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Crunchyroll Adds ‘Kaiba’ Anime Series Streaming

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One day a man, Kaiba, wakes up in a broken room. He has no memories, only a pendant with a picture of an unknown woman. Outside of the room are grotesque floating electrical clouds of disjointed memories.

Discotek Media acquired the license for a show that many felt just wasn’t going to get picked up at this stage with Kaiba back in 2017 and is now expanding distribution for it. The twelve-episode show is now streaming on the Crunchyroll in its original Japanese language with English subtitles. Availability is limited to the US and Canada. Directed by Masaaki Yuasa with Nobuatke Ito on character designs, the series was animated by Madhouse.

The Japanese cast includes Houko Kuwashima as Kaiba, Mamiko Noto as Neiro, Romi Park as Popo, Hisao Egawa as Vanilla and Wasabi Mizuta as Hyohyo.

Siren Visual previously licensed and released the series in Australia.

Plot Concept: One day a man, Kaiba, wakes up in a broken room. He has no memories, only a pendant with a picture of an unknown woman. Outside of the room are grotesque floating electrical clouds of disjointed memories. Kaiba is suddenly assaulted, and escapes into space. He travels to various planets, encountering various people and retrieving his memories. Memories of an inconsistent and decaying world, of his own agony and of Niero, the woman in the picture.


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