Insomniacs After School Anime Unveils New Trailer & Additional Voice Cast

Insomniacs After School Anime Unveils New Trailer & Additional Voice Cast

January 4, 2023

The official website of the upcoming Insomniacs After School anime dropped its second trailer on Jan 4, 2023. The trailer reveals more characters as well as the moment where the protagonists meet for the first time.

A new key visual was also revealed along with the trailer. The visual features Ganta and Isaki, with the words “what are you doing now?”

Newly announced voice cast includes:

Haruka Tomatsu as Yui Shiromaru

Yui Shiromaru

Seiichiro Yamashita as Taho Ukegawa

Taho Ukegawa

Lynn as Motoko Kanikawa

Motoko Kanikawa

Natsumi Fujiwara as Kanami Anamizu

Kanami Anamizu

Sumire Morohoshi as Mina Nono

Mina Nono

Mamiko Noto as Usako Kurashiki

Kurashiki Sensei

Sho Kano as Rui Haida

Rui Haida

Insomniacs After School anime will start airing on April 2023 in Japan on Tokyo TV and other channels.

It was previously revealed that Gen Sato and Konomi Tamura will voice the main characters Ganta and Isaki respectively.

Insomniacs After School is being directed by Yuki Ikeda at studio LIDEN FILMS, with series composition by Rintaro Ikeda, character designs by Hiroaki Fukuda, and music by Yuki Hayashi.

It was also confirmed that the live-action adaptation of the manga will also premiere in April 2023.

The franchise has also teamed up with “81st Nanao Port Festival” to be held on July 17, in Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture where the newly drawn collaboration visuals and leaflets were distributed.

Kimi wa Hōkago Insomnia is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Ojiro. It has been serialized in Shogakukan’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Big Comic Spirits since May 2019.

Shogakukan collected its chapters into individual tankōbon volumes. The first volume was released on September 12, 2019. As of January 12, 2022, eight volumes have been released. In France, the manga has been licensed by Soleil Manga

The Japanese band Macaroni Enpitsu released a music video for their single “Enshin” (“Centrifuge”), which featured art from the manga, on November 21, 2019.

MAL describes the plot as:

Two sleepless teenagers find kinship as they escape to their school’s astronomy observatory.

Unable to sleep at night, Ganta Nakami is cranky in class and unpopular with his classmates. He discovers that the school observatory, once used by the now-defunct astronomy club, may be the perfect place for a nap—but he’s not alone. Fellow insomniac Isaki Magari is willing to share the observatory with Nakami, and a friendship between the two begins as they bond over the most unlikely of things.

Dark rumors about what befell the members of the astronomy club keep people away from the school observatory, and that’s what makes it the perfect sanctuary for Nakami and Magari to get some much-needed rest. Unfortunately, the school faculty can’t allow its unsanctioned use. But if there were a new astronomy club, maybe these two insomniacs could have a place to call home!

Source: Official Website

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