Death Note Creators’ New Anime, Platinum End, Releases First Trailer

 Platinum End, the new anime from the creators of Death Note and the director of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, has received a new trailer.

The anime adaptation of Platinum End, the brand new series from Death Note designers Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, has been released with new data and a trailer.

According to Anime News Network, the official website of Platinum End has been updated with new trailers and information for the upcoming series. Hideya Takahashi, who previously worked on anime such as Bizarre Adventure of Jojo: Golden Wind and Pokemon’s Origins, is in charge of the first half of the Platinum End, and Kazuchika Kise, who previously worked on the Shell’s Ghost and the Evangelion series, is in charge of the second half. Signal.MD, the sister studio of Production IG, which also produced Napping Princess in 2017, is behind the anime.

The story of Mirai Kakehashi, a young man saved from abusive foster care by a literal guardian angel named Nasse. Platinum Finish. Nasse grants Mirai access to his superstructural powers in order to determine who is worthy of becoming the world’s new God, and he is now competing with 13 other candidates who have been granted guardian angelles and similar abilities. Mirai intends to obstruct the other candidates while maintaining his own sense of law and morality.

This fall, in a 24-season episode, the anime is scheduled in Japan. The original manga of Ohba and Obata Platinum Finish was first launched in 2015. In 2016, VIZ Media has published an English manga location while the English anime release details are not yet published.

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