More information recently surfaced about Mix, an upcoming anime based on Mitsuru Adachi’s baseball manga about siblings striving toward success and the ultimate goal of the national tournament. The series officially premieres in Japan on April 6, and the news was quickly followed up with a new key visual and cast addition.
The latest cast member to be revealed is Kana Hanazawa (Akane in Psycho-Pass), who will voice Haruka Ōyama. She joins a cast that consists of Yuuki Kaji as Tōma Tachibana, Yūma Uchida as Sōichirō Tachibana, Maaya Uchida as Otomi Tachibana, and Noriko Hidaka as Minami Asakura, a role that carries over from the Touch anime adaptation.
Here’s the new visual:
Odahiro Watanabe (Tokyo Ghoul:re) directs the anime, with Atsuhiro Tomioka (Ace Attorney) overseeing the script writing work of Tatsuto Higuchi, Kenichi Yamada, Yoshifumi Fukushima, and Chinatsu Houjou at anime studio OLM. Character design adaptations come from Takao Maki, and Dragon Ball Super‘s Norihito Sumitomo is in charge of music composition.