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Starmyu 2nd OVA's Ad Reveals Musical Parts By Team Ōtori, Team Hiragi

posted on 2016-08-29 03:00 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
2nd OVA with extra video featuring Kao Kai ships in Japan on September 21

The official website of the Starmyu anime series began streaming a commercial for the second of its two-part original video anime (OVA) on Monday. The ad reveals that the second OVA will include the "✩✩Eien✭STAGE✩✩" (by Team Ōtori) and "Caribbean Groove" (by Team Hiragi) musical parts, as well as the special "Sing A Song! Musical!" (by Kao Kai) video.

The first OVA had included the "Kimi ga Soko ni Iru Kara" (Natsuki Hanae and Nobuhiko Okamoto) and "Finale wa Boku-tachi no Mune ni" (Kao Kai) musical parts, as well as the special "HEROISM++" (Tomoaki Maeno and Kenn) video when it shipped on July 27.

The second OVA volume will ship on September 21, and will serves as 14 of the anime (the first OVA had served as episode 13). The anime will receive a second season.

The OVA project is set at Ayana Academy after the students finish the school festival and face the new year. On the day the current Kao Kai members end their final duties and leave Kao, every team holds a performance during the graduation ceremony to offer their thanks.

The 12-episode STARMYU television anime series premiered in Japan in October. Funimation streamed the series as it aired, and it describes the story.

Ayana Academy: home of musical dreams and insane competition. New student Yuta Hoshitani dreams of being in show business, but to get there he'll have to gain acceptance from the Kao Kai (Cherry Blossom Flower Association), Ayana Academy's three highest ranking students. For Yuta and his friends to get into the music department, they'll have to get into the Star Frame class, which is taught by the Kao Kai members. Though the newcomers are struggling, they catch the interest of one of the Kao Kai members, which just might send them on the starlit journey they've been dreaming of!

Shunsuke Tada (Kuroko's Basketball, Prince of Tennis) directed the series at C-Station (Dragonar Academy), and Sayaka Harada was in charge of the series scripts. Asami Watanabe designed the characters, and Tadako (Arashi's "Love so sweet," "Monster") was responsible for the dance sequences.


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