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Crunchyroll to Stream Please Tell Me! Galko Chan Anime

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Anime based on Kenya Suzuki manga premieres Friday

Media distribution service Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that it will begin streaming the Please Tell Me! Galko Chan (Oshiete! Galko-chan) television anime. The stream will premiere on Friday at 11:30 a.m. EST, the same time it premieres in Japan in Tokyo MX's "Ultra Super Anime Time" programming block. It will be available worldwide, except in Asia.

Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the original manga and plans to release the series in North America beginning on November 22. Seven Seas describes the story:

Galko-chan always speaks her mind, which may not be the wisest decision in all cases, but it's never short of entertaining! Meet the exuberant and unbelievably busty high schooler, Galko, as she traverses the ups and downs of adolescence with spirit and verve, alongside her best friends--the anti-social loner, Otako, and the unpredictably honest, Ojyo.

The three main cast members are, from left to right in the image to the right:

Other cast members include:

The anime's official website previously streamed the anime's promotional video.

Keiichiro Kawaguchi (Psychic Squad, Hayate the Combat Butler, OniAi) is directing the anime and handling the series composition at studio feel. Kenji Fujisaki (Blood Lad, Ozma, B-Daman CrossFire) is designing the characters. Ryō Takahashi is composing the music.

Additional staff includes:

Each of the girls' names refers to their type. Galko is a pun on gyaru or gal, which is a term used to describe a type of street fashion where women in their teens and 20s bleach their hair and wear highly decorated nails and a lot of makeup. Otako is a pun on otaku, and Ojō refers to a girl who is a daughter of a high-class family.

Kenya Suzuki launched the manga on Kadokawa's ComicWalker digital manga service in June 2014, but published it on Twitter before that. Kadokawa released the manga's 60th chapter last November. The publisher released the manga's second compiled volume digitally and in print in June 2015.

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