Developed from a play written by Bun-O Fujisawa, “Mars Red” is a period horror animated series. The story takes place in a context of rapid economic and cultural progress in Japan, following the country’s victory in the First World War. Vampires have been around for quite some time, and various governments around the world have created vampire branches in the military. The Japanese government does the same when the number of vampires begins to increase in the country. This branch, the Code Zero Unit, is led by Yoshinobu Maeda. On March 29, 2021, Funimation previewed the English subtitled and dubbed versions of Episode 1, a week before the Japanese broadcast. Here’s everything you need to know about the next episode of “Mars Red.”
Mars Red Episode 6 Release Date
Episode 6 of “Mars Red,” titled “The Last Blue Sky,” will air on May 11, 2021 on ytv, Tokyo MX, Chūkyō TV, and CS Family Gekijo. To commemorate its 50th anniversary, Yomiuri-TV Enterprise LTD has developed ‘Mars Red’ in collaboration with Funimation. Studio Signal.MD created the animation, with Kouhei Hatano and Shinya Sadamitsu as directors and Junichi Fujisaku as lead screenwriter. Kemuri Karakara originally designed the characters. Yukari Takeuchi later adapted the works from Karakara. Toshiyuki Muranaka composed the music. Wagakki’s group sang the opening song “Seimei no Aria”, while Hyde sang the closing song “ON MY OWN”.
Where to watch Mars Red season 1 online?
Viewers in the US, Canada, Ireland and the UK can watch episodes of “Mars Red” with original Japanese sound and English subtitles on Funimation. Versions with subtitles in Portuguese and Spanish will also be available on the platform for its Latin American viewers. Residents of Scandinavian countries can watch the series with English subtitles on Wakanim. Versions with French, Russian and German subtitles can also be viewed on the streaming site. Viewers in Australia and New Zealand can watch the English subtitled versions on animelab.
Mars Red episode 6 spoilers
In episode 5, Maeda recovers in a hospital, where Aoi visits her to ask her about human combustion. Meanwhile, the Japanese government imports S-class vampires from Britain, apparently making Sonosuke Nakajima’s vampire unit obsolete. Maeda and Misaki are revealed to have had a connection in the past. Maeda goes to the auditorium and meets Deffrot.
Rufus poisons all S-class vampires with the special strain of virus V. When the Code Zero Unit infiltrates the hideout, they find all high-ranking vampires dead. However, countless low-ranking vampires are now lost in the city. The Code Zero Unit kills as many as possible, but that’s not enough. That’s when Nakajima’s true plan comes to light: a special unit of vampires arrives on a train. They quickly eliminate all the people who transformed the British vampires. In episode 6, Maeda could meet with the general to get explanations. Code Zero could still be used to investigate cases, while the armored unit will be the government’s enforcer.