Heavenly Delusion is set to premiere on Disney+ later this year and it is being celebrated with new posters that give fans a sneak peek of what to expect from the anime. Kodansha and Disney have entered into a long-term partnership which will result in more anime licenses and original projects being made available on Disney’s streaming services globally. While this is great news for some international fans, it has been a challenge for others as it means a longer wait for popular series to be officially launched.
Heavenly Delusion is among the highly anticipated anime adaptations for this year and it has been confirmed that it will be available for streaming on Disney+ worldwide. The series is set to debut in April but it has not been specified whether this release date will be the same for international audiences as it rolls out on Disney+ and Hulu in different regions. In the meantime, fans can check out the latest posters for the series below:
Where to Watch Heavenly Delusion
The anime of Heavenly Delusion is set to premiere in Japan this April, and there is a possibility that it will also be released simultaneously in the United States on Hulu, similar to the release of Tokyo Revengers Season 2. If not, the anime will eventually be available on Hulu later in the year or early 2024, depending on whether or not an English dubbed version will be released (as was the case with Summer Time Rendering).
Hirotaka Mori will be directing the anime for Production I.G, with Makoto Fukami writing the script, Utsushita handling character design, and Kensuke Ushio composing the music. In terms of what to expect from the series, Denpa has acquired the rights to release the manga in English and describes it as follows:
“Within the safety of walls, children are raised by robots in a nursery-like environment. Although life there may seem dull, the children are full of potential and curiosity. It’s almost like a piece of heaven. On the other hand, the outside world is a hellish place, mostly devoid of any machinery and inhabited by powerful supernatural beings. Maru and Kiruko are searching for heaven as they crisscross the former Tokyo. But after so much searching, perhaps heaven is more of an unattainable dream than a potential reality.”
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