Heavenly Delusion Trailer Reveals Before Release

Heavenly Delusion is an anime I’ve been looking forward to for quite a while. While we haven’t heard any news regarding an official anime release date, Production I.G. has revealed the Heavenly Delusion trailer to show the fans what this series has to offer.

The anime series introduces us to a post-apocalyptic world with unknown creatures roaming the surface. Our protagonist is trying to find the lost paradise.

The official trailer announcement came on the official website, along with some detailed information regarding the staff members.

The news highlighted Mori Hirotaka as the series’ director, Fukami Makoto as the series’ compositionist with Kensuke Ushio in charge of the music.

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Heavenly Delusion Trailer Review

Something that made the teaser trailer exciting was obviously the sinister overtone in the earlier scenes which later turned into a retro gaming music theme.

The earlier scene care shows the abandoned cityscape and two people wandering through it until the screen cuts to an oversized facility. Following that are just random epic scenes from throughout the story.

This is a treat for anyone who likes post-apocalyptic settings with overly advanced mechanical facilities where the people live.

The series is famous for its plenty of psychological horror elements for the seinen fans. The animation quality is definitely top-notch.

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Key Visual and Staff

Heavenly Delusion Trailer

The official key visual came during the initial announcement. It featured the two main characters, Kiruko and Maru standing side by side as a terrifying eye in the background look down on them. Undoubtedly, the character designer has done a fantastic job in bringing the characters to life.

The series is going to be a sci-fi adventure in the great unknown. There is plenty of exploring that happens throughout the story. The storytelling is probably the strongest point of this show.

The official list of staff members was updated and it revealed Mori Hirotaka as the director, Eriko Kimura as the sound director, Brunet Stanislas as the background artist, Makoto Fukami as the series composer, Yuji Kaneko as the art director, Kentaro Waki as the director of photography with Kensuke Ushio responsible for the music.

The plot of Heavenly Delusion

It’s been over fifteen years since the unforeseen disaster destroyed the world on the surface and left ruins of modern civilization.

Humans now live in large underground facilities where robots raise children and constantly wonder about the world outside.

The outside world, which was once a beautiful paradise, is now a hellscape filled with monstrous creatures. They attack everything that moves or has power.

The two main characters, Kuriko and Maro, are traveling across the ruins of Tokyo city, trying to find the lost piece of heaven.

Not only do they have to survive in the wild, but they also have to avoid the bizarre creatures that live on the surface.

About the series

Heavenly Delusion is a Japanese manga series. Masakazu Ishiguro is famous for writing and illustrating the series. The series began serialization in Kodansha’s Seinen manga magazine, Monthly Afternoon, in July 2018.

The series currently has 8 volumes available in circulation. The 9th volume is currently available to read online, with over 50 chapters.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the surface destroyed in Heavenly Delusion?

Fifteen years prior to the series’ timeline, an unforeseen disaster destroyed everything that ran on power and dismantled everything humanity had built so far.
Along with the disaster came some strange creatures that would destroy everything else that ran on power.

What is the underground facility where the children live?

The underground was built to avoid an attack from those creatures. The robots run the facility who care for the children and teach them about the outside world.

Is Haruki a boy Heavenly Delusion?

Yes, he is a boy!


It’s time for the most awaited anime adaptation to entertain us on big screens. Judging from the Heavenly Delusion trailer, we can easily expect a fantastic job from the animation director. Let’s see when our beloved anime is going to hit the screens. For similar anime news, keep following us!

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