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Hell’s Paradise Anime Reveals Premiere Date in New Trailer

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Back in December we learned that the Hell’s Paradise anime will premiere this April, and now that date has been narrowed down further. According to a newly revealed trailer, the series adapting the hit manga by Yuji Kaku is set to debut on April 1 in Japan, and you can check out more footage along with a sample of the opening theme song, Ringo Sheena and millennium parade’s “WORK,” in the video below.

As previously reported, Kaori Makita (Twittering Birds Never Fly – The Clouds Gather) is directing this one, with Kazuaki Kaneda (The God of High School) on series composition, Akitsugu Hisaki on character designs and Yoshiaki Dewa on music for MAPPA. 

Crunchyroll will stream the series as it airs in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia and New Zealand with Netflix streaming the series in the rest of APAC other than Japan and China.


The Edo period is nearing its end. Gabimaru, a shinobi formerly known as the strongest in Iwagakure who is now a death row convict, is told that he will be acquitted and set free if he can bring back the Elixir of Life from an island that is rumored to be the Buddhist pure land Sukhavati. In hopes of reuniting with his beloved wife, Gabimaru heads to the island along with the executioner Yamada Asaemon Sagiri. Upon arriving there, they encounter other death row convicts in search of the Elixir of Life… as well as a host of unknown creatures, eerie manmade statues, and the hermits who rule the island. Can Gabimaru find the Elixir of Life on this mysterious island and make it back home alive?

Via Crunchyroll News