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Vocaloid Song "Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl" Gets Live-Action Film

posted on 2014-11-28 00:22 EST
rerulili's song sung by Hatsune Miku, Gumi about girl in life-or-death game

Kadokawa's Beans Bunko imprint announced on Friday that the Vocaloid song "Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl" (Spinal Fluid Explosion Girl) is inspiring a live-action film and a manga. The song by rerulili features vocals by Vocaloid character voices Hatsune Miku and Gumi (as well as Kagamine Rin and Megurine Luka in another version). The song already inspired a light novel series from writer Erika Yoshida (Tiger & Bunny episodes) and Beans Bunko, and the imprint will publish the fourth light novel volume on December 1.

Text: Over 20 million views for the videos at Niconico Video!!
The novel series (volumes 1-4) have topped 300,000 copies!!
"Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl" Beans Bunko Special Ver.
Original Concept: rerulili
Story: Erika Yoshida
Illustration: Tyatubo (Chatsubo)
Two super-enormous news revealed!!
A comic adaptation is in the works for Young Ace!
A live-action film adaptation is in the works!
"Welcome to the zoo for hellish people"
"So let's begin at once"
The golden-egg job-hunting game
A life-or-death game via mobile phone
[Bottom left] Dual projects in the works! Comic & film adaptations - Kadokawa Beans Bunko
Classmates wakes up in a cage
Only one can survive
I am the Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl
So, let's dance like crazy
Since we'll be dead a century from now anyways
Who will the goddess of victory smile upon?
"Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl" heads towards a new stage
A golden-egg royal game
The enemy is 10 golden eggs
Discard your old bodies
Whichever future comes, I will seize the chance!

The light novel version centers around Hana Ichii, a girl who goes to an ordinary girls' school. She wakes up one day and finds herself in a cage, as are her classmates. She takes part in a survival game with her classmates, including one she holds dear named Hana Inazawa.


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