Heavenly Delusion: When is Masakazu Ishiguro’s anime releasing? The plot, streaming details, and more
The much-awaited anime adaptation, Heavenly Delusion, will be out on April 1. Read inside to know the plot, premiere date, and time of Masakaju Ishiguro’s highly acclaimed series
The wait is finally over! Masakaju Ishiguro’s much-anticipated anime series, Heavenly Delusion, is all set to hit the screens on April 1, 2023. Hirotaka Mori who is best known for being the assistant director of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Film will be directing this critically acclaimed manga series. On the other hand, Makoto Fukami is taking care of the character designs and Kensuke Ushio is in charge of music composition. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, this sci-fi film would surely take viewers on an adventurous ride. As the anime’s release date is coming closer, here’s everything you need to know -
Heavenly Delusions: The Plot of the show
The story revolves around Maru, Tokio, Kiruko, and Minihime, who are on a quest to find a utopian place called ‘Heaven’. Their journey leads them to a post-apocalyptic world that is filled with powerful supernatural beings. As the story unfolds, the characters will discover the meaning of life and their place in it. Check out the trailer here:
Worldwide premiere date
The anime adaptation of the series will release on April 1, Saturday, 2023 at 10 pm. The show will air on many Japanese syndications, including TOKYO MX, RKK Kumamoto Broadcasting, Hokkaido TV, TV Aichi, MBS, and BS11. International fans can watch the latest episodes of the series on Disney + since it has bought the distribution rights of Heavenly Delusion.
The cast and characters
The intriguing show boasts of an enthralling voice cast, including Gen Sato, Sayaka Senbongi, and Hibiku Yamamura portraying the prominent roles of Maru, Kiruko, and Tokio, respectively. The supporting ensemble includes the voices of wonderful actors like Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Misato Fukuen, and Kazuya Nakai.
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