With just a week before Netflix’s adaptation of Marc Millar & Leinil Yu‘s Super crooks begins to swindle, plot, and make their way through our streaming screens, viewers get a glimpse of the OP (opening or opening credits) of the anime. Based on the original graphic novel by Millar and Yu, the 13-episode series is directed by Motonobu Hori, with Dai sato as a writer and editor of stories, and Towa Tei composition. Yu oversaw the character designs created by Takashi mitani, with the Overkill Heist story featuring the super-villain side of the lush things Bones produced.
Now here’s a look at the opening credits of Netflix Super crooks, with “Alpha” by TOWA TEI (with Taprikk Sweezee) adding a fluid and funky vibe to the proceedings as our villains seek to take down a bigger ‘big bad’ crime boss:
Here’s a preview of the official Millennials Super-heist trailer, featuring Netflix Super crooks ready to fly your streaming screens on November 25:
Luck was never on their side, but this bunch of little crooks with superpowers recruited by none other than Johnny Bolt rolls the dice in one final heist. Their target: an overpowered and ruthless crime boss. What can go wrong? Based on the graphic novel of the same name by comic book legend Mark Millar, this overkill heist story about eight super-villains is action-packed and told in 13, 30-minute episodes, richly produced by Bones.
The full English voiceover cast includes Johnny Bolt – Jonas scott; Kasey Ann – Abby trott; The bastard – Jason marnocha; Carmine / The Heat – Doug Stone; The gladiator – Beautiful Billingslea; Josh / The Phantom – Bill butts; TK McCabe – Bill rogers; Roddy Diesel – Bruno Olivier; Sammy Diesel – Ben pronski; The Praetorian – Douglas Douglas; and forecasts – Zeno Robinson. The full Japanese voiceover cast includes Johnny Bolt – Kenjiro Tsuda; Kasey Ann – Maya sakamoto; Christophe Matts – Hiroshi yanaka; Carmine / The Heat – Yasushi Kimura; The gladiator – Pierre Taki; Josh / The Phantom – Junichi Suwabe; Salamander – Hisao egawa; TK McCabe – Eiji Takemoto; Roddy Diesel – Tetsu Inada; Sammy Diesel – Subaru Kimura; The Praetorian – Wataru hatano; and forecasts – KENN.
In June, Millar also announced that the streaming service was advancing in a live-action series based on Super crooks when he also revealed that Jupiter’s legacy would not continue as an ongoing series with a second season. “I’m really proud of what the team has accomplished with ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ and the incredible work everyone has done during this original season,” Millar said in a statement on Twiter. “I’ve been asked a lot what we are planning with this world and the answer is see what the villains do. I’ve always loved the crime stories from Scorsese to Tarantino and the villains are always the part. funniest in any superhero story. Doing something exclusively focused on the villains they fight feels incredibly fresh as we explore what it’s like to be a villain in a world teeming with good guys who want you put in jail. “
Millar continued, “’Jupiter’s Legacy’ is a large and rich space with a lot of characters to tap into and so I’m happy to share that our next step here is a live-action version of the ‘Supercrooks’ comic that I created. with Leinil Francis Yu a few years ago. Considering the next step, we have made the difficult decision to leave our incredible cast out of their engagement in the show as we continue to thoughtfully develop all areas of the saga “Jupiter’s Legacy.” Confident we’ll get to that later and just want to thank you for your continued support and the cast and crew who made this look so so. Great.”