In an announcement posted on Thursday on the anime website for The Eminence in Shadow, Daisuke Aizawa announced the casts members for the Seven Shades, an elite operative team for the Shadow Garden organization.
The Eminence in Shadow casts
Ayaka Asai as Zeta, Hisako Kanemoto as Episolon, Inori Minase as Beta, Suzuko Mimori as Gamma, Fairouz Ai as Delta, and Reina Kondo as Eta are the cast members, as revealed by Anime Trending.
Youko Hikasa will be playing Iris Midgar in the anime. Kana Hanazawa will be playing Alexia Midgar, and Seiichirou Yamashita will play protagonist Cid Kagenou. The report also mentioned the staff that will work in the anime series, in addition to the main characters.
Kazuya Nakanishi, who will serve as the anime’s director, has also worked as a co-director on Comic Girls and as the primary animator on Vivid Strike! In addition, Kanichi Katou will be the series composer. The series character designer is Makoto Iino.
The Eminence in Shadow is based on the light novels written by Daisuke Aizawa and illustrated by Azunishi, which began publication in 2018 and will have four volumes by February 2021.
The narrative originated as a web novel on the Shouetsuka ni Narou, and it has now evolved into two manga series, one of which is a comical spin-off of the original. The light novels are published under the ENTERBRAIN brand, which is owned by Kadokawa.
Although he had aspirations of being a protagonist, according to Anime News Network, Cid had no such ambitions in his previous life.
He’d rather remain a small character until the right moment comes along to announce that he’s a mastermind at the very least, do the next best thing, and appear to be one. And now that he’s been reincarnated into a different universe, he’s ready to create the ideal conditions for him to carry out his aspirations to the best extent of his abilities.
With his over imagination, Cid recruits members of the organization and takes down some evil cult.
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