BIOHAZARD 2 DRAMA ALBUM ~The Little Runaway Sherry~ (バイオハザード2 ドラマアルバム ~小さな逃亡者・シェリー~ baiohazādo 2 dorama arubamu ~ chīsana tōbō-sha sherī ~?) is a Japanese radio play. The play was produced by Capcom's newly established in-house sound studio, Suleputer with writing tackled by the equally new creative writing studio, Flagship. The play aired in four parts on Radio Osaka's Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile from 7–28 February 1999.[1][note 1] Fans who bought CD copies when they came out were also entered into a lottery for three different types of prizes. The two A-Prize winners won limited-edition SEIKO-brand R-SUS watches, five B-Prize winners received MobyDick Tyrant figures and a promotional VHS, and a further 200 winners of the C-Prize won BIOHAZARD-themed wallets.[2]

Episode list

No. Name Airdate
1 "Two Girls" (二人の少女 futari no shōjo?) 7 February 1999
2 "Raccoon City Again..." (ラクーンシティ再び… rakūnshiti futatabi…?) 14 February 1999
3 "Sherry, the Devil's Child" (悪魔の子・シェリー akuma no ko sherī?) 21 February 1999
4 "Sherry, Live!" (シェリー、生きなさい! sherī, iki nasai?) 28 February 1999

Production

In late 1998 Capcom entered an agreement with Radio Osaka to produce a series of Flagship-written radio plays to air on their Sunday show, Iizuka Mayumi no MEGA-TON Smile. These plays were each cut into four to five parts, and would be aired throughout the month. These radio plays were Chōkō Senki Kikaiō, broadcast from 8–29 November; Street Fighter Zero 3, broadcast from from 6–27 December; Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Nijiiro-chō no Kiseki, broadcast from 3–31 January; The Little Runaway Sherry from 7–28 February, and concluding with BIOHAZARD 2 Drama Album ~The Female Spy Ada Lives~ from 7–28 March.[3] With Resident Evil 2 writer Noboru Sugimura busy handling scripts for Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil CODE:Veronica and Resident Evil 4, writing duties for The Little Runaway Sherry were instead tackled by Kyōko Sagiyama, Junichi Miyashita and Yasuyuki Suzuki, television writers familiar with Sugimura.

Cast

Cast
Character Actor Notes
Sherry (シェリー Sherī?) Mayumi Iizuka (飯塚雅弓) The 12-year old titular character.
Meg (メグ Megu?) Kotono Mitsuishi (三石琴乃) The 18-year old protagonist.
Finch (フィンチ Finchi?) Rokurō Naya (納谷六朗) Town Mayor.
Alan (アレン Aren?) Jun'ichi Sugawara (菅原淳一) A 35-year old sheriff.
Guy (ガイ Gai?) Kentarō Itō (伊藤健太郎) Sheriff Alan's assistant.
Jim (ジム Jimu?) Mitsuru Ogata (小形満) Meg's grandfather. Killed in Act 1.
Lewis (ルイス Ruisu?) Eiji Takemoto (竹本英史)
Male customer (男客 Otoko kyaku?) Kōhei Kowada (小和田貢平) Appears in Act 2
Shopgirl (女店員 On'na ten'in?) Yumiko Suzuki (鈴木由美子) Appears in Act 2
Narration (ナレーション Narēshon?) Rokurō Naya (納谷六朗)
Shopkeeper (店主 Tenshu?) Mitsuru Ogata (小形満) Appears in Act 2
Soldier (兵士 Heishi?) Eiji Takemoto (竹本英史) A checkpoint guard appearing in Act 2.
Voice on wireless (無線の声 Musen no koe?) Kōhei Kowada (小和田貢平) Appears in Act 2
Townsman 1 (町の男1 Machi no otoko 1?) Mitsuru Ogata (小形満) Appears in Act 3
Townsman 2 (町の男2 Machi no otoko 2?) Kōhei Kowada (小和田貢平) Appears in Act 3
Townswoman 1 (町の女1 Machi no on'na 1?) Yumiko Suzuki (鈴木由美子) Appears in Act 3
Townsperson 1 (町の人1 Machi no hito 1?) Eiji Takemoto (竹本英史) Appears in Act 3
Townsperson 2 (町の人2 Machi no hito 2?) Kōhei Kowada (小和田貢平) Appears in Act 3
Male resident (住人の男 Jūnin no otoko?) Eiji Takemoto (竹本英史) Appears in Act 4
Female resident (住人の女 Jūnin no on'na?) Yumiko Suzuki (鈴木由美子) Appears in Act 4

Crew

  • Executive Producer: Kenichi Tanaka
  • Producer: Mareo Yamada
  • A&R: Hidenori Shinohara
  • Scenario: FLAGSHIP
  • Director: Toshihiro Sato
  • Coordinator: Kisuke Koizumi (Jinnan Studio)
  • Sound Effects: Hiroki Nozaki (Onjjyuku)
  • Mixing Engineer: Hiroyasu Yamashita (Hiro Sound Technic)
  • Recording Studio: Jinnan Studio
  • Mastering Engineer: Yoshihiko Ando (Harion)
  • Mastering Studio: Harion
  • Music:
    • Capcom Sound Team
    • Yasunori Mitsuda (Procyon Studio)
    • Yoshitaka Hirota
  • Art Coordinator: Yoshiaki Hosoda (Sony Music Communications)
  • Art Designer: Masato Suzuki (Sony Music Communications)
    • Image Creator: Hideto Yasuda (Sony Music Communications)
  • Promoter: Yuka Fujiwara (Capcom)

Gallery

Sources

notes
  1. Due to Japanese dating customs, "Saturday 24:00-25:00" is actually Sunday morning.
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references
  1. カプコンのラジオドラマ / 次は「バイオ2」だ! (Japanese). nlab.itmedia.co.jp (27 December 1998). Retrieved on 2020-10-02.
  2. バイオハザード 2 ドラマアルバム ~小さな逃亡者シェリー~ (Japanese). suleputer.capcom.co.jp. Archived from the original on 2000-09-19. Retrieved on 2020-10-02.
  3. ヘッドライン (Japanese). capcom.co.jp. Archived from the original on 1999-10-08. Retrieved on 2020-01-02.

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