The singers are in good spirits in Phantom of the Idol TV Anime Trailer PV

The music business can be a scary business, and now a trailer, key new visual, main staff and additional cast members have all been revealed for idol ghost (known as Idol Kami-kuzu in Japan), an upcoming television anime based on Hijiki Isoflavone’s supernatural comic manga about a demotivated male idol whose career takes a drastic turn when he encounters the ghost of an energetic idol.

The main staff of idol ghost understand :

  • Original Art: Hijiki Isoflavone (serialized in Ichijinsha’s ZERO-SUM monthly comic)
  • Director: Daisei Fukuoka
  • Composition of the series, screenplay: Yasuko Aoki
  • Character design: Saori Hosoda
  • Music: myu
  • Animation Production: Studio Gokumi

The new additions to the cast for idol ghost include:

  • Eri Kitamura as Hitomi Shinano.
  • Hitomi Ueda as Kasenjiki.
  • Yo Taichi like Tsugiko.
  • Manaka Iwami as Shigutarō.
  • Sei Ôhama as Narrator.
  • and others.

A English language version from idol ghost manga is in development by Kodansha Comics, which describes the story of the series as follows:

Yuya, one half of male pop duo ZINGS, is perhaps the laziest performer in the Japanese music industry. His partner gives 110% every night, but Yuya’s sloppy dancing and downright hostile attitude towards the public makes fans hate him and his agent looks for an excuse to let him go. The career of a pop idol just isn’t the easy leisure path Yuya expected…

After a particularly lackluster concert appearance, Yuya meets a girl backstage. All she expects from life is to perform. There’s just one problem: she’s been dead for a year.

A new key visual for Phantom of the Idol TV's upcoming anime, featuring male idol duo ZINGS (consisting of Yuya Niyodo and Kazuki Yoshino) performing on stage while Asahi Mogami's ghost hovers nearby and encourage them.

the idol ghost The television anime is scheduled to air in Japan during the 2022 summer season.

Source: comedic Natalie

Copyright Notice: © Hijiki Isoflavone ・ Ichijinsha / Idol Ghost Production Committee

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