The Brave-Tuber Manga Gets Anime Shorts on Anime Beans App
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The &CAST!!! app announced on Friday that Takahito Oosaki and Ikuro's The Brave-Tuber (Haishin Yūsha) manga is inspiring a series of anime shorts that will stream on both &CAST!!! and Production I.G's Anime Beans app.
20 performers from &CAST!!!'s &CAST!!! Hour Love Yell! program who are young voice actors will voice characters in the anime. Kazuya Fujishiro (episode director for Dropkick on My Devil!) is directing the anime, and Shuhei Abe (sound production for Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie) is the sound director. acca effe and Kiga Production are animating the series with cooperation by Production I.G and Anime Beans.
For the most part, Wisdaregidor is your typical fantasy world: monsters wreaking havoc, taverns packed with gung-ho adventurers, and a demon overlord looking to rule it all. But Wisdaregidor has one thing you'll never find in Middle-earth: the Internet! Zane and Kuku are two adventurers trying to build a fanbase. The pair will do whatever it takes to get more subscribers for their streamed videos, even if it means taking on the demon lord himself!
Ikuro draws the manga and Oosaki is credited as the original creator. The manga launched in February 2018 in Mag Garden's Comic Garden magazine, and the series ended on the Mag Comi website on March 20. The second and final compiled volume shipped on May 10.
Production I.G launched the Tate Anime app in June 2017 and it ended service in May 2018. The app offered short (about three-minute) anime that update on weekdays, and each series had 10 episodes. The anime was presented vertically for smartphones. Production I.G rebranded the app as Anime Beans in June 2018, and it no longer features exclusively vertical anime. The app launched worldwide, except in China, in December.