News Steins;Gate, 30-sai, Gosick, Merry Promos Streamed
posted on 2010-12-29 11:37 EST
The YouTube website began streaming a 94-second promotional movie for the Spring 2011 television anime adaptation of the Steins;Gate "scientific adventure game" from 5pb. and Nitroplus this week. The same video is also being shown at this week's Comic Market 79 event in Tokyo. The anime will premiere in Japan next spring.
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Mitsuba and Ichijinsha's 30-sai no Hoken Taiiku (Health and Physical Education for 30-Year-Olds) also began streaming a 112-second promotional video off YouTube on Tuesday. The guide is aimed at men in their 30s who have not experienced romance or sex with women yet. The anime will premiere next April.
The Japanese broadcaster TV Tokyo opened a website for the Gosick television anime with a 15-second streaming movie on Monday. The anime adapts Kazuki Sakuraba's Gosick mystery novel series, in which Kazuya Kujo studies abroad at the Saint Marguerite Academy in a small European country in 1924. Kazuya joins forces with Victorique, a girl with deductive powers that rival Sherlock Holmes', to solve mysteries. The anime will premiere in Japan on January 7, 2011.
The Japanese broadcaster TBS began streaming the fourth promotional video for the anime adaptation of Yoshitaka Ushiki's Yumekui Merry manga on Wednesday. The same video is also being shown at Comic Market 79. The action fantasy revolves around a high school boy named Yumeji Fujiwara who has the mysterious power to see other people's dreams or nightmares. One day, he meets Merry, a beautiful girl who came from the world of dreams. The television anime will premiere in Japan on January 6, 2011.
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Images © 2011 Kazuki Sakuraba, Hinata Takeda, Kadokawa Shoten/Gosick Production Committee
© Yoshitaka Ushiki, Houbunsha/Yumekui Merry Production Committee
Images © 2011 Kazuki Sakuraba, Hinata Takeda, Kadokawa Shoten/Gosick Production Committee © Yoshitaka Ushiki, Houbunsha/Yumekui Merry Production Committee