On the official Twitter account for the original Trigger studios anime, SSSS.Dynazenon, it was announced that Japanese singer Masayoshi Ooishi will be in charge of performing the project’s opening theme song, with the single titled “Imperfect.”
The series has its premiere scheduled for next April and is confirmed with a total of twelve volumes. The project is a spiritual sequel to the original SSSS.Gridman anime. Furthermore, Masayoshi Ooishi has performed musical themes for the entire Overlord animated franchise, Monster Strike The Animation series, Tada-kun wa Koi wo Shinai, Cop Craft, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun, among many others.
Cast of voices
Daiki Hamano as Gauma.
Junya Enoki as Yomogi Asanaka.
Shion Wakayama as Yume Minami.
Yuuichirou Umehara as Koyomi Yamanaka.
Chika Anzai as Chise Asukagawa.
Hiroshi Kamiya as Jyuga.
Yuma Uchida as Onijya.
Ayaka Suwa as Mujina.
Koki Uchiyama as Shizumu.
Mariya Ise as Inamoto-san.
Azusa Tadokoro as Mei.
Jin Ogasawara as Awaki.
Gakuto Kajiwara as Nazumi.
Rio Tsuchiya as Ranka.
Hikaru Tono as Kaneishi.
Akira Amemiya (Inferno Cop, Kill la Kill, SSSS.Gridman) is directing the anime at Trigger Studios.
Keichi Hasegawa (Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis, SSSS.Gridman, Zoids) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
Masaru Sakamoto (SSSS.Gridman) is in charge of character design.
Shirou Sagisu (Berserk, Bleach, Neon Genesis Evangelion, SSSS.Gridman) is in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.
Masayoshi Ooishi performs the opening song titled “Imperfect”, while Maaya Uchida performs the closing song titled “Strobe Memory”.
This series is a spiritual sequel to the original SSSS.Gridman anime, which is based on a tokusatsu series (name that refers to any Japanese live-action series that makes absurd use of special effects) aired between 1993 and 1994. The series was produced by a collaboration between Tsuburaya Productions and Trigger Studios.
The series premiered in October 2018 and featured twelve episodes produced under the direction of Akira Amemiya and scripts written by Keiichi Hasegawa, and has inspired a host of adaptations to plays and manga.