Cells at work is a Japanese manga series written and exemplified by Akane Shimizu. It is composed of the anthropomorphic cells of the human body, and the two main actors are the common red blood cells and leukocytes. Since January 2015, the cartoon has been published in Kodansha Monthly Shonen Sirius Manga Magazine, which was licensed in North America by Kodansha USA.
The adaptation of the animated series by David Production will run from July to September 2018. The theatrical animation is called “Hataraku Saibo !!” Saikyō no Teki, Futatabi. Karada no Naka was “Cho” Osawagi! Premiered in September 2020. The Second Season is planned to hit the screen in January 2021. And, Adaptation of the animated series “Cells at Work” is also slated to premiere in January 2021.
This story takes place in the human body, and trillions of anthropomorphic cells play a role in maintaining the health of the body. This article series focuses on these two cells. Inexperienced red blood cells AE3803, which are often lost during childbirth, and malignant white blood cells U-1146, which fight invading microorganisms.
• Erythrocyte / Red Blood Cell: Voiced by Kana Hanazawa: Cherami Leigh (English)
Freshly worked red blood cells release oxygen, carbon dioxide, and various nutrients throughout the body. He found neutrophils, saved them from pneumococcal bacteria.
• Neutrophil / White Blood Cell: Voiced by Tomoaki Maeno (Japanese); Billy Kametz (English)
This is a type of white blood cell that kills pathogens that infect the body. Her work was rough and reckless, but very soft and tender. When he was a young man at school, he saved AE3803 from bacteria after being injured while playing sports.
• Killer T Cell: Voiced By Daisuke Ono (Japanese); Robbie Daymond (English)
It is a type of white blood cell that recognizes and kills various foreign objects and unhealthy cells. He was aggressive, arrogant, and noisy, and killed pathogens and unhealthy cells ruthlessly.
• Platelet: Voiced by Maria Naganawa (Japanese); Xanthe Huynh (English)
It is a type of cell that repairs the body after various injuries. Because of their small size, their cages are described as children and act as a team to build and repair a body. Platelets serve as their leader, and he is most actively involved in the show.