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Freezing Manga's TV Anime Confirmed for Next Spring

posted on 2010-08-12 22:38 EDT
Lim Dal-Young, Kim Kwang-Hyun's story about students trained to fight dimensional attackers

The official website of the Freezing franchise has confirmed that a television anime adaptation of Lim Dal-Young and Kim Kwang-Hyun's manga will premiere in Japan in Spring of 2011. The production company Media Factory also made the announcement at its Comic Market 78 booth at the Tokyo Big Sight event center on Friday. The story revolves around Kazuya, a boy who lost his sister in humankind's fight against beings from another dimension. He enrolls in Genetics, a military academy for combat training against the dimensional beings. There, a group of girls known as "Pandora" prepare to fight the unknown enemy.

The manga has been running in Kill Time Communication's Comic Valkyrie magazine since 2006, and the seventh compiled book volume shipped in March.

Image © 2011 Lim Dal-Young, Kim Kwang-Hyun, Artrim Media, Kill Time Communication/Freezing Production Committee


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