Platinum End, the latest anime adaptation from Death Note creative duo Tsuhumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, is heading to Crunchyroll.
As the English version of the Platinum finish As the manga is nearing its final volume, fans of the dark fantasy thriller now have an anime adaptation to look forward to on Crunchyroll.
During the Crunchyroll industry panel at this year’s Comic-Con @ Home, the streaming service announced that it will host the anime adaptation of Platinum finish. Although no official release date has been provided, with Crunchyroll promising more information closer to the series’ TBD debut, the streamer provided a one-minute trailer with English subtitles.
Platinum finish was created by writer Tsugumi Ohba and illustrator Takeshi Obata, whom some readers may recognize from Death Note or Bakuman fame. The series centers on a student named Mirai Kakehashi who is saved by her guardian angel Nasse after attempting suicide. Mirai learns that he is but one of 13 others chosen by different angels as candidates to take on the role of God. And so, with God ready to retire in 99 days, Mirai is reluctant to use the powers Nasse grants him, as he is forced to compete against other candidates willing to do whatever it takes, including killing, to become the one. next God.
Earlier this month, Crunchyroll also released trailers for more new series like Guide, Sakugan Y Tsukimichi among others at this year’s Anime Expo. The streaming service continued to announce the highly anticipated second season of Restaurant to another world 2 and the horror and romance series The night beyond the tricolor window would join their summer and fall lineups.
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