“Kaijin Kaihatsubu no Kuroitsu-san” Receives New Key Visual, January 2022 Premiere

The official website of the anime adaptation of manga Kaijin Kaihatsubu no Kuroitsu-san has revealed a new promotional image.

Along with this, it has been revealed to the first two members of the main cast, part of the staff, and that the series will premiere on January 8th next year.

Kaori Maeda will do the voice of Touka Kuroitsu while Satomi Amano will do the voice of Wolf Bate. The said anime will be animated by Studio Quad under the director Hisashi Saitou who also directs some of the well known ecchi anime such as Sora no Otoshimono, Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai, Shinmai Maou no Testament, etc. The opening theme will be entitled “Special Force” by male idol group AXXX1S.

Synopsis:
Touka Kuroizu is a research assistant who belongs to the Monster Development Department of the evil organization Agastia. However, the enemy she has to fight right now isn’t the heroes of justice, but her boss.

So long justice exists, evil too, will exist. This is the story of those who fight secretly in the shadows of justice and evil’s confrontation

Synopsis taken from myAnimeList

Kaijin Kaihatsubu no Kuroitsu-san (“Kuroitsu-san in the Superhuman Research & Development Department”) is a Japanese comedy manga series written and illustrated by Hiroaki Mizusaki. It has been serialized online via Flex Comix’s Comic Meteor website since April 2019 and has been collected in two tankōbon volumes.

An anime television series adaptation by Quad is set to premiere in January 2022 on ABC and TV Asahi’s ANiMAZiNG!!! programming block.

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