Cells At Work Code Black Release Date: A new full promotional video was released on Sunday. It just showed us what is really at stake. The trailer showed us the darker theme the show will have. You can expect blood on a regular basis and some dark truth about your body as well. Now, let’s look at all the things we know about the upcoming movie.
Cells At Work: Code Black Full Preview
Unlike the first season, the spin-off will focus on a body that is much less taken care of and is in a really bad condition. You can read the official synopsis by Aniplex US to get the more gist of the story. The host of the body doesn’t take care of the body and drinks and smoke on a regular basis, and the body is overstressed and the body deprived of sleep. All of this was discovered by a rookie blood cell that was making oxygen deliveries all around the body. These cells have to work overtime and with all their power to keep the body in shape. They have to fight against various viruses that can ruin the body.
After all, this is a war in which “these cells risk their lives to fight back against the never-ending despair”. In this series, you will see these cells work desperately to keep the body alive. If you have read the manga you will know that unless they censor a lot of stuff, some things that they will show will not be PG. These cells will work at R-rated parts of the body. It looks like the main cast’s genders are reversed or it might be that the main body’s own gender is reversed. We don’t know for sure what the gender is in the regular Cells at Work manga but it will be interesting to see.
Cells At Work: Code Black Release Date
Cells At Work: Code Black is all set to release in January 2021 in Japan. Interestingly the second season of Cells At Work will release in the same time window. So it might be Cells At Work in the day and Code Black at night. But it will be interesting to see how well they manage the schedule. The official release date is yet to be revealed, so keep an eye here as we will update you as soon as we get some information regarding the release date.
Cells At Work: Code Black Cast and Characters
Junya Enoki will paly the Red Blood Cell, Yoko Hikasa will be the White Blood Cell and Kenjiro Tsuda will be the narrator in the series. More cast will be revealed along the way and we will update you.
The newly announced cast members are:-
- Kenn Voiced By Red Blood Cell
- Lynn Voiced By White Bood Cell (Neutrophilic)
- Yumi Uchiyama Voiced By White Bood Cell (Neutrophilic)
- Takashi Narumi Voiced By Gastric Chief Cell
- Yurika Kubo Voiced By Platelet
The series will be directed by Hideyo Yamamoto with Yugo Kanno in charge of the music and character design will be handled by Eiji Abiko. The series will be produced by LIDEN FILMS, so it shows that David Production will only handle the main series. Which really tells us about the releasing schedule of both of the series. Many new staff members were also announced which included Ryoshi Tanaka as Sound Director, Yugo Kanno as in charge of the music, Mai Hasegawa as Editor. Many more new staff members were also introduced and you can read the full list at the official site of the anime.
Cells At Work: Code Black Preview
A new full promotional video was released on the official twitter account of Cells At Work: Code Black.
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