Uzumaki is the seinen horror manga created by Junji İto that ran on Shogakukan from 1998 to 1999 which managed to get an astounding amount of attention from fans worldwide and won various awards in different categories.
Recently, the American adult-oriented nighttime programming block Adult Swim’s official Youtube channel released a teaser video on Sunday for Uzumaki anime.
The video is the same with the video gushed in August 2019, however the depiction on the video uncovers that the anime will make a big appearance in 2021.
The anime was recently scheduled to make a big appearance this year.
Adult Swim also released an interview with the anime’s director Hiroshi Nagahama.
The four episode animet will debut on Toonami. The anime was initially scheduled to make a big appearance on Toonami before it debuted in Japan, and it is at present indistinct if that is as yet the case after the deferral to 2021.
The anime’s Japanese cast incorporates:
- Uki Satake as Kirie Goshima
- Shinichiro Miki as Shuichi Saito
- Toshio Furukawa as Kirie’s Father
- Takashi Matsuyama as Shuichi’s Father
- Mika Doi as Yukie Saito
- Mariya Ise as Azami Kurotami
- Katsutoshi Matsuzaki as Katayama
- Wataru Hatano as Okada
- Tatsumaru Tachibana as Tsumura
- Kouichi Toochika as Yokota
- Ami Fukushima as Shiho
- Gen Sato as Boy 1
- Shunsuke Takeuchi as Boy 2
- Anna Nagase as Girl
- Kōsuke Okamoto as Attendee 1
The anime’s staff incorporates:
- Director: Hiroshi Nagahama
- Studio: Drive, Production I.G. USA, and Adult Swim are co-producing the anime.
- Music Composer: Colin Stetson
In case you’re new to the creepy story that is Uzumaki, the Junji Ito wrote manga follows a reviled city that is fixated on spirals. On its surface, this doesn’t really stable that startling, yet when you plunge into the arrangement, it follows some alarming manners by which spirals start contaminating the lives of the residents that are living inside the concealed town.
Starting with one man, the town is by all accounts wrapped by this extraordinary cloud moving over the town’s lines that bring about any semblance of snail youngsters, anonymous ladies, flying criminals, and individuals who are changed into bumbling evil entities. Junji Ito’s Uzumaki awfulness manga uncovered on Wednesday the full Japanese cast for the anime’s first episode.