Anime series ‘Synduality: Noir’ streams on Disney+ July 11 

Watch along as humans flee their underground city in a desperate attempt to reclaim their lives on the surface in “Synduality: Noir,” a new anime series coming July 11 exclusively to Disney+.

Set in the year 2242, “Synduality: Noir” follows a group of humans forced deep underground in the wake of a terrible catastrophe known as the “Tears of the New Moon” incident. After life in their underground city begins to collapse, humans are once again pushed to the surface, where a threat known as the Enders roam, looking to kill any humans they discover. 

With their lives at risk, groups of people have come together to create tight-knit settlements in various locations on the surface, relying on unique energy sources to power them and keep them safe. But with resources ever-dwindling, a group of brave individuals known as Drifters venture out into the open, battling the Enders and mining energy sources.

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Starring an incredible voice cast including Takeo Otsuka as Kanata; Aoi Koga as Noir; Nagisa Aoyama as Ciel; Yusuke Kobayashi as Tokio; Fuminori Komatsu as Mouton; Konomi Inagaki as Ellie; Ayaka Ohashi as Ange; Taito Ban as Black Mask and M.A.O as Schnee; “Synduality: Noir” is directed by Yusuke Yamamoto and is animated and produced by Eight Bit.

“Synduality: Noir” is an anime from the large-scale science fiction project “Synduality,” presented by the Bandai Namco Group.

Fans of anime can sign up to Disney+ today to enjoy access to other exciting titles including “Tokyo Revengers: Christmas Showdown Arc,” about a reformed bad boy who uses his newly acquired powers to time travel back and save his high school girlfriend from being murdered; “Summer Time Rendering” about a suspicious death on a tranquil island; “Tatami Time Machine Blues,” a funny six-part series about a college student who uses a time machine for a mundane purpose; as well as unlimited access to a library full of not-to-be-missed content and titles.

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