HiDive Picks Up Sci-Fi Anime Comedy ‘Too Cute Crisis’

Sentai Filmworks has picked up the upcoming anime sci-fi comedy ‘Too Cute Crisis’ for its debut in the United States. Set to be released in April 2023, the show is directed by Jun Hatori and produced by the Japanese animation studio SynergySP. Based on the 2019 manga by Mitsuru Kido, the show will hit Japanese airwaves before heading to HiDive to stream in North America.

“The next time a cat tries to adopt you, let it. You never know when that magnanimous feline will end up saving the world. Mark you calendars, anime fans: TOO CUTE CRISIS (Kawaisugi Crisis) starts streaming on HIDIVE every Friday starting April 7, 2023,” HiDive said on their website.

The animated series is written by Aya Satsuki with Mayumi Watanabe is tackling the character designs.

The series stars the voice talents of Yumiri Hanamori as the alien protagonist Liza Luna with Natsumi Fujiwara tackling the role of her pet cat Yozora. It also features Saya Aizawa, Jin Ogasawara, Ayasa Itō, Yume Miyamoto, Yuichi Nakamura, and Reina Kondō.

You can check out the trailer below:

Too Cute Crisis Wiki describes the synopsis as follows,

“Liza Luna is an alien who wants to destroy Earth upon her first look. But the planet has a plethora of good things, and it would be a pity for her not to check it out. Thus, Earth is spared from destruction, and the alien starts to wander around places. Soon, Liza ends up in a cat cafe, where she will encounter creatures that are beyond her understanding.”

The theme song “Space Cat Big Bang” is performed by music artist Chogakusei while the pop group Dialogue performs the ending song “Nyanbori de Moffi!!”

The manga is published by Shueisha and serialized in their magazine ‘Jump Square.’ The company also released a motion comic version on its YouTube channel.

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