“Qualidea Code” Anime Adds Support Cast

Summer’s anime for supernatural-action cross-media series Qualidea Code has recently announced that Sora Amamiya (Monster Musume’s Miia), Hiroaki Hirata (Tiger and Bunny‘s Kotetsu T. Kaburagi) and Mamiko Noto (Fairy Tail Zero’s Mavis Vermillion) have joined series as support cast Seiki Yaegaki, Kyūtoku Asanagi and Kyūtoku Asanagi. 

 

The series starts July 9th.

 

 

Previously announced principal cast includes:

 Kanagawa Camp:

 Maihime Tenkawa: Aoi Yuuki (Madoka Kaname in Puella Magi Madoka Magica)

 Hotaru Rindo: Ayaka Fukuhara (Rin Shibuya in The Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls)

 Tokyo Camp:

 Ichiya Suzaku: Souma Saito (Tastumi in Akame ga KILL!)

 Canaria Utara: Yui Ishikaya (Mikasa Ackerman in Attack on Titan)

 Chiba Camp:

 Kasumi Chigusa: Yuuma Uchida (Ein Dalton in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans)

 Asuha Chigusa: Chika Anzai (Chaika Trabant in Chaika – The Coffin Princess)

 

Main Staff:

 

 Original Story: Speakeasy (Sou Sagara, Koushi Tachibana, Wataru Watari)/Marvelous

 Director: Kenichi Kawamura (SoniAni: Super Sonico The Animation)

 Scripts: Speakeasy

 Original Character Design: MatsuRyu

 Anime Character Design: Hisayuki Tabata (YuyushikiFate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works])

 Music: Taku Iwasaki (Gatchaman CrowdsNoragami)

 Anime Production: A-1 Pictures

 Production: Qualidea Code Production Committee


The opening will be “Brave Freak Out” by LiSA while ending are “Gravity” by ClariS and “Yakusoku -Promise Code-”  by GARNiDELiA

 

The original story for the TV anime is created by the three-member unit Speakeasy, consisting of three famous Japanese light novel authors: Sou Sagara (The “Hentai” Prince and the Stony Cat.), Koushi Tachibana (Date A Live), and Wataru Watari (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU), for Marvelous. The project has already included Sagara’s light novel Sonna Sekai wa Kowashiteshimae -Qualidea Code-, Tachibana’s Itsuka Sekai wo Sukuu Tameni -Qualidea Code-, and Sagara and Watanabe’s Kuzu to Kinka no Qualidea.  

 

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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain’t It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.