Collar x Malice: Deep Cover Movie Releases Main Trailer


The upcoming two-part Collar x Malice -deep cover- anime movie now has a main trailer, providing a longer look at the adaptation of the Collar x Malice game.

A teaser visual and key visual were released last month.

Part 1 of Collar x Malice -deep cover- will premiere on May 26 in Japan while Part 2 will begin screening on June 23. 

The Collar x Malice game was released for PlayStation Vita in 2016 and for Nintendo Switch in 2020. Aksys Games, the publisher of Collar x Malice‘s localized Switch version, describes the plot as:

As a young police officer, you must save a city under siege! A terrorist organization’s brutal attack has left you fitted with a deadly souvenir – a poisonous collar that could end your life at any moment. With time running out, five strangers offer their help – but which of them can you trust? Will you be able to save your own neck, and the lives of those around you, or will this case end in disaster?

The movie is directed by Hiroshi Watanabe (Xuan Yuan Sword Luminary) with Sayaka Harada (Noblesse series composer) as script composer and Yukiko Ban (Yowamushi Pedal: Limit Break) as character designer. Other staff include Masakazu Miyake (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation) as art director, Imari Katsuragi (Sorcerous Stabber Orphen -Chaos in Urbanrama-) as color designer, and Masaru Yokoyama (Tsurune: The Linking Shot) as music composer. Studio Deen is the animation production company.

Meanwhile, the cast includes:

 Kaede Hondo as Ichika Hoshino (unvoiced in the game)
• Katsuyuki Konishi as Mitsuru Sowa (anime-original character)
• Masakazu Morita as Aiji Yanagi (returning from game)
• Yuuki Kaji as Kei Okazaki (returning from game)
• Souma Saitou as Mineo Enomoto (returning from game)
• Daisuke Namikawa as Takeru Sasazuka (returning from game)
• Ryouhei Kimura as Kageyuki Shiraishi (returning from game)

Source: @C_M_movie

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