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This Boy Suffers From Crystallization Anime's English-Dubbed Trailer Streamed

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Kuma Holdings releases anime digitally on iTunes, Amazon

Kuma Holdings announced on Wednesday that it has released Soubi Yamamoto and CoMix Wave Films' This Boy Suffers from Crystallization (Kono Danshi, Sekika ni Nayandemasu) anime digitally on iTunes in both Japanese with English subtitles and an English dubbed version. The company also released the English dub on Amazon. Kuma Holdings is streaming an English-dubbed trailer for the anime. The company will release the anime physically at a later date.

The cast for This Boy Suffers from Crystallization — under ADR Director and script writer Marissa Lenti; line producer Amber Lee Connors; ADR script prep Daman Mills; ADR engineers Jamal Roberson, Matt Grounds, and Ben Tehrani; mixing and mastering engineer Ben Tehrani; translation assistant Brandon McInnis; production assistant Howard Wang; and graphic designer Emily Fajardo — include:

Kuma Holdings describes the anime:

Tamari Ayumu suffers from Crystallization Syndrome, a crippling illness which causes his body to start turning to crystals whenever he becomes anxious or depressed. He chases after the romantic affections of his teacher, Onihara Koya, who spurns him at every turn, unwilling to accept love from a student. This is a story from auteur anime director Soubi Yamamoto about anxiety, depression, and love.

Kuma Holdings has also licensed the This Boy is a Professional Wizard (Kono Danshi, Mahō ga Oshigoto Desu.) anime, and released it digitally on August 29.

This Boy Suffers from Crystallization and This Boy is a Professional Wizard are the fourth and fifth project, respectively, in Yamamoto's Kono Danshi/This Boy series. Crunchyroll streamed both anime. Sentai Filmworks licensed and released both This Boy Caught a Merman and This Boy Can Fight Aliens! in North America.

As a 21-year-old, Yamamoto made her scriptwriting and directorial debut in 2011 with the first 28-minute Kono Danshi anime, Kono Danshi, Uchū-jin to Tatakaemasu. (This Boy Can Fight Aliens!). Her followup, Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita. (This Boy Caught a Merman), was released in 2012. The third installment titled Kono Danshi, Akunin to Yobaremasu. (This Boy Is Called A Scoundrel) was released as a drama CD in 2013.

Source: Kuma Holdings

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