Good Night World Anime Now Streaming on Netflix in India

(Last Updated On: September 19, 2023)

Netflix is set to release the anime adaptation of Uru Okabe’s manga “Good Night World” in India, coinciding with its global premiere on October 12th.

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This anime showcases a cast of characters, including:

  • Akio Ōtsuka as Shirō Akabane / Kojirō Arima
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki as AAAAA / Asuma Arima
  • Aya Endo as May / Sayaka Arima
  • Ryohei Kimura as Leon
  • Daisuke Hirose as Ichi / Taichirō Arima
  • Rie Takahashi as Hana Kamuro
  • Hiroki Nanami as Sasumata
  • Aoi Yūki as Pico
  • Kenjiro Tsuda as Shigatera
  • Inori Minase as Aya Arima

Netflix’s description of the series reads as follows:

Good Night World

“Within the virtual realm of the online game ‘Planet,’ a formidable quartet known as ‘The Akabane Family’ emerges. This group, though unaware, consists of members from a fractured real-life family. An introverted older brother, a high-achieving younger sibling, a disrespected father, and a neglectful mother—each unfamiliar with the warmth of family bonds. They remain oblivious to the fleeting nature of their online camaraderie.

What’s more, they fail to recognize their true familial connection. The narrative revolves around the Akabane Family’s exploits within ‘Planet,’ encompassing epic battles against monsters, rival guild conflicts, and the enigmatic ‘Black Bird,’ the ultimate game objective. As the story unfolds, it intricately weaves the boundaries of the virtual and real worlds, revealing the depths of this genuine family.”

Katsuya Kikuchi, known for works like “Idol Memories” and “The Royal Tutor,” assumes the director’s role, while Michiko Yokote, a veteran in scriptwriting with credits such as “Shirobako” and “Cowboy Bebop,” supervises and pens the series scripts. Rena Okuyama handles character design, drawing from her experience in “Idol Memories” and “The Royal Tutor.” Takatsugu Wakabayashi, renowned for compositions in “Skip and Loafer” and “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer,” provides the musical score. VTuber sensation Kuzuha takes the stage with the opening theme, “Black Crack,” while VTuber vocal duo Nornis concludes with the ending theme, “salvia.”

Additional staff includes:

  • Color Design: Yukiko Ario
  • Monster Design: Kazuo Takigawa
  • Prop Design: Akira Otsuka
  • Main Animators: Kazuo Takigawa, Shingo Nakamura
  • Art Design: Ryusuke Shiino
  • Chief Animation Directors: Rena Okuyama, Chinami Sekine, Haruka Sanefuji
  • In-Between Director: Yukie Kaneko
  • Sound Production: Sonilude
  • Director of Photography: Ryō Itō
  • Sound Director: Chikako Yokota
  • Sound Effects: Katsuhiro Nakajima
  • Production Desk: Nobuo Takagi
  • CG Director: Kunihiko Mita
  • Editing: Rina Koguchi (IMAGICA EMS)
  • Producer: Yasuo Suda

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Okabe initiated the manga’s serialization through Shogakukan’s Ura Sunday platform in 2016. The maiden compiled volume of the manga hit the shelves in April 2016, with its concluding fifth volume following suit in March 2017. Subsequently, Okabe embarked on the creation of the prequel manga, “Good Night World End,” debuting it on Shogakukan’s Manga ONE website on August 1.


Source | Netflix

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