Going to an all-girls school probably sounds like a nightmare to most teenage girls.
Having guys show up suddenly in your all-girls school however, is probably a different kind of nightmare.
Then again, maybe the end result will just be a comedic gold.
It looks like comedy will be the case if you’re a reader of Akira Hiramoto’s manga series entitled “Prison School.” The critically acclaimed series is getting an anime adaptation, and after a live-stream event, the trailer, release date, staff, and Japanese voice cast was revealed.
Fans can watch the first trailer for “Prison School” below.
The “Prison School” anime will be directed by Tsutomu Mizushima with scripts by Michiko Yokote.
Junichiro Taniguchi will design the characters and serve as the chief animation director.
Staff will handle the animation production.
So far, fans in an ANN forum are expressing much excitement for the upcoming “Prison School” anime.
“I’m ready for my anime Hana! Looks like it’ll be a good adaption, but PVs can be misleading, so I’ll hope for the best that it’s a good one,” said Xionea.
Other fans are specifically excited about the Japanese voice cast: “Oh lord the cast is everything I’ve ever wanted,” commented Somer.
Anime News Network reports the following main Japanese voice cast: Hiroshi Kamiya as Kyoshi Katsuyuki Konishi as Gakuto Kenichi Suzumura as Shingo Daisuke Namikawa as Joe Kazuyuki Okitsu as Reiji “Andre” Ando Sayaka Ohara as Mari Shizuka Itou as Meiko Kana Hanazawa as Hana Kotaku describes the series of “Prison School” anime as follows: “Prison School follows the protagonist, Kiyoshi, and his fellow male classmates when they have the misfortune of enrolling in an elite private boarding school that was formerly an all-girls school.” The “Prison School” anime will premiere this July.