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News Super Sentai Actor Shōei Inspires Web Anime Shorts
posted on 2012-02-13 15:45 EST
NTT Communications is currently streaming the first episode in a new series of web anime shorts titled Project Show-A. The series is inspired by the Super Sentai actor Shōei. Shōei is best known for his role as Gouki/GingaBlue in Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, a role he has reprised for other Super Sentai series and films.
Shōei himself stars in the anime shorts as the character Show-A. The first episode of the shorts was posted on Friday. The first episode revolves around a shy elementary student named Shōei-kun who turns into Show-A when he gets excited.
Source: Kotaku Japan
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