Heavenly delusion gears up for its premiere this spring as part of its jam-packed spring 2023 anime schedule, and it’s gearing up to show what to expect with the reveal of its premier voice cast! The anime adaptation that takes on Masakazu Ishiguro’s original manga series is getting closer to its full debut, and that means we’re now getting to see more of how it all comes together. This major also includes the voices behind the anime, and now we have the first major additions to the voice cast.
The latest updates to the new anime not only include confirmation that the series has been licensed for worldwide release by Disney, but that the voice cast for Heavenly delusion currently includes Gen Sato as Maru, Sayaka Senbongi as Kiruko, Hibiku Yamamura as Tokio, Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kona, Misato Fukuen as Mimihime, Shunsuke Takeuchi as Shiro, Tomoyo Kurosawa as Kuku, Misato Matsuoka as Anzu and Yuki Shin as Taka. You can see a visual representation of the series’ official Twitter account below:
コナ # 豊永利行
アンズ # 松岡美里
— TVアニメ『天国大魔境』公式 ＠2023年4月放送決定！ (@tdm_anime) February 3, 2023
What to expect for Heavenly Delusion’s Anime
Heavenly Delusion is currently slated to debut in Japan in April as part of the Spring 2023 anime schedule, but an international release has yet to be determined. Since it’s licensed by Disney, it will likely stream with Disney+ in international territories and Hulu in the United States. But the big question is whether or not it will be released simultaneously or launch a year later with an all-English dub. As for what to expect when it drops, Denpa teases the Heavenly delusion manga as such:
“Within the safety of the walls, young people are raised in a nursery-like environment by robots. While life there may seem ancient on the surface, the children are full of potential and curiosity. In many ways, it is like a piece of heaven. The outside world is a hellscape. It is almost completely stripped of anything mechanical and is now inhabited by bizarre, yet powerful supernatural beings. Maru, with the help of Kiruko, is out there criss-crossing what was once Tokyo to Heaven. But after so long a search, maybe heaven is more an unsustainable dream than a potential reality.”
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