News OreTsuba, HoshiKaka, Freezing, Gaku Promos Streamed
posted on 2011-01-06 11:44 EST by Daryl Bunao
Marvelous Entertainment's official website for the Ore-tachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai (OreTsuba) television anime series began streaming its first promotional video on Thursday. The anime adapts NAVEL's Ore-tachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai—under the innocent sky visual novel about the coming-of-age drama of young people in Yanagihara, a big city where countless people cross paths. Shinji Ushiro (Blessing of the Campanella, Omamori Himari) is directing the anime at the studio Nomad, and Takamitsu Kouno (Ayakashi, Kyo no Gononi) is supervising the scripts. Kumi Ishii (Ichigo 100%, Kure-nai) is adapting the software's original character designs by Aoi Nishimata (Lovedol ~Lovely Idol~, Shuffle!) and overseeing the animation process. The anime will premiere in Japan in April.
Marvelous also began streaming a promotional video for the Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi (HoshiKaka) television anime on Thursday. In feng's original adult bishōjo game of the same name, a boy named Kazuma moves to a new town for the sake of his younger brother's health. A girl named Ui guides Kazuma to his new school, but when Kazuma trips, he accidentally bumps into Ui and kisses her. Plus, Ui's close friend Ibuki happens to see the accidental kiss. Takenori Mihara is directing the anime at the studio Dogakobo (11eyes, Koihime†Musō, Myself ; Yourself). The anime will premiere in Japan in April.
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Lim Dal-Young and Kim Kwang-Hyun's Freezing manga began streaming a 15-second television commercial on Thursday. The story revolves around Kazuya, a boy who lost his sister in humankind's fight against beings from another dimension. He enrolls in Genetics, a military academy for combat training against the dimensional beings. There, a group of girls known as "Pandora" prepare to fight the unknown enemy. The anime will premiere in Japan on Saturday.
The website for the live-action film adaptation of Shinichi Ishizuka's Gaku: Minna no Yama manga is streaming a teaser trailer. In the story, Sanpo (Shun Oguri) is an experienced mountain climber and rescue team volunteer. Sanpo helps rookie mountain rescue teammate Kumi (Masami Nagasawa) in gaining rescue experience. However a blizzard causes multiple accidents to occur at the same time, forcing Kumi to put her training to the test. The film will open in Japan on May 7.
The website for the live-action film adaptation of Hiroshi Tanaka's Bad Boys motorcycle gang manga is also streaming a trailer. Shogo Suzuki stars as Tsukasa, a naive son who rebels against his rich parents by joining a motorcycle gang called the Paradise Butterflies. Tsukasa and his friends try to be the most powerful gang on the streets of Hiroshima. Director Takashi Kubota's film will open in Japan on February 26.
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