Dive Into The Minds of Serial Killers In The New “ID: INVADED” Anime Series

The mind of a killer is a dangerous place.

Updated 4:21pm 1/5/2020 for easier reading

A new anime series asks, what is the mind of a killer truly like? ID: INVADED is a newly released anime series directed by Ei Aoki and written by Ōtarō Maijō. The series follows a genius detective, now locked in prison, diving into the minds of killers using a special device. The series promises twists and turns as a grander mystery unfolds.

ID: INVADED | Official Trailer 3:

Welcome to Kura, an organization that investigates crime using the Mizuhanome, a system that senses the drive to kill.

Meet Sakaido, brilliant detective and pilot of the Mizuhanome. To solve the case he enters the world of the killer’s unconscious mind: the id well, made from their drive to kill.

In the shadows of their brutal and puzzling cases lurks John Walker, the Serial Killer Creator. Where will his pursuit lead?


Sounds like viewers will be in for a thriller!

ID: INVADED is streaming now on Funimation, with its first two episodes already up.

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