The television anime adaptation of Hiroya Oku’s Inuyashiki manga has 11 episodes, all of which have English subtitles, and is available on Crunchyroll in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Central and South America, as well as Scandinavian nations (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland). This information was released on Wednesday by Crunchyroll. In October 2017, the anime made its debut on the Noitamina block of Fuji TV. The only place to watch the series online was Amazon Prime.
The series’ chief director at studio MAPPA was Keiichi Satou (Tiger & Bunny, GANTZ:O, Rage of Bahamut Genesis). The series was directed by Shhei Yabuta, the 3D director of Iron Man, Highschool of the Dead, and Attack on Titan.
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The anime’s series composition was overseen by Hiroshi Seko (Ajin, Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress), while the characters were created by Naoyuki Onda (Rage of Bahamut Genesis, The Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Gantz). The manga was printed and distributed in North America by Kodansha Comics. The series was also made available digitally by Crunchyroll, and it contains the plot summary.
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Ichiro Inuyashiki is down on his luck. While only 58 years old, his geriatric looks often have him written off as a pathetic old man by the world around him and he’s constantly ignored and disrespected by his family despite all that he’s done to support them. On top of everything else, his doctor has revealed that he has cancer and it appears that he has little time left in this world. But just when it seems things couldn’t get any worse, a blinding light in the night sky strikes the earth where Ichiro stands. He later wakes up to find himself unscathed, but he soon starts to notice that there’s something…different about himself.
The manga’s 10th and final volume arrived in Japan in September 2017 after Oku debuted it in Kodansha’s Evening magazine in January 2014. In April 2018, a live-action movie based on the manga was released.