The famous The Kingdoms of Ruin manga series is receiving an anime adaptation, the Japanese manga magazine Comic Garden said on its Twitter account.
Fans of the sci-fi/fantasy subgenre have embraced Yoruhashi’s The Kingdom Of Ruin manga, and a television version is currently in the works. The premiere of this long-awaited program has sparked great enthusiasm within the manga and anime communities due to this wonderful news.
The Kingdom Of Ruin Story
Witches and humanity have coexisted together for a long time, but an advanced scientific revolution has caused their abilities excessive. The most powerful country in the world launches a merciless witch hunt and exterminates all witches from the land after giving in to wrath and fear.
Adonis, a witch’s apprentice, vows vengeance on the empire after being made to witness the death of his beloved instructor. In this spectacular new fantasy manga, science, and magic are engaged in a violent war!
The Kingdom Of Ruin Key Visual and Cast
As if that weren’t thrilling enough, the Kingdoms of Ruin anime adaptation received a lovely congratulatory image from manga author and illustrator Yoruhashi, a stunning new visual, and the promise of a 2023 debut.
The voice actors portraying Adonis and Doroka in the dark fantasy anime were also revealed. As follows:
Adonis is voiced by Kaito Ishikawa (Naofumi in The Rising of the Shield Hero).
Azumi Waki plays Doroka, formerly Fina in Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear.
The anime is being directed by Keitaro Motonaga (Date A Live, Getbackers) at Yokohama Animation Lab. The series scripts are written by Takamitsu Kouno (Utawarerumono: The False Faces, Absolute Duo), while the character designs are done by Hiromi Kato (Goblin Slayer, Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East).
The soundtrack is being created by Hanae Nakamura (The Quintessential Quintuplets), Shu Kanematsu (My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!), Miki Sakurai (I’m the Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss), and Hanae Nakamura.
This television adaptation is certain to be a success because of its intriguing plot, endearing characters, and gorgeous animation. So What are your thoughts about this Sci-Fi Series? Let us know in the comments.
Frequently Asked Question
The release date for the television adaptation of Yoruhashi’s The Kingdom Of Ruin has not been officially announced yet. Fans are eagerly anticipating its release, but it’s important to note that the exact release date will be released soon.