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Dungeon People Anime Reveals New Video, Theme Songs

Dungeon People Anime Reveals New Video, Theme SongsDungeon People, the anime adaptation of Sui Hutami’s manga, is on the way. Set for July 5, the anime has just dropped a new promo video that shows off its opening and ending themes. We’ve also got a new piece of key art and some cast additions.

The opening theme is “Micro Revolution” by TrySail, and the ending theme is “Blueprint” by Akari Nanawo.

The new cast members are Wataru Kato as Fen, Yuki Sakakihara as Ratta and Akio Otsuka as Brans. Previously announced members include Sayaka Senbongi as Clay, Sayumi Suzushiro as Belle, Naomi Kusumi as Rangado, Nobuo Tobita as the Old Master, Hochu Ohtsuka as Renfringe, and M.A.O as Furin.

Last week we learned that HIDIVE has licensed the series and will be screening its first episode at AX.

The original manga by Sui Hutami is being published in America by Seven Seas Entertainment. The publisher gave this description for the plot:

Clay was trained by her father to be an expert member of the thieves’ guild. Since her father disappeared three years ago, she’s been using her skills to search for him in a dungeon filled with goblins, a Minotaur, and all manner of other dangerous creatures. When Clay reaches deeper than anyone ever has before, she meets the caretaker of the dungeon. To her surprise, Clay is invited to join the staff! And thus begins Clay’s new job–to learn the inner workings and behind-the-scenes secrets of the dungeon from the inside.

Source: Comic Natalie

Matt Schley

Matt Schley (rhymes with "guy") lives in Tokyo, and has been OUSA's "man in Japan" since 2012. He's also written about anime and Japanese film for the Japan Times, Screen Daily and more.