The latest key visual for Ei Aoki’s ID: INVADED has been revealed ahead of the anime’s Winter 2020 debut, and it’s a special one! Why? We’re revealing it to you exclusively, before Japan!
This new key art was designed specifically for Western audiences through close collaboration between KADOKAWA, the ID: INVADED creative team and Funimation. The art invites viewers into the mind of a killer, a core component of the series.
We see main character Sakaido standing in front of himself, jacked into Mizuhanome, a machine that sends its user into a well — a virtual recreation of a serial killer’s mindscape. These are often mind-bending worlds Sakaido explores in an effort to solve a murder or track a killer.
The first two episodes of the series premiered in December to positive buzz from fans on social media. We can’t wait to see what ID: INVADED has in store this season!
Welcome to Kura, an organization that investigates crime using the Mizuhanome system which senses the drive to kill. Sakaido is a brilliant detective and pilot of the Mizuhanome. To solve a case, he enters the world of the killer’s unconscious mind: the id well. In the shadows of brutal and puzzling cases lurks John Walker, the Serial Killer Creator. Where will Sakaido’s pursuit lead?
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