Zee Café, an Indian television channel, is set to air the anime adaptation of the “Kurozuka” manga series. The anime, which was produced by Madhouse studio and directed by Tetsuro Araki, is based on a supernatural action novel by Baku Yumemakura.
The story follows a 12th-century man named Kurō who, after losing to his brother, flees into the mountains and meets a mysterious woman named Kuromitsu. Kurō soon learns that she has a dark secret and that he is unable to die. The anime will be dubbed in Hindi and will air weekdays at 2:00 p.m. IST starting on February 16th.
“Kurozuka” was first released as a manga series in 2002 and ran until 2006. The anime adaptation was produced in 2008 and was later released on home video by Sony in 2012. The first episode of the anime can also be streamed on Sony’s Throwback Toons YouTube channel.
This will be the second anime series that Zee Café has aired with a Hindi dub, after airing “Valkyria Chronicles” in September of last year. With its intriguing story and beautiful animation, “Kurozuka” is sure to captivate audiences and leave them on the edge of their seats.
Source: Anime News Network