Visual Prison: Everything you need to know

If you want your anime with a hint of horror, don’t miss “Visual Prison,” a future series that combines the anime genres of teen dramas and vampirism with the Japanese visual kei movement to create a series unlike any other.

The cast of “Visual Prison,” which begins with the show’s creators, Noriyasu Agematsu and Afredes, is impressive. According to sources, Agematsu is also the frontman of the Japanese rock band — or, technically, “collective of composers” — Elements Garden. Garden Elements will also compose the series’ music. They previously composed music for the anime series “Utano Princesama,” “BanG Dream!” and “Symphogear.”

“Visual Prison” was announced earlier this year, with both critics and fans of the visuals and characters expressing their admiration. Even better, you won’t have to wait long to find out. We’ve compiled a list of everything we know about the upcoming gothic anime series.

Source: Honey’s Anime

Release Date of Visual Prison

According to the Anime News Network, the ‘Visual Prison’ will premiere in October 2021. A more precise release date has yet to be announced. The premiere of AnimeJapan 2021, Japan’s largest annual animation convention this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been announced.

There are no release dates or networks for English-language viewers who prefer to watch “Visual Prison” without subtitles. Japanese anime versions are typically released in the United States about two weeks after their Japanese premiere. The American version will premiere in the middle of October 2021, at the very least. If you want to get a taste of “Visual Prison” ahead of time, you can watch the official teaser trailer on YouTube. The teaser is in Japanese and does not show much of the actual show, but it serves as an introduction to the main characters.

Who is in the cast of Visual Prison 

The main cast of the series announced A-1, the anime studio behind the “Visual Prison,” in March 2021. Shya Chiba was cast as the main character Ange Yuki, according to Anime News Network. Chiba was best known before “Visual Prison” for his roles as a B Cell in “Cells at Work!” and Tahoumaru in “Dororo.” He is also a singer, which should help him express this character. Guiltia Brion is played by Makoto Furukawa, Eve Louise by Hiroki Nanami, and Robin Laffite by Shun Horie and Oz’s Chiba.

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