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'Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?' Anime's 2 Promo Videos Streamed

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Series starring Sumire Uesaka, Ryouta Suzuki premieres in April

Note: The videos below may not be safe for work.

ASMIK Ace began streaming two versions of the first promotional video on Thursday for the anime of Soborou's Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!? (Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?) manga.

The anime will premiere in April on Tokyo MX and BS11, and stars:

Kojima Version

Satō Version

Hiraku Kaneko (Tsuredure Children, Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid, The Qwaser of Stigmata) is the chief director for the anime at Tear Studio (Lord of Vermilion: The Crimson King). Toshikatsu Tokoro is directing the anime, and Kazuhiko Tamura (Gunparade Orchestra, Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ~Next Season~, RIN-NE) is serving as chief animation director in addition to adapting the character designs for animation. Gin (BUSTED ROSE) is composing the music, and Hiroto Morishita is directing the sound. Sumire Uesaka will perform the anime's opening theme song "Bon Kyu— Bon wa Kare no Mono."

The manga centers on male high school student Ichirō and his female teacher Kojima-sensei who's famous for being a "demon teacher." However, in front of Ichirō she seems to be air-headed and clumsy, and he keeps finding himself in perverted situations with her in places like the men's bathroom, the men's bathhouse, the pool, the school infirmary, and elsewhere.

Soborou launched the erotic romantic comedy manga in the magazine in 2016. Before that, Soborou published the manga as a series of one-shots under the title Golden Times. Kodansha published the manga's fifth volume on October 5.

Source: ASMIK Ace Anime Channel's YouTube channel

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