News Kure-nai TV Anime's Promo Movie Streamed (Updated)
posted on 2007-12-28 15:09 EST by Egan Loo
The official Japanese website of the Kure-nai television anime series has begun streaming a promotional movie. (In the linked page's lefthand column, select the top button.) The website has also posted an audio recording of the Kure-nai stage show at last weekend's Jump Festa 2008 event in Japan. (In the linked page's lefthand column, select the bottom button.) The anime will premiere in Japan in April.
The light novelist Kentarō Katayama created the original story about a high school boy named Shinkurō Kurenai and Murasaki, the powerful Kuhōin syndicate's seven-year-old heir that Kurenai swore to protect and watch over. The anime adaptation was confirmed in August, and the novels' original illustrator Yamato Yamamoto began the manga adaptation in Shueisha's premiere issue of Jump Square magazine in November.
Source: Moon Phase
Image © Kentarō Katayama, Yamato Yamamoto/Shueisha, Kure-nai Production Committee
Update: Link to promo movie updated.