A January 9 at 20:00 JST premiere is now in the cards for the anime portion of gambling-themed mixed-media project HIGH CARD, which dealt us in on another round of criminal underworld action with a brand-new key visual and trailer released today.
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Two additional cast members were also announced:
Toshiyuki Morikawa (Ruthven in The Case Study of Vanitas) as
Rie Takahashi (Anzu in Romantic Killer) as
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The main staff and cast include:
HIGH CARD's story is described as such:
After learning that his orphanage is about to close due to financial problems, Finn Oldman heads to a casino to win a fortune. Once there, Finn gets caught up in an intense chase and gunfight set off by a man's "lucky card." Finn eventually learns that the world order is controlled by whoever holds a deck of 52 X-Playing Cards, which can grant superhuman abilities.
A secret group of players called the High Card was commissioned directly by the King of Fourland to collect these cards, which are scattered throughout the kingdom. They also work under the guise of employees at the luxury car manufacturer Pinochle. Now chosen as the fifth member of the party, Finn is about to embark with the rest of the group on a dangerous mission in search of these powerful cards…
Source: Comic Natalie
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