It is a Japanese manga series written by Yasuki Tanaka with adapted by OLM that premiered in April as a real escape game.
The storyline showcases the death of the lead’s parents as Shinpei Ajiro grew up with the Kofun sisters Ushio and Mio. In the portrayal of adulthood as Shinpei lives in Tokyo until he heard unexpected news that Ushio passed away by drowning.
Eventually, he returns to the isolated island town but becomes suspicious when he notices that Ushio’s body has marks around her neck; implying that she was strangled as a mark for intentions in dispute. Eventually being haunted by her ghost and assisted by Mio, Shinpei is on their way to find what really happened to Ushio and possibly save the residents from a strange dark enigma as an ultimate aim.
The characters of the series include:
- Tokiko Hishigata
- Shinpei Ajiro
- Mio Kofun
- So Hishigata
- Ginjiro Nezu
- Shiori Kobayakawa
- Alan Kofun
- Tatsuo Kobayakawa
In the story, Shinpei returns to the small island to attend his adoptive sister’s funeral though suspiciously interfering in the collapse of that specific island. He, later on, realizes his ability to time travel back to July 22nd upon death while surviving.
Chizuru is a mysterious woman who later on comes to the island on the same ferry as Shinpei where they cross paths during their separate investigations of the island as a trained combat woman and strength to kill Shadows.
The first opening theme of the series is Hoshi ga Oyogu by Macaroni Enpitsu while the second opening theme song is Natsuyume Noisy by Asaka. The anime series has been licensed by Disney Platform Distribution.
Later on, Shinpei existed when Mio stared vacantly at the house as Tetsu arrives and he sees her murder even to realize she is Shadow Mio and she replaces Tetsu’s corpse with a Shadow Tetsu.
The lead later on lodges a fake police report to keep Tetsu away that night and leaves his phone hidden to record Shadow Mio staring vacantly on the way to notice one of his eyes that is observed to change colors. For the proof, he shows the recording to Mio as proof that Shadow Sickness is real and her shadow intends to kill her only to later on ultimately realize that Ushio must have been murdered by Shadow Ushio adding an unexpected twist.
The series as an anime adaptation was announced at the end of the series as the 139th and final chapter in February 2021 with a total of around 25-episode television series directed by Ayumu Watanabe. The music has been announced by Keiichi Okabe, Ryuichi Takada, and Keigo Hoashi at MONACA while premiering on April 15, 2022, on Tokyo MX, BS11, and Kansai TV.
Summertime Rendered Episode 18 is set to release on Thursday, August 11, 2022, while streaming at 03:00 PM. Stay tuned for more updates.
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