The the past year and half we’ve worked with VICE UK to help bring anime back to UK Television. From classics like Cowboy Bebop and Eureka Seven, to recent series such as Tokyo Ghoul, even UK Television premieres of series that were broadcast in Japan just months earlier – Tokyo Ghoul:re and Full Metal Panic: Invisible Victory – making them the fastest transition from Japanese TV to UK TV broadcasts of anime ever!
But the fun will not stop there as VICE is preparing to bring another classic series back to the UK television in the form of Wolf’s Rain, the series from the same studio that brought you the likes of Fullmetal Alchemist, Blood Blockade Battlefront, Sword of the Stranger and My Hero Academia.
VICE UK will begin airing the series from Monday 11th March
Make sure you keep an eye on the VICE TV guide and their social media channels for more details as they become available.
ABOUT WOLF’S RAIN
Directed by Tensai Okamura (The Seven Deadly Sins, Darker Than Black, Blue Exorcist).
Synopsis: “Paradise – a legend, a myth, and a hopeless dream in a world that has become a wasteland. It is not meant for everyone, only the wolves thought to be extinct yet still roam the lands. When the Flower Maiden awakens, the path to the end will open.
Kiba, a lone white wolf, wanders into a poverty stricken city on a quest. The scent of Lunar Flowers and the will to find Paradise is all he has. Along the way, he runs into other outcast wolves: Tsume, Hige, and Toboe, each with their own story and troubles. Fate bringing them together, and together they seek out the Flower Maiden, Cheza, and their way to Paradise. But, doing so is no simple matter.
Up against a world that fears them and a man with mysterious abilities, their journey is overrun with challenges and worse-sacrifices. With limited time, they must fight to protect Cheza against everyone who seeks her and discover the hidden path to their destiny. This group of broken souls will form a pack and take their journey to the doors of Paradise. But is it worth the end of the world?”
You can check out a trailer for the series (originally published ahead of our Blu-ray release) below –
If you want to read more about the series, have a read of this piece at our blog by Andrew Osmond HERE.
We hope you’re looking forward to watching this!