Kaitō Queen wa Circus ga Osuki Anime Film Reveals 13 More Cast Members, June 17 Premiere
The official website for the theatrical original video anime (OVA) of Kaoru Hayamine’s Kaitō Queen wa Circus ga Osuki (Mirage Queen Aime Cirque) novel revealed on Tuesday that the anime will premiere in theaters on June 17. The site also revealed 13 more cast members and a new visual.
The new cast includes: (name romanizations not confirmed)
- Toshiyuki Morikawa as White Face
- Makoto Furukawa as Shamon Saitō
- Yuri Noguchi as Silver Cat Hitomi
- Hinata Tadokoro as Jean Paul
- Yusuke Shirai as Styli Inoue
- Natsu Yorita as Beast
- Hironori Kondou as Prism Prism
- Hiromichi Tezuka as Joe Sesame
- Shinya Takahashi as Rocketman
- Yūya Hirose as Kōtarō Nishitōji
- Ayaka Shimizu as Mari Itō
- Jin Urayama as Inspector Kamikoshi
- Kent Itō as Shintarō Iwashimizu
The anime stars:
- Yūga Yamato (Sailor Moon stage plays as Tuxedo Mask) as Queen
- Kazuki Katou as Joker
- Yūma Uchida as RD
Saori Den (Pokémon episode director) is directing the project at East Fish Studio, and Mariko Kunisawa (Ascendance of a Bookworm, Orient) is writing the script. Kumiko Kawashima (Fantasista Stella) is designing the characters. Moe Hyūga (Steins;Gate 0, If My Favorite Pop Idol Made it to the Budokan, I Would Die) is composing the music. Toshiki Kameyama is the sound director at Bit Groove Promotion. Pony Canyon will distribute the anime.
The story centers on the Phantom Thief Queen, who is a person who can steal anything they desire. Their gender, age, and nationality are unknown. Together with their partners Joker and RD, they fly around the world in their airship. Now, Queen has their eyes set on a cursed jewel: the legendary “Rose of Linden.” However, there is an unexpected incident, and a mysterious circus troupe steals the jewel before Queen can. Queen will challenge the various members of the troupe, including a hypnotist, a magician, and an acrobat, in order to take back the jewel. For nothing is impossible for Queen.
The anime commemorates the 20th anniversary of the novel series. Kadokawa published the first novel under its children’s book label Aoitori Bunko in March 2002 with illustrations by K2 Shōkai. The latest novel shipped on July 14. The project marks the first time the franchise is getting a video adaptation. The anime shares the same title as the debut novel in the franchise.
Sources: Kaitō Queen wa Circus ga Osuki anime’s website, Comic Natalie