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Funimation Streams The ‘Code:Realize -Guardian of Rebirth-‘ Anime Ending Sequence

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Funimation brought out a simuldub of the fall 2017 season series Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth –  and now they’re setting some home video side for it. With the bulk of the November slate of titles announced way back at Otakon, this series is set for a complete DVD/BD collection that’s going to land on November 13th, 2018. With that still a few weeks off, Funimation has brought out the ending sequence to check out and intrigue viewers with as it features the song “twinkle” by Saori Hayami. The series is priced at $64.98 and will include the promos, commercials, a music clip, and the clean opening sequences.

The series was directed by Hideyo Yamamoto based on the series composition by Sayaka Harada. Aya Nakanishi worked on the character design adaptations with Akiharu Ishii as the chief animation director with M.S.C. producing the animation.

The Japanese cast includes Saori Hayami as Cardia, Tomoaki Maeno as Arsène Lupin, Junichi Suwabe as Abraham Van Helsing, Tetsuya Kakihara as Victor Frankenstein, Showtaro Morikubo as Impey Barbicane, Daisuke Hirakawa as Count Saint-Germain, and Yuuki Kaji as Finis.

The show has set Jerry Jewell as the ADR director with scripts by Samuel Wooley. The English cast includes Jill Harris as Cardia Beckford, J. Michael Tatum as Lupin Arsene, Chris Guerrero as Impey Barbicane, Micah Solusod as Victor Frankenstein, Justin Briner as Finis, David Wald as Rempart Leonhardt, Greg Dulcie as Isaac Beckford, and Apphia Yu as Sisi.

Plot Concept: Cardia has a deadly poison residing in her body, and as a result, gets called a monster by others. One night, she meets a mysterious man calling himself Arséne Lupin, who leads her to Industrial London. From there, she meets various people uncovering the truths and real stories behind the strange people and land, in an attempt to recover her memories and search for her father who holds the keys to her memories in London.

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