Futoku no Guild Previews Beast Girl Heroine in Character Trailer

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The upcoming Futoku no Guild ecchi fantasy anime has received a character trailer for its beast girl heroine Hitamu Kyan, or Hitamuki. The trailer includes a preview of the ending song “Sugar Sugar Spice” by Minami Kuribayashi.

Futoku no Guild is set to premiere in October in Japan. It is based on the Square Enix-published “hunting erotic comedy” manga by Taichi Kawazoe, which began in 2017 and will release its 10th tankoubon volumes on September 12, 2022. The manga is serialized in Monthly Shonen Gangan and published under the Gangan Comics label.

The story follows Kikuru, a young and highly skilled hunter who spent most of his years training. Now, he wishes to quit his job and make up for his lost youth, but he has to first train a successor. Unfortunately, he finds himself with new guild members who constantly end up in improper situations during quests.

Futoku no Guild‘s staff includes Takuya Asaoka (Redo of Healer) as director, Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Dropkick on My Devil!!!! X) as series composer, Hiraku Kaneko (Valkyrie Drive -Mermaid- director and character designer) as character designer, and noisycroak’s Ryou Shirasawa as music composer. TNK is the animation production company.

Other staff include Satoru Hirayanagi (Fate Grand Order Final Singularity – Grand Temple of Time Solomon co-art director) as art director, Aiko Matsuyama (The Quintessential Quintuplets movie) as color designer, and Takuya Ogata (Kandagawa Jet Girls co-photography director) as photography director.

Meanwhile, the cast includes Katsumi Fukuhara as Kikuru Madan, Karin Isobe as Hitamu Kyan, Ayano Shibuya as Maidena Ange, You Taichi as Tokishikko Dana, Yuna Kamakura as Hanabata Norkins, Saho Shirasu as Noma Rune,  Rumi Ookubo as Enome, and Yuyu Shoji as Esyne.

Source: mediafactory YouTube channel

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