‘Revisions’ Anime: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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Revisions - Picture: Netflix

Revisions – Picture: Netflix

April was another good month for anime for Netflix with the release of titles such as Season 2 of BAKI and Ingress the Animation. May will continue the Original anime releases with the highly anticipated release of Revisions. So while many of our subscribers should be revising for their exams, set aside some time to revise on Revisions instead. Here’s everything we know about the latest Original anime, including the plot, cast, trailer, and release date. 

Revisions is an upcoming Netflix Original mecha-anime series created by Makoto Fukami and Taichi Hashimoto. The series has already debuted in Japan before its global release on Netflix.

Revisions isn’t based on any known source material but definitely has been inspired by the numerous Mecha franchises. To coincide with the release of the anime series, a manga was also released.

What is the plot of Revisions?

Second-year high school student Daisuke Toujima was abducted when he was a young child. Involved in a special phenomenon called the Shibuya Drift, he and his childhood friends Gai, Ru, Marimari, and Keisaku were transferred to the center of Shibuya over 300 years into the future. The world they once knew has changed. What awaits them is ruins, wilderness, and the Revisions, a cyborg species intent on killing. Now they have a responsibility to Shibuya. Can they save the city? Will Daisuke be able to return home to his original time? We’ll see.

Who is in the cast of Revisions?

The following cast members have been confirmed for Revisions:

Role Cast Member Where have I seen/heard them before?
Daisuke Dojima Koki Uchiyama Charlotte | The Anthem of the Heart | Guilty Crown
Milo Mikako Komatsu Kemurikusa | Gundam Build Fighters | Re:Creators
Chang Gai Steiner Nobunaga Shimazaki Your Name | Free! | Baki
Chang Lu Steiner Rie Takahashi Keijo | Witchy PreCure! | Comet Lucifer
Marin Temari Manaka Iwami Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms | Tada Never Falls in Love | Tsuki ga Kirei
Keisaku Asano Soma Saito Akashic Records of Bastard Magical Instructor | Terror in Resonance | Kado: The Right Answer
Chiharu Isurugi Yoko Hikasa Little Witch Academia | The Seven Deadly Sins | Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
Mukyu Isurugi Yukari Tamura Naruto Shippuden | Lost Song | Magical Gitl Lyrical Nanoha
Nicholas Sato Hochu Otsuka Naruto Shippuden | Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind | Kamen Rider Den-O
Mikio Dojima Takahiro Sakurai Code Geass | Mr Osomatsu | Psycho-Pass

What about the English cast?

After searching for more information online, the English voice cast has been listed in the credits.

Is there any manga coverage of Revisions?

The first issue of Revisions was issued by Monthly Shonen Sirius on November 28th, 2018. Each chapter is released monthly with the Revisions manga still ongoing today.

What is the animation style of Revisions?

Revisions has been animated by the animation studio Shirogumi. The art style behind Revisions isn’t a traditional art style most anime fans favor. CGI animation has become increasingly used by animation studios and Revisions has followed suit.


How many episodes are there for Revisions season 1?

The first season of Revisions will arrive with 12 episodes!

What are the episode run times?

Each episode has an approximate run time of 25 minutes.

Is there a trailer for Revisions?

We’re less than a week away, and Netflix has yet to release their own trailer. Regardless, there is an English-dubbed trailer to enjoy!

When is the release date for Revisions Season 1?

Revisions will debut on Netflix on Tuesday, the 14th of May! This was confirmed in a tweet by Netflix’s sci-fi Twitter account NX:

Are you looking forward to the release of Revisions? Let us know in the comments below.

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.