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Satelight's M3 ~Sono Kuroki Hagane~ Promo Features la la larks' Ending Theme

posted on 2014-04-03 13:00 EDT
Anime from Sailor Moon's Satō, anohana's Okada, Macross' Kawamori premiering April 21

Music production company Flying Dog began streaming a second promotional video on Thursday for the spring anime series M3 - Sono Kuroki Hagane-. The video features the show's ending theme "ego-izm" by la la larks.

The ensemble drama story follows eight boys and girls in the science-fiction setting of near-future Tokyo. The tagline on the website reads, "On the night of falling stars, they … heard that song…."

The website gives the following story introduction:

There is distorted, deep blackness everywhere.

That place, in which blackness swallowed everything and took away everything, has become known as the avidya zone.

Strange beings assume the very form of the despair and chaos of humanity.

They are known by this name: Imashime.

An expedition surveys the avidya zone which consumes human spirits.

So, in the intricate intersection between the present in impending crisis and the destiny of the past … can eight boys and girls, assembled to confront the Imashime, find the bright future that lies before the avidya zone?

The cast includes (from left to right in image):

Junichi Sato (Sailor Moon, Kaleido Star, Aria franchise) is directing the project at the studio Satelight (Macross Frontier, Bodacious Space Pirates), and Mari Okada (anohana, Nagi no Asukara) is in charge of the scripts. Shoji Kawamori (Macross franchise, Cyber Formula franchise) is working on the mecha designs.

Hideki Inoue (Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth - The Animation, Grenadier) is adapting artist Onigunsō's original character designs for animation. Takatoshi Hamano (Futari wa Milky Holmes, ToHeart2, Utawarerumono) is directing the sound at Magic Capsule, and Hajime Sakita is composing the soundtrack. Singer May'n is performing the opening theme song "Re:Remember." Flying Dog is producing the music.

The series will premiere on April 21 on Tokyo MX TV and other channels. A manga adaptation will premiere in Mag Garden's Monthly Comic Blade on April 30.

Images © Junichi Sato, Mari Okada, Satelight/M3 Project


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