Denpa teki na Kanojo Anime Promo Video Streamed

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Anime of novels by Kure-nai creators to ship with Kure-nai manga in Japan in May

The official website for Shueisha's Jump Dash Bunko imprint has begun streaming a promotional video for the anime version of Kentarō Katayama's Denpa teki na Kanojo light novels. The story centers on a belligerent delinquent named Jū Jūzawa and a strange girl named Ame Ochibana who suddenly vows complete loyalty to him. "Denpa teki na Kanojo" or literally, "electromagnetic girlfriend," refers to the denpa-kei sub-genre of stories that imply bizarre behaviors are caused by electromagnetic waves. The video, which was originally screened at last month's Jump Festa event, features the theme song "Taiyō" (Sun) by Tenohira of bitter sweet music.

The 40-minute anime will ship with the third volume of the Kure-nai manga on May 1. Both Denpa teki na Kanojo and Kure-nai had originated as light novels written by Katayama and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto under the Super Dash Bunko imprint, and these two light novel projects take place in the same story world.

Source: Saishin Anime Jōhō

Image © Kentarō Katayama, Yamato Yamamoto/Shueisha

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