Crunchyroll Streams Between the Sky and Sea, Run with the Wind
posted on 2018-10-02 02:02 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Crunchyroll announced on Monday that it will stream Between the Sky and Sea (Sora to Umi no Aida), Run with the Wind, Anima Yell!, and Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood. All four will be available worldwide except in Asia.
Crunchyroll describes the Between the Sky and Sea anime:
Fish suddenly disappeared on Earth.
The Ministry of Fisheries has initiated the experimental program of creating ‘Aquatic Orbs’, farming fish in encapsulated bodies of water in space. Six girls are selected as candidates to become fishers who will go into space to catch new species of fish.
From Onomichi City to the cosmos, this is the story of aspiring girls aiming to be Space Fishers!
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX and Sun TV on October 3 at 24:00 (effectively October 4 at 12:00 a.m.), before later airing on AT-X, BS Fuji, and RCC Chūgoku Broadcasting. The anime will stream in Japan on d Anime Store (Docomo Anime Store). The anime will have 12 episodes.
Atsushi Nigorikawa (Anime De Training! Ex, Love Tyrant) is directing the anime at TMS Entertainment, and Takashi Yamada (Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, Ashita no Nadja, Danchi Tomoo) is in charge of series composition. Shuuhei Yamamoto (Anime De Training! Ex, Battle Girl High School) is drawing the animation character designs based on Kazuyuki Ueda's original designs. Kurō Ishihara is the mechanical designer. Asami Tachibana is composing the music.
Run with the Wind is the television anime of Shion Miura's Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru (Feel the Wind) novel.
NTV will premiere the anime on October 2 at 25:29 (effectively October 3 morning). The show will then air on Shizuoka Daiichi TV on October 6, on YTV on October 8, and on BS-NTV on October 9. The anime will run for 23 episodes.
The novel centers on the Tokyo-Hakone Round-Trip College Ekiden Race or "Hakone Ekiden," one of the biggest university marathon relay races in Japan. The race is held every year on January 2-3 and goes between Tokyo and Hakone and back, for a total run of 217.9 km (about 135.4 miles).
Kazuya Nomura (Robotics;Notes, Joker Game, Ghost In The Shell: The New Movie) is directing the series at Production I.G. Shinchosha is credited with planning cooperation. Voice actor and The Kirishima Thing film scriptwriter Kohei Kiyasu is both writing and overseeing the series scripts. Takahiro Chiba (Occult Academy character designer, Haikyu!! chief animation director) is designing the characters. HIdeki Takahashi (Haikyu!!, Neon Genesis Evangelion) and Takashi Mukouda (Gurren Lagann, Space Dandy) are key animators. Hiromi Kikuta (Haikyu!!, Mr. Osomatsu) is sound director, and Yuki Hayashi (DIVE!!, My Hero Academia) is composing the music.
Unison Square Garden will perform the opening theme song "Catch up, latency," and Taichi Mukai will perform the ending theme song "Reset." Both songs were written specifically for the anime.
Anima Yell! is an adaptation of Tsukasa Unohana's four-panel manga of the same name. Crunchyroll describes the anime:
Hatogaya Kohane falls in love with cheerleading at the end of middle school, and begins a cheerleading club in high school with Arima Hizume and Saruwatari Uki. The positive, hard-working girls will be sure to cheer you up!
The anime will premiere on October 7 on AT-X at 11:30 p.m., and on Tokyo MX and BS11 at 24:00 (effectively, October 8 at midnight).
Masako Sato (Golden Time, Haikyu!! episode director) will make his series directorial debut with the series at Doga Kobo. Fumihiko Shimo (The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, Clannad, Amagi Brilliant Park) is writing and supervising the series' scripts. Manamu Amasaki (Psychic Detective Yakumo) is designing the characters.
Yuka Ozaki, Yuina Yamada, Mikako Izawa, Tomori Kusunoki, and Haruka Shiraishi perform the opening and ending theme songs under the unit name "Kaminoki Kōkō Cheerleading-bu" (Kaminoki High School Cheerleading Club). The opening theme song is titled "Jump Up ↑ Yell!!" while the ending theme song is titled "One for All."
Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood is an adaptation of Amatou's manga of the same name. Crunchyroll describes the anime:
When human girl Amano Akari is rescued by vampire Sophie Twilight, it's love at first sight. Infatuation quickly turns to cohabitation as Sophie reluctantly welcomes Amano as her new roommate. Despite her vampire status, Sophie never attacks humans, instead ordering blood and anime merchandise online like any ordinary human shopper. Sink your teeth into this modern vampire comedy!
The anime will premiere on AT-X on October 5 at 9:00 p.m. The show will then run on Tokyo MX and Sun TV on October 6 at 10:00 p.m., on BS11 on October 7 at 11:30 p.m., and on TV Aichi on October 8 at 27:05 (effectively, October 9 at 3:05 a.m.). The anime will have 12 episodes.
Noriaki Akitaya (Active Raid, Bakuman.) is directing the anime at Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ. Toshiki Fukushima is the assistant director. Tatsuya Takahashi (Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko, Beatless) is handling series composition, while Takahiro Sakai (Yuki Yuna Is a Hero) is the character designer and chief animation director. Yoshiaki Fujisawa (Love Live! School idol project, Land of the Lustrous) is composing the music. The four main cast members Miyu Tomita (Sophie Twilight), Yū Sasahara (Akari Amano), Lynn (Hinata Natsuki), and Azumi Waki (Ellie) are performing the opening theme song "†Kyūtie Ladies†" and the ending theme song "Happy!! Strange Friends."
Source: Crunchyroll (Joseph Luster)