The much-anticipated anime, The Kingdoms of Ruin is all set to make a debut this year. The anime, adapted from the manga of the same name, finally has a new trailer and a premiere date. According to the new information released by Yokohama Animation Lab, the anime is set to debut in the Fall 2023 season, particularly on October 6, 2023.
Here is the trailer for The Kingdoms of Ruin:
The story of The Kingdoms of Ruin is set in a world where there used to be magic, gifted to mankind by witches to aid them in their endeavors. But as time passes, science becomes more advanced. It’s only when the scientifically modern Gear Expansion is invented that magic and witches begin to disappear from the world.
The hunt for magic and witches reaches its peak thanks to the Redia Kingdom which hunts down witches. One such witch that the Redia Kingdom kills is the beloved master of little Adonis who witnesses the horrifying act and vows vengeance against the mighty Redia Kingdom.
Se reveló que la adaptación animada del manga "Hametsu no Oukoku (The Kingdoms of Ruin)", se estrenará hasta el próximo mes de Octubre. La serie estará a cargo de los estudios Yokohama Animation Lab.#はめつのおうこく #はめつ #hametsu_anime pic.twitter.com/5AXBt2rKrq
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The action fantasy series has a cast of talented voice actors. The protagonist, Adonis, will be played by Kaito Ishikawa who is known for providing his voice for popular characters like Tobio Kageyama from Haikyuu!!, Naofumi Iwatani from The Rising of the Shield Hero, and Sakuta Azusagawa from Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai.
The female lead, Doroka, will be played by Azumi Waki, known for her roles as Maika Sakuranomiya from Blend S and Hinata Tachibana from Tokyo Revengers. Other voice actors include Kishou Taniyama, Satoshi Hina, and Ryouko Shiraishi.
The opening and ending songs for The Kingdoms of Ruin have also been revealed. “Kieru Made” by Hana Hope will be the opening song for the new anime while Who-ya Extended’s “Prayer” will serve as the ending song.