Novelist Gen Urobuchi’s 2009 novel “Eisenflügel” has been decided to be made into a theatrical animation. In the teaser PV that was released simultaneously, “Airplane and Dragon” was drawn in the vast sky, and the characters’ expressions spun in the play by Yuki Kajiura.
The staff as general director. Directed by Daizen Komatsuda, he works with A-1 Pictures to create a powerful image of the air battle chase between the dragon and the aircraft, which is the cornerstone of this work.
The character designs are by Takashi Takeuchi, who has worked on ‘Fate/stay the night, ‘Fate/Grand Order, and ‘Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-.’
General Director: Seiji Mizushima
Director: Daizen Komatsuda
Character draft: Takashi Takeuchi (TYPE-MOON)
Screenplay: Yukie Sugawara, Seiji Mizushima
Character design: Keigo Sasaki
Mechanical design: Kanetake Ebikawa, Takayuki Yanase, Bunyo Katagai
Dragon design: Tatsuya Yoshikawa
Setting research: Seiichi Shirato
Music: Yuki Kajiura
Production: A-1 Pictures
A time when the skies still belonged to dragons with enormous wings. In the Republic of Silvana, where memories of a fierce battle with a neighboring country a few years ago are still fresh, some challenged the speed of the dragons to wrest supremacy in the sky. A pilot with unparalleled piloting ability, Karl Schnitz drives the world’s first jet engine-equipped aircraft, Blitzvogel, and flies at a speed that exceeds the fastest dragon, Kaiser Drache. Challenge the realm of Why do humans challenge?-This is the story of a single “dream” where a man fights for freedom.