Muse Asia has recently announced that it is now streaming the anime adaptation of Yūji Nakamura’s manga, “Rokudo’s Bad Girls” (Rokudō no Onna-tachi). Four episodes of the anime are currently available for streaming, with a new episode scheduled to be released every Saturday.
The anime premiered in Japan on April 7 and features a talented cast that includes Gen Sato as Tо̄suke Rokudо̄, Sumire Uesaka as Ranna Himawari, Naomi Ōzora as Sayuri Osanada, and Yuki Yomichi as Azami Himeno, among others. The production team behind the anime is also top-notch, with Keiya Saitō (known for directing “Baki”) leading the project at Satelight, and Yūichirō Momose (responsible for series scripts in “So I’m a Spider, So What?” and “Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer”) handling the writing.
Nakamura’s manga follows the story of Tо̄suke Rokudо̄, a high school student who is often bullied by delinquents. However, his life takes an unexpected turn when he receives a scroll from his late grandfather, which leaves a mark on his forehead. This mark’s power causes a delinquent girl named Ranna Himawari to fall in love with him.
The manga was serialized in Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine in June 2016 and concluded in April 2021. Its 26th and final compiled book volume was published in June 2021.
Shin’ya Segawa is in charge of character design, with Hideaki Onishi handling sub-character design, and Hiroyuki Taiga overseeing mechanical designs. Other notable members of the production team include Kenichi Tajiri as art director, Yoshimi Kawakami as color key artist, Yūjirō Yamane as compositing director of photography, and Hiroshi Yamamoto as sound director.
Fans of the manga and anime enthusiasts alike can now enjoy “Rokudo’s Bad Girls” on Muse Asia’s streaming platform.
Source – Muse Asia’s Facebook