This summer will mark the debut of the anime Fena: Pirate Princess and Crunchyroll and Adult Swim are here with a new preview. In addition to a new trailer, the latest in the series includes never-before-seen production art, as well as an introduction to the main cast of characters, more on key staff members, and plans for a summer 2021 premiere.
Fena: Pirate Princess (@fena_anime), a Crunchyroll and @AdultSwim Original, sets sail Summer 2021 🏴☠️ pic.twitter.com/zRdnAr3bWJ— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) June 16, 2021
Fena: Pirate Princess will air subtitled on Crunchyroll and dubbed on Adult Swim.
Fena Houtman remembers little about her childhood. Orphaned and raised as a servant in a brothel, her life changes when she escapes to an island of pirates where she discovers the truth behind her family. With Fena being the only one able to unlock her family’s secrets, and a formidable crew of female pirates on her tail, she must take her place as captain of her Samurai crew for a high seas adventure!Synopsis
The main staff includes:
- Original Story – Kazuto Nakazawa x Production I.G
- Director – Kazuto Nakazawa
- Screenplay – Asako Kuboyama
- Music – Yuki Kajiura
- Music Production – FlyingDog
- Animation Production – Production I.G
The main cast includes:
- Fena Houtman VA: Asami Seto (Miyoko Hojo in Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma)
- Yukimaru VA: Ryota Suzuki (Yu Ishigami in KAGUYA-SAMA: LOVE IS WAR)
- Shitan VA: Takahiro Sakurai (Griffith in Berserk)
- Karin Aoi Yuki (Tsuyu Asui in My Hero Academia)
- Enju VA: Gen Sato (Chrome in Dr. STONE)
- Kaede VA: Ryota Osaka (Marco Bodt in Attack on Titan)
- Tsubaki VA: Jun Osuka
- Makaba VA: Shintaro Tanaka (Mario in B: The Beginning)
- Salman VA: Manabu Muraji (Shuji Sumimura in Kekkaishi)
- Otto VA: Hiroaki Hirata (Sanji in One Piece)
Fena: Pirate Princess is currently available to badge holders at the 2021 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, where it was selected as a Work in Progress series with a panel featuring director Kazuto Nakazawa and producer Rui Kuroki from the anime studio Production IG.
The panel, which will be available to Annecy attendees until the end of June, featured the duo sharing their inspiration, production anecdotes, and a behind-the-scenes look at the backgrounds, character art and more.
Source – Crunchyroll