Fantasy Comedy Manga ‘Tis Time for Torture Princess’ Is Getting An Anime

The fantasy comedy manga ”Tis Time for “Torture,” Princess’ is getting an anime adaption. Based on the series written by Robinson Haruhara and drawn by Hirakei, the television show will be produced by the Japanese animation studio Pine Jam and directed by Yōko Kanemori. The anime has a planned release in January 2024.

The scripts will be written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu with characters being designed by Toshiya Kōno and Satoshi Furuhashi. The music will be composed by Masaru Yokoyam.

Crunchyroll also revealed a cast list for the show:

  • Princess voiced by Haruka Shiraishi (Golden Kamuy, My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong As I Expected)
  • Ex voiced by Chikahiro Kobayashi (Golden Kamuy, Gundam Build Fighters, 100 Sleeping Princes and the Kingdom of Dreams)
  • Torture Tortura voiced by Shizuka Itoh (D.Gray-man, Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha, The Irregular at Magic High School)

The showrunners dropped a teaser trailer to promote the anime:

The manga’s official Twitter celebrated with a message for fans. Loosely translated, the tweet reads, “Thanks to you, it’s decided to animate! Thank you all for your support!”

The Tokyo-based publisher Shueisha has been serializing the manga since 2019 in their Shōnen Jump+ online magazine. It is also published on the Manga Plus website.

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“In an ongoing battle between the Imperial Army and the Hellhorde, the princess from the army has been captured along with her holy sword Ex. Since regular torture is prohibited by the prisoner of war treaty between the two parties, the grand inquisitor, Torture Tortura, employs unusual “torture” (in air quotes) techniques, usually in the form of tempting foods and snacks from Japanese culture. The princess relents, but gives information that is usually trivial in nature, and the few times she does give useful information, the Hell-Lord does not take advantage of it.

The manga ranked second at the 2020 Next Manga Award in the web manga category.

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