The official website for the upcoming Rumble Garanndoll (Gyakuten Sekai no Denchi Shōjo: Rumble Garanndoll) anime revealed a new visual, promotional video, ending theme song artist, additional staff, and its October 11 premiere date.
Newly announced staff members include Tomohito Hirose (Assassination Classroom) as Garandoll mechanical designer, Yoshihito Nishōji (Assassination Classroom season 2) as assistant director, Yasuhiro Moriki (D.N.Angel) and KntC as prop designers, Daisuke Kato (Astra Lost in Space) as CG director, Kohei Honda (Given) as art director, Midori Iwasawa (Hanebad!) and Nobuhito Sue (Mobile Suit Gundam 00) as art designers, Tarō Kaguchi (Assassination Classroom) as color key artist, Tomoyuki Kunii (Black Clover) as director of photography, Morita Editing Room’s Rie Itō (Given) as editor, Yūsuke Shirato (Lost Song) as music composer, Satoki Iida (Angel Beats!) as sound director, Yuji Furuya (Death Parade) as sound effects coordinator, and Yūji Higa (Given) as animation producer. Lantis is producing the music and Kusanagi is handling the background art. Aina Suzuki performs the ending theme song, “Reverse-Rebirth”
Other staff members include Masaomi Andō (Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun, Astra Lost in Space) as director, Makoto Uezu (Drifting Dragons) as series composer, Akio Watanabe (22/7) as character draft designer, and Keiko Kurosawa (Astra Lost in Space) as character designer. Lerche is in charge of the animation production.
The anime’s cast members include Takuma Terashima as Akatsuki Shinonome, Rina Hidaka as Hayate Makami, Yukiyo Fujii as Musashi Sashigami, Shino Shimoji as Yakumo Kamizuru, Tomokazu Sugita as Balzac Yamada, Aki Toyosaki as Mimi Kagurazaka, Takamitsu Fukuchi as Anjū Munakata, Kenichirō Matsuda as Ukai, Takahiro Mizushima as Megane, Shouta Hayama as Cap, Hayato Kaneko as Pocha, Seiichirō Yamashita as Hosomichi Kudō, Ai Fairouz as Rin Akagi, Aina Suzuki as Yuki Aoba, and Shiori Izawa as Misa Kuroki.
The anime’s premise sees Japan being invaded by an alternate version of the country from another world. This alternate Japan, which has continued the Showa era and is still a militant nation, uses gas and giant humanoid weapons to defeat its normal world counterpart.
Japan becomes a vassal state of its alternate world counterpart after its defeat, and after 10 years, anime, manga, idol, and other similar subcultures seem to have died out as a result of strict censorship. However, a group called Arahabaki battles to preserve these subcultures using weapons called Galandor, which are powered by girls dubbed “Battery Girls.”
Source: Rumble Garanndoll website