A Channel, Tono to Issho, Zombie, Level E Promos Streamed
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The official website for the television anime adaptation of bb Kuroda's A Channel four-panel manga began streaming a promotional video on Wednesday. The story revolves around the everyday life of four high school girls: the flighty Run, the reckless Tōru, the timid Yūko, and the level-headed Nagi. The anime will premiere next April.
The official website for the anime adaptation of Ohba-Kai's Tono to Issho gag comedy manga began streaming a 153-second promotional video for Tono to Issho Zokuhen, the tentatively named second television anime series. The story centers around the humorous exploits of generals from Japan's tumultuous sengoku (Era of the Warring States) period. The sequel will premiere next April.
Kadokawa Shoten's website for the Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? television anime series has also begun streaming the second 115-second promotional video for the anime on Tuesday. The anime will premiere in Japan on January 10.
In Shinichi Kimura's original light novel series, a lazy high school boy named Ayumu Aikawa gets killed during a spate of mysterious serial killings. However, Ayumu is resurrected as a zombie by a necromancer girl named "Yū" (Eucliwood Hellscythe), who Ayumu had just met before dying. Ayumu reawakens in a world surrounded by "masō shōjo" (magically equipped girls) and vampire ninja. Ayumu is assigned the duties of a masō shōjo by a magical warrior girl named Haruna.
TV Tokyo began streaming two 15-second promotional videos and one 30-second promotional video for the television anime adaptation of the Level E manga on Tuesday. Yoshihiro Togashi (Hunter x Hunter, Yu Yu Hakusho) created this story about "Prince" (Daisuke Namikawa), an alien who shares an apartment with a high school freshman named Yukitaka Tsutsui (Yoshimasa Hosoya). The cast includes Takehito Koyasu (Craft), Satomi Akesaka (Miho Edogawa), Masaya Takatsuka (Sado), Takumi Asahina (Corinne), and Fumihiko Tachiki (Narrator). Studio Pierrot and David Production are co-producing the project for a January 10, 2011 premiere in Japan.
Images © bb Kuroda, Houbunsha/A Channel Production Committee
© Yoshihiro Togashi 1995-1997 © Pierrot, TV Tokyo/Shueisha