Detailed Trailer Unveils Release Date for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction Anime in March 2024

Detailed Trailer Unveils Release Date for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction Anime in March 2024

Get ready for an epic two-part anime film adaptation of Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction! Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated release on March 22 and April 19, 2024 Experience the thrilling story with a talented cast and creative staff Don't miss out!

The anime Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction announced the upcoming release of a two-part film on March 22, 2024, and April 19, 2024. The release dates for the two parts were shared in a recent trailer posted by official sources on X (formerly Twitter) at 8 am JST.

Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction is a manga series created by Inio Asano. The manga originally appeared in Big Comic Spirits, a seinen magazine published by Shogakukan. It first debuted in 2014 and concluded in 2022 after running for 12 volumes.

Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction new trailer, release dates, cast, and staff

Trailer and release dates

The teaser for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction opens with a glimpse of the two protagonists - Kadode Koyama and Ouran Nakagawa. The pair of high school girls appear engrossed in dialogue as they stand on the rooftop, gazing into the distance. Shortly after, the teaser transitions to a scene featuring a colossal spaceship looming above them.

Detailed Trailer Unveils Release Date for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction Anime in March 2024

A translated English version of the official announcement can be seen in the screenshot (Screengrab via X/@dedededeanime).

Following the announcement, the trailer proceeded to show several B-roll scenes from the movie, depicting a dystopian setting. The environment appeared to be abandoned, with the soundtrack intensifying the mood of unease and anticipation. Finally, a massive explosion occurred, bringing an abrupt end to the trailer.

Main cast

Towards the conclusion, the release dates for the two-part movie were unveiled. The first part is set to premiere on March 22, 2024, followed by the debut of the second part on April 19, 2024.

Lilas Ikuta has been cast as the lead role, Kadode Koyama, in the upcoming adaptation. She is widely known as a member of the successful Japanese duo YOASOBI. Ano (Shimizu Ayano), a well-known Japanese singer and model, will lend her voice to the character Ouran Nakagawa. The rest of the cast for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction includes:

Kiho Kurihara - Atsumi Tanezaki

Futaba Takemoto - Azumi Waki

Hiroshi Nakagawa - Junichi Suwabe

Nobuo Koyama - Kenjiro Tsuda

Kenichi Kohiruimaki - Kouki Uchiyama

Keita Ōba - Miyu Irino

Ai Demoto - Miyuri Shimabukuro

Makoto Tainuma - Ryoko Shiraishi

Rin Hirama - Saeko Ooki

Naoki Watarase - Taito Ban

Main Staff

Detailed Trailer Unveils Release Date for Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction Anime in March 2024

A still from the latest trailer (Image via Production +h)

The main staff responsible for the production of the two-part film is as follows:

Director - Tomoyuki Kurokawa

Series Composition - Reiko Yoshida

Screenplay - Reiko Yoshida

Music - Taro Umebayashi

Original creator - Inio Asano

Character Design - Nobutake Ito

Chief Animation Director - Nobutake Ito

Masayuki Kurosawa will be editing the upcoming production of Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction by +h animation studio. Despite being a relatively new studio with few projects in its portfolio, they have produced outstanding work in the past, such as Space Camper Chicchi and The Orbital Children.

Stay tuned for more anime and manga news as 2023 progresses.

Editor's P/S

As a hard fan of Inio Asano's manga series, "Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction," I am thrilled about the upcoming two-part anime film adaptation. The release dates, March 22 and April 19, 2024, have me eagerly counting down the days. The detailed trailer unveiled recently has only heightened my anticipation.

The trailer offers a glimpse into the dystopian world of the story, with its abandoned environments and colossal spaceships looming overhead. The sense of unease and anticipation created by the soundtrack adds to the intrigue. The casting choices for the main characters, Kadode Koyama and Ouran Nakagawa, seem spot-on, with Lilas Ikuta and Ano bringing their talents to the roles. The rest of the cast is equally impressive, and I can't wait to see how they bring Asano's characters to life.

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