Deep Insanity: The Lost Child

Edit
What would you like to edit?
 

Alternative Titles

Japanese: Deep Insanity THE LOST CHILD
English: Deep Insanity: The Lost Child
More titles

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 13, 2021 to Dec 29, 2021
Premiered: Fall 2021
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: SILVER LINK.
Source: Other
Genre: Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 5.561 (scored by 1016110,161 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #107762
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3151
Members: 37,032
Favorites: 236

External Links

5.56
Ranked #10776Popularity #3151Members 37,032
Add to List
Episodes: /12
* Your list is public by default.

Synopsis

Madness and unawakening sleep, Randolph syndrome.

This new illness is slowly but steadily approaching humanity, caused by the huge underground world Asylum that appeared in Antarctica. There are strange creatures different from the earth, and unknown resources. People bet their lives on the depths of the mysterious new world to get huge wealth, organizational plots, or their own ambitions.

And here alone, a young man with a wish in his heart is trying to challenge the front line of Asylum.

(Source: MAL News)

Background

No background information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding background information here.

Characters & Voice Actors

Mochinoki, Sumire

Supporting
Hondo, Kaede
Japanese

Ron, Blake

Supporting
Ono, Yuuki
Japanese

Karateka

Supporting

Jiryo

Supporting

Hayden

Supporting
Suzuki, Ryouta
Japanese

Staff

Oonuma, Shin
Director
Gou, Fumiyuki
Sound Director
Hoshino, Misuzu
Episode Director
Shimoyama, Kento
Script, Series Composition


Edit

Opening Theme

Preview
Spotify
Apple Music
Amazon Music
Youtube Music
"Inochi no Tomoshibi (命の灯火)" by Konomi Suzuki
Edit

Ending Theme




Dec 28, 2021
Wosee (All reviews)
The story starts with the 1st episode establishing the setting,then 1 episode each for everyone of the main cast to be fleshed out and establish the bond with the MC,while the rest is about unveiling the plot.

All the important characters are fleshed out a lot,expect for the main villain sadly,the main character starts pretty weak but develops pretty well and has good pay off to his development and so does fleshing out his bonds with the others.

If you can get past the horrible CG with the mostly bad animation,which admittedly is a pretty big hurdle then you are left with a decent cast of characters,a read more
Dec 28, 2021
KANLen09 (All reviews)
Spoilers be warned, though I find no incentive of hiding the full fact from all of you.

Just who was this show made for, other than to promote Square Enix's brand new IP: Deep Insanity? No, not one, it seems. In all circumstances, this show is just outright horrible on every angle, and this is a classic case study of how NOT to formulate an anime that wastes everyone's time and money, resources of which are timeless and cannot be earned back.

For one, Deep Insanity hinges very heavily on its mixed-media themes, because without the context of either one of them, you would be very lost, read more
Jan 1, 2022
FlexySpagoot (All reviews)
Deep Insanity: The Lost Child is the epitome of a "bad" show. It has a boring plot, looks ugly, and weird pacing and structure. Part of my dissatisfaction is likely due to the fact that the show was nothing like I thought it would be originally. The little synopsis given before the show aired sounded a lot more gritty and interesting. The actual show, was not. Whether that's the show's fault or mine, or if that even matters, is up to you.

If I was to sum up the story in one word it would just be "bad." It's really that simple, it starts out read more
Jan 28, 2022
Jet_Suzuyaki (All reviews)
It's quite complicated to talk about Deep Insanity as it is so uneven.

Indeed we find a very complex scenario but once it is finished it makes sense. Sometimes it's even too complex and tries to make things confusing where they don't need to be, but the scenario remains relatively readable and not unpleasant to follow.

In the same way we have interesting characters to see evolve and develop, especially one whose name I won't mention to keep the surprise for those who haven't seen the anime. But here again the development of the characters is only interesting when it's set up, once that's done everything is read more

Recommendations


Recent News

Fall 2021 Simulcast List [Update 12/26]

Fall 2021 Simulcast List [Update 12/26]

In this thread, you'll find a comprehensive list of anime acquired for simulcast release during the Fall 2021 season. Anime series licensed for home video relea...read more

'Deep Insanity: The Lost Child' Reveals Additional Cast, Staff Members, First Promo

'Deep Insanity: The Lost Child' Reveals Additional Cast, Staff Members, First Promo

The official website of the television anime Deep Insanity: The Lost Child revealed on Friday the supporting cast, additional staff members, first key visual (pictur...read more


Recent Forum Discussion

This is just a wasted of time
DAN1765 - Dec 28, 2021
7 replies by bastek66 »»
May 7, 2:58 PM
Why such a low rating?
EstebanOD - Dec 21, 2021
13 replies by Foreall908 »»
Apr 19, 1:40 PM
Poll: Deep Insanity: The Lost Child Episode 5 Discussion
Stark700 - Nov 9, 2021
12 replies by astralkill00 »»
Mar 7, 11:19 PM
Poll: Deep Insanity: The Lost Child Episode 4 Discussion
Stark700 - Nov 2, 2021
14 replies by astralkill00 »»
Mar 7, 11:16 AM
Poll: Deep Insanity: The Lost Child Episode 2 Discussion
Stark700 - Oct 19, 2021
32 replies by astralkill00 »»
Mar 6, 4:56 AM