At the Eureka 7
press conference in Japan, it was announced that Eureka 7
is being co-produced by Bandai Entertainment
(BEI). This is a joint project between the two companies, and while Bones created the title and is handling the creative aspects, BEI is serving an advisorial role in the process.
oriented TV series, featuring mechanical designs by Shoji Kawamori
, will premiere on Japanese television on April 17th and will run for 50 half-hour episodes. Tomoki Kyoda
is the director.
In addition to the TV series, a Eureka 7
manga is to begin serialization in the March issue of Shounen Ace
and a Eureka 7
PlayStation 2 game is due to be released this summer.Bandai Entertainment
will release Eureka 7
in North America, however they have not announced when.