Commemorating the television network's 20th anniversary, Animax announced an original anime series titled Akanesasu Shoujo on Thursday. The anime will premiere on Animax and its Playstation application, as well as other stations. A smartphone game is also in development for the Android and iOS platform, and will be free-to-play.
Animax also launched an official site, revealing the staff members and a key visual (pictured). The tagline on the key visual reads, "I met myself, and bid farewell to my everyday world."
Original Plan: Koutarou Uchikoshi (Ever 17: The Out of Infinity visual novel)
Original Character Design: Masakazu Katsura (Zetman), Hiroyuki Asada (Tegamibachi)
Concept Artist: Hiroyuki Asada
Main Theme Composition: Kenji Ito (Romancing SaGa video game)
Music Producer: Ryu☆ (Ryuutarou Nakahara) (Bemani video game)
Director: Hitoshi Tamamura (Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry)
Series Director: Yuuichi Abe (Ultraman Zero The Movie: Choukessen! Belial Ginga Teitoku live-action film)
Series Composition, Script: Shougo Yasukawa (Shokugeki no Souma)
Sci-Fi Setting: Hiroshi Yamamoto (Ai no Monogatari novel)
Character Design: Hiroki Harada (Sasami-san@Ganbaranai)
Studio: DandeLion Animation Studio LLC, Juumonji
Animax is a Japanese satellite television network dedicated to anime, and is a subsidiary of AK Holdings, a joint venture by Sony Pictures Entertainment and Mitsui & Co., which was formed in March 2017. Apart from its parent company, Animax's shareholders include major animation studios such as Sunrise, Toei Animation, TMS Entertainment, and production company Nihon Ad Systems.
Official site: http://akanesasushojo.com/
Official Twitter: @akanesasu_shojo
Source: Dengeki Online
Akanesasu Shoujo on MAL
Modified by tsubasalover, Aug 8, 2018 7:35 PM
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Joined: Jun 2014
Hmm well whatever it is, well... I got attention due to the key visual and the staff, which I assume the chief director did some SL episode directing which is nice along with the script writer being competent enough.
Who knows, it MIGHT turn out fine. Hopefully.
Joined: Apr 2012
fucking Animax man. So pathetic that they can't even pay their carrier charges in my country. Their streaming service's shit as well.
So doesn't surprise me, they're coming out with smartphone garbage.
Nevertheless, staff looks impressive. I wonder what they will succeed.
Level of my english is still too poor, so ask not particularly angry because of my terrible grammar.
Joined: Nov 2008
I haven't even seen it yet tbh, is it really that bad though?
It's not that good coupled with the fact that it's one of those "play the game while you watch the anime" type of anime. Don't bother with anime with this model, other mobile adaptations like Granblue Fantasy and Idolmaster Cinderella Girls don't require you to play the game much less play as you watch.