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Batman Ninja Stage Play Unveils Photos of Cast in Costume

  • October 18, 2021
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Batman Ninja Stage Play Unveils Photos of Cast in Costume

The official website for Batman Ninja The Show, the previously announced stage play adaptation of the Batman Ninja anime, revealed photographs of the play’s cast in costume on Sunday.

The cast (including double cast roles) are as follows:


Takurō Sawada as Batman

Shōta Takasawa as Batman

Renya Yamakawa as Batman

Kei Nakamura as Robin

Kazuto as Robin

Kō Hosokawa as Joker

Takuma Zaiki as Joker

Asuka as Joker

Saaya Suzuka as Catwoman

Ayami Suzuki as Catwoman

Akaneko Hirano as Catwoman

Katsunobu Katō as Nightwing

Ryūhei Nishihara as Red Robin

Emi Fujita as Harley Quinn

Minami Tsukui as Harley Quinn

Sakura Andō as Harley Quinn

Taka Sakurai as Red Hood

Sasuke Yaen as Red Hood

The play was originally slated to run at the Theatre Moliere Shinjuku in Tokyo from October 10 to December 31 last year, but was delayed. The play will now run at Tokyo’s Theater Mixa from November 6 to 30.

Warner Bros. released the anime film digitally in April 2018, and on home video in May 2018. The release included the Japanese audio track as well as the English dub. The anime debuted in Japanese theaters in June 2018 with the Japanese voice cast.

Junpei Mizusaki, the producer of the opening animation sequences for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders and Kamikaze Douga CEO/founder, was the film’s director. Kazuki Nakashima, who was in charge of the series scripts for Gurren Lagann and Kill la Kill, was the screenwriter. Takashi Okazaki, the creator of the Afro Samurai manga, was the character designer for the film. The project also involved English-language screenwriters Leo Chu and Eric Garcia, the executive producers for the Afro Samurai series and Afro Samurai: Resurrection film.

Kamikaze Douga worked on the project, and Yūgo Kanno (Psycho-Pass, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable, Ajin) composed the music. The anime’s website stated the project was three years in the making.

Masato Hisa (Nobunagun, Area 51) launched a manga adaptation of the anime in Monthly Hero’s in June 2018, and ended it in September 2019. The manga won a Seiun Award in August 2020.

Sources: Batman Ninja stage play’s website, Comic Natalie

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