Netflix 'Godzilla Singular Point': Air time and how to live stream anime

Get ready for a whole new wave of destruction with 'Godzilla Singular Point'


                            Netflix 'Godzilla Singular Point': Air time and how to live stream anime
'Godzilla Singular Point' (Youtube/ Netflix)

Calling all Kaiju and mecha fans out there -- if you've been watching for something new in the 'Godzilla' franchise, consider your prays answered -- make for Netflix's newest anime, 'Godzilla Singular Point'. 

In case you're on the lookout for some more anime to binge-watch, consider checking out the following titles -- 'Yasuke', 'Castlevania', 'Eden' and the animated anthology, 'Love, Death + Robots'. Netflix also released 'Levius' back in 2019 as an original series. The story revolved around the life of Levius who loses his parents in a war. He is taken in by his uncle Zachs. As he helps Levius cope up with the casualties of the war, he begins to immerse himself in the world of Mecha boxing. It is as if his fate led him there and innate this ability for this form of martial art.

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Air time

'Godzilla Singular Point' premiere on June 24, 2021, on Netflix.

How to live stream

You can livestream the series on Netflix.

Plot

"This is an all new original anime series Godzilla Singular Point featuring a brand new cast and original story set to premiere globally on Netflix in 2021. Following the success of Godzilla anime films, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters, Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle and Godzilla: The Planet Eater comes an all new original anime series from director Atsushi Takahashi (Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi)."

Set in 2030, the storyline takes place in Nigashio City, Chiba Prefecture, where Engineer Yun Arikawa notices some strange activity in a house thought to be abandoned. At the same time Mei Kamino, a graduate student investigates mysterious signals emitted from Misakioku, the former Tsuguno district's administrative building. Unbeknownst to Mei and Yun, they are both begin looking into these signals and are led into what proves to be the battles of a lifetime. 

Cast

Yume Miyamoto

Yume Miyamoto is an actress, voice actress and narrator. Her works include 'GJ Club', 'Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor', and 'SSSS.Gridman'. She voices the character of Mei Kamino. 



 

 

Shōya Ishige

Shōya Ishige is a voice actor. His works include 'Cells at Work!!', 'Code:Realize -Guardian of Rebirth', 'Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater',  'Don't Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro' and 'Fire Force'. He voices the character of Yun Arikawa.



 

 

Director
Atsushi Takahashi

Atsushi Takahashi is an animator who previously worked with Studio Ghibli. He has also worked with studio MADHOUSE, and has worked on series such as 'Hajime no Ippo', 'Rideback', 'Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine', 'Sword Art Online II', 'The Seven Deadly Sins' and 'My Hero Academia'.

Writer
Toh Enjoe

Toh EnJoe is a Japanese author, known for his works under the genres of literary fiction, speculative fiction and science fiction. Although he studied physics and has a PhD in a mathematical physical study on the natural languages, he chose to become a full-time writer instead. His works include 'Self-Reference ENGINE', 'Obu za bēsbōru' and 'Moonshine'. With 'Godzilla Singular Point', Toh Enjoe makes his TV debut as editor and writer for the series. 

The creative team also includes composer Kan Sawada, known for his works such as the 'Doraemon' films and 'Yowamushi Pedal', Kazue Kato creator of 'Blue Exorcist' serves as the character designer and animator Eiji Yamamori from Studio Ghibli is behind the Kaiju design.

Trailer

As per the caption shared alongside the trailer -- "Godzilla Singular Point is an all-new animated TV series that marks the beginning of a new project for Godzilla, one of Japan’s most iconic characters. This anime series unfolds over 13 episodes to tell a new and original story unlike anything seen in the Godzilla franchise before."



 

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