In an alternate version of Japan, superhumans from all different forms of fiction now coexist with humans: witches, kaiju, cyborgs, and even youkai. Some use their powers for criminal acts, some use them for heroic acts, and some even use them to just live normal lives. With the introduction of these new superhumans, the Japanese government formed the Superhuman Bureau: a team of individuals who overlook and protect them. The story follows Jiro Hitoyoshi, a member of this bureau, and what his grand purpose really is in all of this. Is what he's doing with the bureau good or is he no better than the criminal superhumans he keeps in check?
Did You Know?
Jiro Hitoyoshi's character is a throwback to Jiro, the main protagonist of Kikaider. Not only do they share names, but in episode 3, he's seen playing an acoustic guitar, which is what Jiro from Kikaider is always seen carrying on his back. Jiro Hitoyoshi is also seen playing guitar on the album cover of Concrete Revolutio's soundtrack. See more
Both ending themes have individual title cards for each character, in which they present the characters in action. This is a callback to the unit director, Norimitsu Suzuki's, other work. Notably his work on the ending themes of UN-GO, Soul Eater, and Fullmetal Alchemist from studio Bones, which feature similar traits. See more
Written and Performed by Yohske Yamamoto featuring Nami Tamaki See more