara as the Script Supervisor
  • Takahiko Yoshida as the Character Designer
  • Kenichiro Suehiro as the Music Composer
Photo Credit: Cells At Work!! Anime Film’s Official Website

Cells at Work!! which is the second season of the anime will debut in January 2021.

The anime adjustment of the Cells at Work! Code Black side project manga will likewise make a big appearance in January 2021 with a different cast and staff.

Cells at Work! is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and delineated by Akane Shimizu. It includes the humanized cells of a human body, with the two primary heroes being a red platelet and a white platelet she oftentimes experiences. The manga was serialized in Kodansha’s shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Sirius beginning in March 2015. It is authorized in North America by Kodansha USA.


(C)  Akane Shimizu, Kodansha / “Cells at Work!” Production Committee”