Cells at Work! Code Black, also known as Hataraku Saibo is one of the most informative anime with high quality animations (We all agree, don’t we). Well, we have a good news for you. Firstly, I would like to break it to you that we are as much as excited as you are!
Can I dare to ask (humor)how prepared are you? Well, get geared up for a treat! The anime adaptation of the famous spin off manga: Cells at Work! Code Black (japanese: Hataraku Saibō! Black) by Shigemitsu Harada and Issei Hatsuyoshiya’s is ready to take it on screen.
Cells at Work! Code Black: What’s Happening?
It is said that he anime production is undertaken by LIDEN Films, with Hideyo Yamamoto taking the front seat as the director of the anime adaptation; the man whose famous for his contributions in many famous anime like Eureka, Bleach, Attack on Titan, Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works (movie), etc. We will also witness the brilliance of famous screenwriter and actor Hayashi Mori, who has taken charge of the series composition and script writing.
To add, Eiji Abiko, the animation director of many famous series, is designing the characters and last, but not the least, Yugo Kanno whose soulful voice left us with goosebumps in Psycho-Pass, Wolf’s Rain, and Aquarian EVOL is set to compose music for the series.
Cells at Work! Code Black Cast
Get excited; the spin-off manga is under supervision of Akane Shizimu, the original author of the series, whose brilliant mind made record in 2018 with his production: Cells at Work! we know that the series acquired worldwide popularity for its educational content The upcoming anime adaptation looks quiet promising! the following leading casts made the highlight in Kondasha’s Morning magazine and diclosed their characters:
- Junyo Enoki will be playing RBC (Erythrocite)
- Yoko Hisaka will be seen as WBC (Neutrophil)
- Kenjiro Tsuda is going to pour some magic in the series, with his narration.
Furthermore, the anime will premier on screen by January 2021. The same time when the anime adaptation of Cells at Work!! (difference: double exclamation mark) another adaptation of Akane Shizimu’s original series Cell at Work! (single exclamation mark) is also expected to be aired in January 2021. The report says that the two series, Cells at Work! Code Black and Cells at Work!! have completely different cast and staff, meaning that the two producers will be in tough competition for ratings and rankings. Watch the trailer here.
To add, the last volume of the manga Cells at Work! Code Black will be available for the readers on the 23rd of April, 2020. It is predicted that the last volume of the anime will further excite the fans who are eagerly waiting for the anime adaptation of the manga.
News From the Theatres:
To sum it up, we think its fair to mention that the anime adaptation of the series is in full swing, Aniplex is also keen to release a theatrical anime on 05th September 2020. The theatrical anime edition will be based on the fifth volume of the manga Cells at Work! Code Black. The company has announced that the theatrical anime edition will be available for the audience in theatres before it becomes the part of the TV series in January 2020.
Do You Know?
The first anime adaptation of the series Cells at Work! (the original) was out for screening in July 2018. Whereas, Aniplex of America launched a Blu-ray disc with an English dub in August 2019, and transmitted the series on Funimation and Crunchyroll in February, 2019. To conclude, the series has gained phenomenal popularity for its medical accuracy through which it became one of the most recommended educational-entertainment series.
We Have Our Fingers Crossed 🙂
The anime will premier on screen by January 2021. The same time when the anime adaptation of Cells at Work!! (difference: double exclamation mark) another adaptation of Akane Shizimu’s original series Cell at Work! (single exclamation mark) is also expected to be aired in January 2021. The report says that the two series, Cells at Work! Code Black and Cells at Work!! have completely different cast and staff, meaning that the two producers will be in tough competition for ratings and rankings
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