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Assassination Classroom Anime Film's Runtime, New Visual Revealed

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Compilation film listed at 92 minutes; Koro-sensei Q! listed with 12 10-minute episodes

The official website for the Gekijōban Ansatsu Kyōshitsu: 365-Nichi no Jikan (Assassination Classroom The Movie: 365 Days) compilation anime film unveiled a new visual for the film on Monday. Fuji Creative's English website lists the film as 92 minutes long.

Fuji Creative also lists the Koro-sensei Q! anime, which will screen alongside the film, with 12 10-minute episodes.

The following image contains spoilers for Matsui's original manga.

Like the previous visual, this new one also shows Nagisa and Karma seven years after the manga's climax, sitting in their former classroom with Koro-sensei.

The 46th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on Monday that the original story included in the film takes place before the class reunion depicted at the end of the manga, seven years after the manga's climax. Matsui supervised all aspects of the film's script.

Gekijōban Ansatsu Kyōshitsu: 365-Nichi no Jikan will screen in a limited screening event starting on November 19. The compilation film is screening alongside an anime adaptation of Jō Aoto and Kizuku Watanabe's Koro-sensei Q! (Koro Teacher Quest!) spinoff manga series.

Watanabe and Aoto began the Koro-sensei Q! spinoff series in Shueisha's Saikyō Jump in October 2015. In the manga Koro-sensei is a demon king in a world of swords and sorcery.

Studio Lerche, the television anime's staff, and the television anime's cast are all returning to work on both films.

The first 22-episode season of the Assassination Classroom anime premiered in Japan in January 2015, and the second season premiered in January 2016 and ended in July. The manga ended in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in March.

The original manga also inspired two live-action films, the second of which premiered in Japan on March 25.

Source: MoCa News

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