Ani-One Asia Streams Rating of Kings Anime
Hong Kong content material distributor MediaLink Leisure Restricted‘s Ani-One Asia platform introduced on Tuesday that it has licensed the tv anime of Sōsuke Tōka‘s Rating of Kings (Ōsama Rating) manga. The stream will premiere on October 15 on Ani-One Asia‘s streaming platform and the iQIYI Asia streaming service. The anime may also premiere in Japan on October 15.
The anime will premiere two weeks after the Japanese premiere on Bahamut, CATCHPLAY, Chunghwa Telecom (MOD&Hami Video), friDay, KKTV, Line TV, and myVideo in Taiwan; on My-TV Tremendous in Hong Kong; on CATCHPLAY and meWATCH in Singapore; and on CATCHPLAY and Sushiroll in Indonesia.
The online manga facilities round Bojji, a deaf, powerless prince who can’t even wield a youngsters’s sword. Because the firstborn son, he strives arduous and goals of changing into the world’s best king. Nonetheless, folks mutter about him behind his again as “a good-for-nothing prince” and “no approach he might be king.”
Bojji is ready to make his first ever buddy, “Kage” (shadow) — a literal shadow on the bottom who one way or the other understands Bojji nicely. (Kage is a survivor of the Kage murderer clan that was all however worn out. Now not a killer, Kage now makes ends meet by stealing.) The story follows Bojji’s coming-of-age as he meets numerous folks in his life, beginning together with his fateful encounter with Kage.
Yousuke Hatta (One-Punch Man episode director, Boogiepop and Others assistant director) is directing the anime at Wit Studio, with Arifumi Imai as assistant director. Taku Kishimoto (91 Days, Fruits Basket 2019, Moriarty the Patriot) is in control of the collection scripts. Atsuko Nozaki (Tokyo Magnitude 8.0, The Legend of Heroes: Trails within the Sky) is designing the characters, whereas Masaki Kawake is the sub-character designer. Each are credited as chief animation administrators. Makoto Fuchigami is the chief line director. Masaru Oshiro, Shin Ogasawara, and Nozomu Fujii are the primary animators. MAYUKO is composing the music.
The band King Gnu (first Banana Fish ending) are performing the opening theme music “BOY.” Yama performs the ending theme music “Oz.”
Supply: Ani-One Asia‘s Fb web page