The Kingdoms of Ruin is getting a TV anime adaptation in 2023!! Know the staff and cast

Another interesting title “The Kingdoms of Ruin“, is getting a TV anime this year i.e 2023 after the official announcement. Let’s have a look at what we know so far.

The Kingdoms of Ruin Release Date

The official announcement gave us the year of release for the anime adaptation which is 2023. However, the exact date of release is still not available. The date of release will be updated as soon as it is officially available.

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The Kingdoms of Ruin Staff/Cast

A key visual was released for the TV anime. Have a look below:

After the official TV anime announcement, the staff and cast for the production were also released. The list is also available on the official website of the series.

DirectorKeitaro Motonaga
CompositionKouno Takamitsu
Character DesignHiromi Kato
StudioYokohama Animation Lab
Music by Miki Sakurai, Shu Kanematsu, Hanae Nakamura
The Kingdoms of Ruin Anime Staff

Adonis and Doroka are the central characters of the story. Adonis will be voiced by Kaito Ishikawa and Azumi Waki will give voice to Doroka.

The Kingdoms of Ruin Plot and Wiki

The original story has been written by Yoruhashi and serialized in Monthly Comic Garden. It is an ongoing manga series which started in 2019 and getting a TV anime in 2023.

The story is set up in a world where witches lived in harmony with the world. However, after the science and technology developed, the witches were seen to be irrelevant and started getting feared. A witch hunt is then orchestrated to get rid of the witches. Adonis is a boy who was being raised by a witch named Chloe and when she dies in the witch hunt, Adonis swears revenge on the kingdom that took Chloe’s life.

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It’s a dark action fantasy genre that seem to be getting a lot of attention these days. It’s getting pretty common and only time will tell of the quality of the series. But, from the perspective of first impressions, I liked the visual and the character design. What are your thoughts?!

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