Digital Manga Rainy Cocoa With Bilingual Voices Gets TV Anime
posted on by Egan Loo
The official website for the Japanese/English digital manga Rainy Cocoa announced on Saturday that a television anime adaptation has been green-lit for next year. The creators describe Rainy Cocoa as one of the world's first digital manga which allows readers to toggle between Japanese and English text and audio. The manga features two voice casts, although only the Japanese cast has been confirmed for the anime:
|Aoi Tokura||Hiro Shimono||Joel McDonald|
|Keiichi Iwase||Hikaru Midorikawa||Ian Sinclair|
|Shion Koga||Daisuke Hirakawa||Todd Haberkorn|
|Hiroshi Amami||Ryo Horikawa||Christopher R. Sabat|
|Ryota Sakuragi||Mamoru Miyano||Vic Mignogna|
The official website describes the story:
An ordinary college student, Aoi Tokura, was having a bad day. It was so bad [because] he was [called] ugly by a good-looking guy on the train. Walking down the street in [the] rain, Aoi found a small, but cozy cafe, Rainy Color. He started to work part-time as he enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate he was served. Then a guy came into Rainy Color… it was Keiichi Iwase, the one who told Aoi was ugly!!??
Common everyday [life] begins to change from various encounter[s]. Coffee shop [comedy] story!!
Shimono also performed the theme song "Rainy cocoa."