The latest collection from the creators of Death Note is coming to Crunchyroll. Platinum End’s upcoming anime adaptation will stream on Crunchyroll within the west when it’s launched this fall, the streaming service introduced throughout its 2021 San-Diego Comic Con panel on Friday.
To have fun the announcement, Crunchyroll launched a brand new model of the anime’s trailer full with English subtitles that successfully clarify your entire collection’ plot. Platinum End follows the story of Mirai Kakehashi, a younger scholar who makes an attempt to kill himself however is saved by Nasse, a guardian angel. Nasse explains that Mirai has been chosen as considered one of 13 contestants to exchange God, who will retire in 999 days. While Mirai doesn’t need to take part, a few of the different contests will cease at nothing of their pursuit of changing into the universe’s strongest pressure.
Platinum End was initially a manga collection written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, the inventive crew behind the unique Death Note manga. Platinum End was first launched in November 2015 and ran in Jump Square journal till January 2021. The new anime collection is being animated by Signal.MD, the studio behind FLCL: Progressive.
Platinum End will debut on Crunchyroll someday this fall with episodes airing weekly all through the 24-episode first season.