Doctor Elise Anime Unveils Festive Christmas teaser and Voice Drama Preview
On December 23, the Doctor Elise anime series revealed a special Christmas illustration and announced an accompanying voice drama. The key visual and voice drama feature central characters Elise and Linden, portrayed by Yui Ishikawa and Yohei Azakami in both the anime and voice drama, respectively.
The Christmas illustration depicts Elise gazing through a window at a lavishly adorned Christmas tree while Linden stands behind her, placing his coat on her. Elise appears joyful amid the holiday festivity, contrasting with Linden’s more serious demeanor, seemingly more focused on Elise than the seasonal cheer.
The two-minute voice drama showcases an emotional conversation between the characters, although it’s in Japanese without English subtitles, making it challenging for non-Japanese speakers to grasp the dialogue. According to official sources, the voice drama delves into the romantic tale of Elise and Linden, narrating their escape from a royal palace party on a snowy Christmas night, aligning with the illustrated scene.
Additionally, the series boasts a cast featuring Yoshimasa Hosoya as Graham and other notable voice actors like Satoshi Hino, Daisuke Ono, Hiro Shimono, Soma Saito, Megumi Han, and Kazuhiko Inoue. However, it’s uncertain if this constitutes the entire cast lineup.
Directed by Kumiko Habara at Maho Film studios, with series composition by Deko Akao, the anime features Yuko Watabe’s character designs and the associate production of Kakao Entertainment Corp. Satoshi Shibata serves as the art director, Aki Watanabe manages the color design, and Yukina Nomura is the director of photography. Noriyoshi Konuma undertakes the role of sound director, with Yui Ando handling sound effects, and Ken Ito composing the music.
The series is set to premiere on January 10 at 9:30 p.m. JST on AT-X channel and will later air on Tokyo MX, BS NTV, and Kantele. Streaming starts on the d Anime Store at 10 p.m. JST the same day, followed by availability on various platforms in Japan beginning January 15.
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