‘Link Click’ is a Chinese animated series, known as a donghua, that was developed by Studio LAN and Haoliners Animation League with the streaming service bilibili releasing it. The show was directed by Li Haoling with Tanji Takumi, Asami Tomoya, and Zhu Lipiao working as art directors. Crunchyroll began releasing the series in North America and announced they are developing an English dub for their streaming service.
The voice cast was revealed on their website:
- Alejandro Saab (Miyamura in Horimiya) as Cheng Xiaoshi
- Zeno Robinson (Vanitas in The Case Study of Vanitas) as Lu Guang
- Suzie Yeung (Lena in 86 EIGHTY-SIX) as Qiao Ling
- Xanthe Huynh (Siesta in The Detective Is Already Dead) as Emma, Young Emma and Young Cheng
- Christopher Wehkamp (Aizawa in My Hero Academia) as Emma’s Dad
- Luci Christian (Nozomi in Sonny Boy) as Emma’s Mom
- Keith Silverstein (Hisoka in Hunter x Hunter) as Mr. Zhu
- Michelle Rojas (Momoe in WONDER EGG PRIORITY) as Mr. Zhu’s Girlfriend
Austin Sisk has been tapped as the ADR director with Morgan Lauré joining the project as assistant ADR director.
You can watch the trailer below:
MyAnimeList described the synopsis as follows,
“It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it holds an infinite amount of secrets. These are secrets that only Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang are able to find. In a small shop called “Time Photo Studio,” the two friends provide a special service: using their extraordinary powers that let them enter photographs, they jump into pictures brought to them by clients in order to grant their wishes. Through the eyes of the photographer, they live through the events surrounding the picture and try to decipher how to solve their client’s request.
But every time they jump into a picture, they take a great risk. One wrong move and they could alter the future of the person who took the picture… and possibly countless other events too. So when the events they are forced to live through in these pictures start to become personal, it will take the utmost strength to push their feelings aside and focus on accomplishing the task they were paid to do.”
The show originally ran for one season of eleven episodes and one special from April 30, 2021, to July 9, 2021. A second season has been announced with a planned release for November 2022.
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