Miyuri Shimabukuro, Kana Ichinose, Akio Otsuka, Sumire Uesaka, and Hiroshi Kamiya are also included the 24-episode series' voice cast. The Netflix release, of course, is an English version of the series that premiered back in April via Fuju TV's +Ultra division.
Australian production team FNZ, who worked extensively with Denzel Curry on TA1300 and Zuu, spoke with Complex back in June about how they connected in the first place. Per FNZ's Zac, their collaborative relationship began thanks to their manager Rees.
"Rees was assigned to us on the publishing side, so he was setting up sessions for us with writers, and then that kind of organically just kind of turned into him being our manager," Zac told Complex. "Denzel was the main artist that he was messing with, and then he approached us and was like, 'I've got this kid, I'd love for you guys to help out on this project.' That project was Imperial. That was the first time working with Denzel, and we kept that going ever since."
Earlier this month, Denzel launched his Carolmart online shopping hub of Zuu-era merch pieces including a fleece bundle and more.