Crunchyroll is doing some promotion for a show in their stables that never got a lot of attention with Big Order. The summer 2016 series now has its appealing opening and closing sequences streaming. The opening comes with the song “Disorder” by Yosei Teikoku while the ending has “Kobore Sekai Oware” by Aki Hata.
Availability for the show for ownership is weak as the show has been added to Amazon Video where episodes are $2.99 each or the ten-episode run can be had for $20.99. It’s in its original Japanese language with English subtitles and hopefully, this indicates some movement on a home video release and potential dub as well.
Animated at Asread, it was directed by Nobuharu Kamanaka based on the series composition by Katsuhiko Takayama (the OAD was done by Teikoku Yousei) with Chika Kojima serving as the character designer and chief animation director. The opening theme was YUI from Yousei Teikoku while the ending theme was Kobore Sekai Oware by Aki Hata.
The cast includes Masakazu Morita as Eiji Hoshimiya, Shiori Mikami as Rin Kurenai, Misaki Kuno as Sena Hoshimiya, Mari Misaki as Daisy, Satoshi Tsuruoka as Gennai Hoshimiya, Fumihiko Tachiki as Benkei Narukami, Shinnosuke Tachibana as Yoshitsune Hiiragi, Azusa Tadokoro as Iyo, Yuu Hayashi as Ayahito Sundan, Tarusuke Shingaki as Abraham Louis Fran, Hitomi Harada as Kagekiyo Tairano, Saori Hayami as Mari Kunou, Makoto Ishii as Lauryn Wright and Norio Wakamoto as Kokudo Soumoku.
The original work comes from Sakae Esuno which began serialization in Shonen Ace back in 2011 with ten volumes by the time it wrapped up in 2016. The OAD came out in October 2015. Check out the TV spot for it below to get a feel for it.
Plot concept: The story centers on an introverted high school student named Eiji Hoshimiya with a huge secret—he wished for the destruction of the world when he was younger. Fairies give certain people special powers called Orders, and what Order Users can do with their power depends on their wishes. Ten years after the Great Destruction, Eiji struggles to come to terms with his immense power.