Sora no Otoshimono/Heaven's Lost Property 'Final' Film's Trailer Streamed
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Kadokawa began streaming a trailer for next year's Sora no Otoshimono Final: Eternal My Master anime film on Thursday. The trailer features the song "Always Smiling" by blue drops (Saori Hayami and Hitomi Yoshida).
The trailer starts by introducing the new story that will continue the "big hit anime." Ikaros narrates the trailer, saying that because she was picked up by her master, every day, minute, and second was pure happiness. Through the bad and the good, everything seemed like it would be okay … until suddenly everything changes when her Angel Imprinting disappears. The trailer switches to a much darker mood, followed by explosions and Ikaros and Tomoki flying into the sky. Their friends look on as they go until Tomoki falls from the sky. Ikaros is crying to Tomoki, asking for what purpose was she made, and she screams “This power….I don't need this power.” At the end of the trailer, a final scene is played. Ikaros asks Tomoki, “My master, one more time, please become my master.”
The series cast is returning for the film.
Hisashi Saito is returning to direct the film at Production IMS. Heaven's Lost Property animation producer Jiyū Ōgi is writing the script with supervision from series scriptwriter Yuuko Kakihara. Yoshihiro Watanabe is returning to design the characters.
The original manga has been running in Monthly Shōnen Ace since 2007, and Kadokawa is published the 18th compiled book volume on October 25. The two previous television anime seasons and film follow a boy whose life changes after an angel falls from the skies. Crunchyroll streamed both of these television seasons outside Japan, and Funimation licensed both television anime seasons and the film for North America.
Sora no Otoshimono Final: Eternal My Master will open in theaters in Japan on April 26. Starting Saturday, participating theaters will sell advance tickets by themselves for 1,100 yen (about US$11) each, or with straps for 1,600 yen (US$16).
The advance tickets are also being offered with a "digital canvas" in F3 size for 10,900 yen (US$109) or F10 size for 17,400 yen (US$174).
In addition, a set of three clear files is being sold with a pair of advance tickets for 3,000 yen (US$30) at Comic Market 85 later this month.
Another Comic Market 85 set will have a cushion and one advance ticket for 4,000 yen (US$40).