Interest Things Look Serious in Production I.G's Idolish 7 Music Video Clip
posted on 2017-03-17 21:45 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
Last month, the official Twitter account for the Idolish 7 multimedia franchise announced that Production I.G is producing the anime music video for the single "Mission" by the group Re:Vale. The company revealed a 30-second clip of the music video on Thursday, and it looks like the video's plot is pretty serious. Explosions? Serious Internet usage? A really smug-looking guy wearing glasses? All of that pops up in the short teaser.
Clothing company Osare Company, Inc. is designing the costumes worn in the music video.
Re:vale is a duo introduced to the game last year and is made up of characters Momo (voiced by Sōichiro Hoshi) and Yuki (voiced by Shinnosuke Tachibana).
The idol group's "RESTART POiNTER," "MEMORiES MELODiES," and "Monster Generation" tracks and their rival group Trigger's track "Leopard Eyes" were also animated.
The fictional idol group is inspiring an anime series animated by Troyca.
The game recently launched its third part last month with the new idol group ŹOOĻ. The group is made up of four members: Haruka Isumi (Yūya Hirose), Tōma Inumaru (Subaru Kimura), Minami Natsumi (Kōtarō Nishiyama), and Torao Midō (Takashi Kondo). The group's catchphrase is "Madness and destruction, tetrarchia."
Bandai Namco Online made the Idolish 7 "dramatic rhythm action" iOS and Android game with music in collaboration with Lantis. The player assumes the role of Tsumugi Takanashi, a manager for a new idol group. She must train seven male singers — each with their own individual personalities — to turn them into the No. 1 idols. The game features full voicing of the dialogue by the cast.
The multimedia project celebrated its one-year anniversary with the release of its i7 album last August.
The project has included multiple manga adaptations. Arina Tanemura (Full Moon O Sagashite, Phantom Thief Jeanne), the project's original character designer, drew the Idolish 7 TRIGGER -before The Radiant Glory- manga with a story by Bunta Tsushimi, and the pair launched Idolish 7 MEZZO: Murasaki Ao no Hekireki in Hakusensha's LaLaDX magazine in October. Nokoshi Yamada launched another manga on Hakusensha's "Hana Lala online" site in July 2015. Tsushimi also launched the novelization on the Web Hakusensha Novels site at the end of July 2015.