Good Night World Anime Adaptation Set to Premiere on Netflix on October 12

Netflix has exciting news for fans of Uru Okabe's "Good Night World" as it's officially set to receive an anime adaptation premiering on October 12. The anime will be helmed by a talented team, with Katsuya Kikuchi as director, Michiko Yokote as series composer and screenplay writer, and Suzuna Okuyama as character designer. The animation production will be handled by NAZ, ensuring top-notch visuals for the series.

The anime also features impressive musical talents from NIJISANJI, with Kuzuha performing the opening theme song "Black Crack" and Nornis lending their voice to the captivating ending theme "salvia." With such a talented team and engaging music, fans can anticipate an enthralling anime adaptation of "Good Night World" coming to their screens on Netflix this October 12.

According to Netflix's description, "Good Night World" is described as: "A shut-in older brother. A high-achieving younger brother. A father who is not respected by his own children.A mother who neglects her own household. This is a broken family, and none of its members know that they are all players in an online game."

"Good Night World" made its debut in 2016, captivating readers through its serialization in Shogakukan's Ura Sunday and MangaONE. The enthralling manga series concluded with the release of its fifth and final tankoubon volume in 2017, leaving a lasting impact on fans with its unique narrative and compelling characters.

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