Two famous manga writers will write the script for the Suicide Squad anime

caramesin – In an announcement at the recent Anime Expo, Warner Bros. and Wit Studio have revealed their collaboration on an unexpected project: an isekai anime featuring beloved DC characters.

Titled “Isekai Suicide Squad,” this anime promises to bring new ideas to popular characters like Harley Quinn and the Joker.

A trailer was released that introduces these characters and shows the chaos they will cause in their new anime universe, raising the expectations of fans everywhere.

One of the most exciting aspects of “Squad Squad Isekai” is the collection of industry experts who will contribute their skills to the process.

Tappei Nagatsuki and Eiji Umehara, known for their work on the light novels Re:Zero and Vivy Prototype, were chosen to provide the anime script.

Their involvement in this project is noteworthy, because the success of these light novels has made fans interested in seeing how the duo will transform Suicide Squad into an anime setting.

In addition, Eir Osada, who is famous for directing many episodes of Jujutsu Kaisen and Gintama, will direct the series.

The poster featuring Harley Quinn, featured in the ad, was created by manga artist Akira Amano, known for Ä“lDLIVE, Reborn!, and Ron Kamonohashi: Deranged Detective. Amano will also be responsible for writing the original letters.

Naoto Hosoda, whose previous work includes Seiren and Digimon: The Movie, is on board to create the character.

The song, which is important and sets the tone for the series, will be Kenichiro Suehiro, who is the editor of his great stories including Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-, Golden Kamuy and Undead Unluck.

Bringing together this dream team, Shinya Tsuruoka of Warner Bros. Japan, who will serve as the film producer for the project. Wit Studio is known for animating Attack on Titan and Ranking of Kings anime. They collaborated with the company CloverWorks to make the Spy x Family animated series.

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