Frontier works ‘PROJECT SCARD’ TV anime to Premiere in January


Frontier works, franchise ‘PROJECT SCARD‘ has developed drama character songs and CDs and web programs. The program hosted by its voice actor since November 2019. Project Scard has confirmed that a TV amine from the franchise is set to premiere.


PROJECT SCARD: Praeter no Kizu is all set to premiere

The TV anime is all set to premiere on MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS “Animism” programming in January 2021. The franchise is set in Tokyo, a special planned economic zone created by the government. The sequel story of five-volume drama CDs released from March to August 2020.


Shingo Suzuki serves as a director on a script by Tamazou Yanagi. GoHands work on the production of anime, GOON TRAX, and Conisch provides the soundtrack music. The official handle of Franchise worker has released a new key visual and a promotional video on Saturday.

GoHands is known for animating the series while both frontier works are credited with the original work. GoHands is known to animate the K Project animated series in 2012 with Shingo Suzuki who directed and animated the series character both of which return for this a new anime series.

Helios, Artemis, and the Public Safety Bureau – Who all employ agents known as “Scard.”They are marked with divine tattoos that will grant the power to turn away any bullet or blade, making them invulnerable.

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Yui Kuroe previously drew four series for GoHands Franchise is launching a manga titled Project Scard; Kemono-taichi no Seigi in Kodansha’s Shonen Magazine Edge on September 17.

The Cast of the Anime are:

Eiji Arashiba: Atsushi Kousaka

Kazuma Arashiba: Shouya Chiba

Kagami Sakishima: Junya Enoki

Ran Washimine: Takeaki Masuyama

Jin Karasue: Shou Nogami

Kouga Tatsuma: Taku Yashiro

Itsuki Torataka: Tasuku Hatanaka

Yamato Kai: Arthur Lounsbery

Hokuto Kurama: Katsumi Fukuhara

Hraesvelgr: Kenjirou Tsuda

Morrigan: Youji Ueda


Director, Character Design: Shingo Suzuki

Script: Tamazo Yanagi

Chief Animation Director: Makoto Furuta, Keiji Tani

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