World’s End Harem TV Anime Bares All in New Visual and Very NSFW Trailer

World's End Harem

 

The upcoming adaptation of the World's End Harem manga series shared a new visual today alongside a very raunchy trailer that leaves little to the imagination. The new trailer for TV anime, based on the manga written by LINK and illustrated by Kotaro Shono, previews the opening theme song while revealing the ending theme as well.

 

Again, just as a warning, the trailer is quite NSFW.

 

 

World's End Harem

 

Uncovered in the is that H-el-ical will be singing the opening theme "JUST DO IT", with EXiNA singing the ending theme "ENDiNG MiRAGE." "JUST DO IT" is previewed in the above trailer.

 

Yu Nobuta (Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear) is set to serve as the director, alongside series composition writer Tatsuya Takahashi (The [email protected] Cinderella Girls) and the anime character designer Miyabi Ozeki (Seven Mortal Sins). Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ, will again co-work on anime production following Maesetsu! Opening Act.

 

Previously released visual:

 

World's End Harem premieres in October 2021 on Japanese TV and right here on Crunchyroll, who describes the series as such:

 

The time is near future-Tokyo, Japan in 2040. Reito, a young man suffering from an intractable disease, vows to reunite with his childhood friend Erisa and decides to "cold sleep" to cure her illness. When he wakes up five years later, the world was undergoing a major transformation. The MK (Male Killer) virus kills 99.9% of men on the planet. The ground was a super harem with 5 billion women for every 5 men. 

 

Only five men, "Numbers," are resistant to the MK virus. One of them, Reito, is required to "mate" for the survival of the remaining women and humankind. Harem life waiting for the world after the pandemic. At the same time, Reito is involved in a global conspiracy over Numbers. Can he overcome the temptation and save the world?

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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