Why Raeliana Ended Up at the Dukes Mansion: The first promotional video and a new key visual for the television anime adaptation of Why Raeliana Ended Up at the Duke’s Mansion (Kanojo ga Kshaku-Tei ni Itta Ray in Japanese) by Milcha and Whale were added to the official website on Saturday. Cast and crew members, the concluding tune, and the April 2023 release date are all revealed in the video.
Junichi Yamamoto directs the animation for Typhoon Graphics (Armor Shop for Ladies & Gentlemen, More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers). The show’s scripts are handled by Mitsutaka Hirota (Bibliophile Princess, The Prince of Tennis II, Rent-A-Girlfriend). Haruna Hashimoto is doing the character designs, and Kio Edamatsu is working on the set design. Kenji Kato is in charge of art direction, and Chieko Hibi is the color key artist. Compositing director of photography Yuzuru Funakoshi. Tetsuya Watanabe oversees the 3D computer graphics department. Ichiro Chain is in charge of editing at the moment.
Yasunori Ebina is directing the audio at Glovision. This score was composed by Keiji Inai (Armor Shop for Ladies & Gentlemen, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, The Misfit of Demon King Academy, The Royal Tutor) and produced by Lantis.
The above video features SERRA’s performance of “Always and Forever,” the closing theme tune.
While celebrating her acceptance to college, Eunha Park is pushed off a roof and awakens as Raeliana McMillan, a fictional heroine whose untimely demise sets the story’s events in motion. But Raeliana refuses to die a second time and is determined to reverse her fate, no matter what!
American musician and composer Adam Taylor. Famous for his work on the scores of movies and TV shows, including “The Handmaid’s Tale” (2017-present), “Before I Fall,” “I Think We’re Alone Now,” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (2018–present).
Taylor, a native of Long Beach, California, started playing guitar at age 15 and performed in bands while still in high school and college.
The film director and screenwriter Eliot Rausch was inspired by the music he heard him compose for church prayer gatherings.
Taylor contributed to the August: Osage County (composed by Gustavo Santaolalla) soundtrack before receiving credit for his first full soundtrack, Meadowland, which they worked on together on several short films (2015). The Handmaid’s Tale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are two of his recent television composition credits.
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He attended a vocal school for future voice actors before he even got into the industry. For roughly two years before his debut and signing with his present agency, he trained at AMG (Amusement Media Gakuin).
The actor studied at a traditional university before realising that he enjoyed acting and decided to pursue a career in voiceover. Even though he enjoyed acting, he hated performing in front of an audience, so he opted to pursue a career in voice acting instead.
Before Toki finished college, he had always dreamed of a career as a voice actor. Ever since he was a kid, he looked up to voice actors because he valued their work so much in the media he loved—anime, comics, and video games.
Toki’s father was an early impact on him as a musician because of the family’s shared passion for music. Toki first discovered his passion for singing and music when his father took him to a bar where he could perform. At the time, he was a young boy. Toki’s early exposure to the English language can be attributed to his exposure to music from all over the world, as well as the fact that his father played a lot of foreign artists. Toki’s September 2020 mini-album, True Gazer, reflects some of these influences.
This EP was influenced by the sounds of the ’60s and ’70s, and it features several songs with a throwback vibe; it also served as the impetus for his 2021 True Gazer Reading Live show. He performed as a character with the ability to travel back in time to when his parents were young adults, and at certain points throughout the show, he sang songs from his mini-album that matched the mood of the occasion.
Toki has never been a fan of public speaking, but he has proven time and time again during his career that he is an excellent communicator, which has earned him the position of master of ceremonies at a number of occasions. Toki used to be a bit awkward looking at events, especially while he was singing, but now he is a wonderful performer who is still eager to develop.
The Animage Anime Grand Prix named him the year’s top voice actor, and the 1st Seiyu Awards named him 2007’s Best Supporting Character (male) for his work as Saki Abdusha in You’re Under Arrest, Makoto Kurumizawa in BOYS BE, Setsuna Aoki in Sakura Wars, and Athrun Zala in Gundam SEED & Gundam Seed Destiny. The roles of Cho Hakkai in Saiyuki, Katsura Kotarou in Gin Tama, and Gaara in Naruto have brought him the most fame.
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