Demon Lord 2099 Reveals Main Cast, Studio Details & Teaser Visual

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© 2023 Daigo Murasaki, Kureta/​KADOKAWA/​DEMON LORD 2099 Committee

During the 2023 Aniplex Online Fest, it was revealed that J.C.STAFF will be handling the animation production for the upcoming Demon Lord 2099 anime series. A new teaser visual and 15-second reveal video for the show were also released by Aniplex. 

The main cast of Demon Lord 2099 is headlined by Satoshi Hino as Veltol and Miku Itou as Machina. 

The original light novel series is written by Daigo Murasaki and illustrated by Kureta. It was first published under Kadokawa’s Fantasia Bunko label on January 20, 2021. Three volumes have been released as of June 2023. The light novels also won the 33rd Fantasia Award’s Alternate Dimension category award. 

The light novels also received two manga adaptations. The first series was illustrated by Kiiro Akashiro and launched online on Kadokawa Shoten’s Shounen Ace Plus website from November 5, 2021 to June 24, 2022. The second adaptation was illustrated by Kan Sakurai and was serialized on the same website on March 22, 2023.

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© 2023 Daigo Murasaki, Kureta/​KADOKAWA/​DEMON LORD 2099 Committee

Yen Press releases the Demon Lord 2099 light novels in English and describes the story as:

​The cyberpunk metropolis Shinjuku—a massive city-state bedecked with neon signs, towering skyscrapers, and the latest cutting-edge technology. It is here, in year 2099 of the Fused Era, where the legendary Demon Lord Veltol has his second coming five centuries in the making. But this landscape is nothing like the one he conquered all those years ago, for the fusion of magic and engineering has elevated civilization to dazzling, unprecedented heights. Veltol may have been reduced to a historical footnote, but make no mistake…this brave new world will be his for the taking!

Source: Demon Lord 2099 Official Anime Twitter

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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