ZAQ Returns to Perform Theme Song for Trinity Seven Anime Film

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Singer-songwriter previously performed opening theme for TV anime

The official website for the upcoming anime film of Kenji Saito and Akinari Nao's Trinity Seven - The Seven Magicians manga announced on Monday that singer-songwriter ZAQ will perform the film's theme song "Last Proof." The song's single will ship on January 25. ZAQ previously performed the opening theme song "Seven Doors" for the television anime series.

The film will open in Japan in February in 16 theaters.

Yen Press is publishing the original manga in English, and it shipped the sixth volume on August 30. The company describes the series:

Arata Kasuga transfers to the Royal Biblia Academy to solve the mystery of the destruction that is ravaging the world and—more importantly—has stolen his cousin Hijiri from him. It's a tough road that lies ahead of Arata, but nothing's impossible when you have seven beautiful girls—each a master of her own magical art — at your side!

The Trinity Seven TV anime series will get a Blu-ray Disc box re-release in Japan on January 25 that contains all 12 episodes, as well as the anime bundled with the manga's 11th volume.

The staff members from the manga's television anime adaptation are all returning for the film.

Hiroshi Nishikiori (I'm Gonna Be An Angel, Azumanga Daioh, A Certain Magical Index) is directing the film at Seven Arcs Pictures. Kenji Saito himself is penning the script, with assistance from Hiroyuki Yoshino (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Macross Frontier, Strike the Blood). Shinpei Tomooka (Inukami!, Sekirei) designed the characters for animation, while Yasuhiro Moriki (Majestic Prince, D.Gray-man Hallow) is in charge of creature design. Tomooka is also credited as chief animation director. Akira Otsuka (Dog Days, Mushibugyō, Riddle Story of Devil) is credited with weapon design. TECHNOBOYS PULCRAFT GREEN-FUND is composing the music.

Saito and Nao launched the manga in Kadokawa's (Fujimi Shobo's) Monthly Dragon Age magazine in 2011, and Kadokawa shipped the 15th compiled volume on August 9.

The 12-episode television anime series premiered in October 2014, and Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. Sentai Filmworks released the series with an English dub on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on August 16.

Source: Music Natalie

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