'Spriggan' releases main PV for Netflix worldwide premiere in June 2022
The extensive cast for Spriggan is introduced, with the latest being Lieutenant-Colonel Maria Clemente (CV: Saori Hayami).
By: Nicole S. Castro on May 27, 2022 at 10:52 PHT
The main PV for sci-fi original net animation (ONA) Spriggan has been released.
The anime will premiere on Netflix worldwide on June 18, 2022. It is slated for six episodes lasting 45 minutes each. The show is animated by David Production.
Spriggan takes place in the last years of the Cold War where mysterious and unknown objects called out-of-place artifacts (OOPArt) are discovered in various parts of the world, leading to a secret war between various forces against the ARCAM Corporation, an organization that placed itself as the guardians of the OOPArts in order to prevent them from being used as weapons.
The main PV introduces the story as well as the cast. The latest character to be revealed is Lieutenant-Colonel Maria Clemente from the British Military. She is voiced by Saori Hayami.
The opening theme song featured in the PV is Seeking the Truth feat. YAHZARAH, composed by Taisei Iwasaki. The ending theme song is Ancient Creations feat. Shing02, also composed by Iwasaki.
Yu Ominae (CV: Chiaki Kobayashi)
Jean Jacquemonde (CV: Yōhei Azakami)
Director Yamamoto (CV: Kenji Hamada)
Yoshino Somei (CV: Mariya Ise)
Iwao Akatsuki (CV: Yoshimasa Hosoya)
Larry Markson (CV: Ryota Takeuchi)
Steve H. Foster (CV: Akio Otsuka)
Mirage (CV: Takehito Koyasu)
Rie Yamabishi (CV: Mitsuho Kambe)
Bowman (CV: Takayuki Sugo)
Koichi Moroha (CV: Ken Narita)
Colonel McDougal (CV: Ayumu Murase)
Spriggan is a sci-fi manga series written by Hiroshi Takashige and illustrated by Ryōji Minagawa. It was serialized in Shogakukan's shōnen manga magazines Weekly Shōnen Sunday and Shōnen Sunday Zōkan from 1989 to 1996. In North America, the manga was first licensed by Viz Media, under the title Striker. The manga has been licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment, with its original title, in 2022.
Spriggan was first adapted into an anime film by Studio 4°C in 1998. A PlayStation game in 1999 called Spriggan: Lunar Verse was also based on the manga with some material created for the game.
Original work: Hiroshi Takashige and Ryōji Minagawa's "Spriggan" (serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shounen Sunday)
Director: Hiroshi Kobayashi
Assistant director: Shohei Miyake
Series composition/Script: Hiroshi Seko
Character design/Chief animation director: Shuhei Handa
Sub-character design/Chief animation director: Nao Naitou
Production design: JNTHED
Art director: Yuji Kaneko
Color setting: Osamu Mikasa, Azusa Sasaki
CG director: Norihito Ishii
Cinematographers: Yousuke Motoki, Nobuyuki Murakami, Ryo Kujirai
Editor: Akinori Mishima
Music: Taisei Iwasaki
Sound director: Yukio Nagasaki
Mixer: Yoshio Ohara
Sound effects: Hiromune Kurahashi, Yuika Shiraishi
Sound production: Dax Productions
Music production: Avex Pictures
Production: david production
Produced by: Spriggan Project
Source: Spriggan official Twitter, official website, Comic Natalie