Metallic Rouge’s 3rd Teaser Has More Android Action

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Metallic Rouge, the upcoming Bones original with a tokusatsu take on androids, has received its third teaser trailer.

The new preview comes with more high-octane action, but there are also new glimpses of the Metallic Rouge‘s side characters and sci-fi setting. Some cuts show android heroine Rouge Redstar descending with several others by elevator into what appears to be a gloomy settlement situated in a canyon.

There’s also new staff details, including:

• Special ability director: Yasushi Muraki (Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution and Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution: Anemone)
• Gladiator designer: Takayuki Takeya (Noein: To Your Other Self objet designer)
• Gladiator designer: Tamotsu Shinohara (Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans co-mecha designer)
• Mechanical designer: Hirao Tomoyuki (Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time co-mechanical designer)
• Set designer: Shingo Takeba (Kurau: Phantom Memory)
• Costume design assistant: Akihiro Yamada (Rahxephon character designer)
• Art director: Takuya Ebisawa (The Price of Smiles)
• Color designer: Hiroko Umezaki (To Your Eternity Season 2)
• Compositing director: Ikegami Masataka (SK8 the Infinity)
• Culture research: Katsuie Shibata 
• Sound director: Haru Yamada (The Aquatope on White Sand)

Metallic Rouge is set to premiere in Japan in January 2024. The Bones 25th anniversary project follows Rouge (Yume Miyamoto) and her human partner Naomi Orthmann (Tomoyo Kurosawa) as they hunt for nine anti-government androids on Mars. 


Staff

• Director: Motonobu Hori (Super CrooksCarole and Tuesday)
• Character designer: Toshihiro Kawamoto (Noragami and Blood Blockade Battlefront
• Music composer:  Taisei Iwasaki (Blood Blockade Battlefront) as music composer
• Series composer and chief supervisor: Yutaka Izubuchi (Space Battleship Yamato 2199 chief director, Rahxephon creator)


Source: @MetallicRouge

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years starting from his college days. Now, he primarily focuses on anime-related content, although he also writes about games, light novels, manga, and VTubers sometimes. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences.
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