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Animax Reveals 20th Anniversary TV Anime/Game App Akanesasu Shōjo

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Ever17 writer, Tiger & Bunny & Letter Bee artists collaborate at Dandelion, Jūmonji

Animax announced on Thursday that it is producing an original television anime and smartphone game project titled Akanesasu Shōjo (Girl Glowing Red) to celebrate the channel's 20th anniversary. The anime will run on Animax and other channels, and will also stream on the channel's Animax on PlayStation service, and other streaming services. The game will be free-to-play.

The text at the upper right corner of the visual above reads "When I met myself (her), I said goodbye to my everyday world."

Kōtarō Uchikoshi (Ever17, Punch Line, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward) is credited for the project's original scenario concept. Jin Tamamura (A Sister's All You Need) is directing the anime at Dandelion Animation Studio and Jūmonji. Yūichi Abe (Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, live-action Prince of Tennis) is credited as series director.

Masakazu Katsura (Video Girl Ai, DNA², Tiger & Bunny) is drawing the original character designs alongside Hiroyuki Asada (Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee, Cheer Boys!!), who is also credited as concept artist, while Hiroki Harada (Romeo × Juliet, Sasami-san@Ganbaranai, Sweetness & Lightning) is designing the characters for animation. Shogo Yasukawa (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, Mitsuboshi Colors, Hyperdimension Neptunia) is writing and supervising the anime's scripts. Writer Hiroshi Yamamoto is credited for "SF setting."

Ryu☆ (pronounced "Ryūsei," aka Bemani game series composer Ryūtarō Nakahara) is the music producer, and Kenji Itō (Romancing SaGa, Puzzle & Dragons games) is handling the main theme song.

Source: MoCa News

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