The Japanese entertainment giant Avex Pictures released a trailer on Sunday for the film.
The live-action trailer is titled “A Zombie-less Fight: Saga Revenge Edition.”
The video highlights entertainers Hakuryuu and Kunio Murai, who are both from Saga prefecture. The video highlights them quarreling about the prefecture. Hakuryuu voiced the person White Ryu in the Zombie Land Saga Revenge anime.
The English dub will debut on Thursday with the anime‘s first episode.
The cast includes:
- Bryn Apprill as Ai
- Ama Lee as Junko
- Ricco Fajardo as Kotaro
- Sarah Wiedenheft as Lily
- Caitlin Glass as Saki
- Brina Palencia as Sakura
- Dawn M. Bennett as Tae
- Stephanie Young as Yugiri
- Cris George as Bulk
- Austin Tindle as Dirty Harry
- Alejandro Saab as Romero
- Mike McFarland as Skull
- R. Bruce Elliot as Xu Fu
The anime premiered on April 8th in Japan.
The anime’s staff includes:
- Director: Munehisa Sakai
- Series Script Supervisor: Shigeru Murakoshi
- Character Design: Kasumi Fukagawa
- Art Director: Kazuo Ogura
- Color Key Artist: Azusa Sasaki
- Editing: Masahiro Goto
- Music Director: Takashi Murakami
- Sound Production: dugout
- Animation Production: MAPPA
- Ai Kuroiwa is directing the 3D CG
- Momoko Mifune is the compositing director of photography
- Yasuharu Takanashi and Funta7 are composing the music at Avex Pictures
The anime’s cast members include:
- Mamoru Miyano as Kōtarō Tatsumi
- Kaede Hondo as Sakura Minamoto
- Asami Tano as Saki Nikaidō
- Risa Taneda as Ai Mizuno
- Maki Kawase as Junko Konno
- Rika Kinugawa as Yūgiri
- Minami Tanaka as Lily Hoshikawa
- Kotono Mitsuishi as Tae Yamada
- Hiroyuki Yoshino as Policeman A
- Yasuhiro Takato as Romero
The anime follows Sakura Minamoto, who fantasies about being a symbol, yet is hit by a vehicle and awakens as a zombie. A man named Kōtarō Tatsumi shows up and discloses to her he’s enlisting her into an icon bunch comprised of zombies, dead young ladies he has enrolled from a few periods of Japanese history.
Zombie Land Saga anime’s first season aired in Japan between October and December 2018.
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