Heavenly Delusion Gets Philosophical In Creditless Opening And Ending
Picture through Tengoku Daimakyo Twitter account
Following the premiere of the second episode of Heavenly Delusion earlier right now in Japan, the creditless opening and ending sequences have been posted on-line courtesy of sequence producer and Japanese writer NBCUniversal Anime/Music. The sequence is at the moment streaming on Disney+ in worldwide markets, with the sequence experiencing a slight delay within the US earlier than premiering on Hulu earlier this week underneath the Japanese title Tengoku Daimakyou.
The opening options Japanese rock band BiSH performing “harmless conceitedness” whereas the ending options Japanese pop group ASOBI performing “Dare mo Kare mo Doko mo Nani mo Shiranai”. Each are embedded under:
Based mostly on the manga by Masakazu Ishiguro, Heavenly Delusion is being directed by Hirotaka Mori (Sword Artwork On-line the Film: Ordinal Scale assistant director) at studio Manufacturing I.G, with sequence composition by Makoto Fukami (Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka), character designs by Utsushita and music by Kensuke Ushio (Chainsaw Man).
Hulu, which is streaming the anime within the US alongside Disney+, describes the sequence as such:
Within the yr 2024, grotesque monsters lurk amongst the ruins of Japan, whereas remaining folks scrape collectively what they will to outlive. Kiruko accepts a mysterious girl’s dying want to take a boy named Maru to a spot referred to as Heaven.
As well as, Disney’s Senior Supervisor for Dubbing in Reuben Lack has confirmed on Twitter that the English dub for the sequence will likely be made out there in a staggered launch on Disney+ and Hulu with forged data forthcoming:
Ready to get clearance to make a proper dub forged announcement, however within the meantime, Tengoku Daimakyo (Heavenly Delusion) followers: you might even see the EP 1 Eng dub hit D+ as quickly as late subsequent week! It’ll go up on Hulu roughly 1-2 weeks after. Get excited! The dub is *phenomenal*
— Reuben Lack (@thereubeh) April 7, 2023
Sources: NBCUniversal Anime on YouTube, Reuben Lack on Twitter