A crowdfunding campaign for an anime adaptation of Imomushi Narita's It's My Life fantasy manga exceeded its initial goal of five million yen (approximately US$46,000) on Friday to produce a three-minute episode with an ending animation. The campaign currently stands at 6.6 million yen with the end goal being an eight-minute episode, which would include both an opening and ending at 15 million yen (approximately US$138,000). Shogakukan launched the campaign on the Makuake website on Sunday last week, and it will end on April 25, 2018.
The story centers on Astra Ludger Doomsday, a 35-year-old former captain of the royal knights who retired early and used his savings to acquire his very own house. However, not long after beginning his peaceful life, a young girl crashes into his house. The girl named Noah, is an apprentice witch, and mistakes Astra for the evil God.
Chief Director, Sound Director: Hisayoshi Hirasawa (Bernard-jou Iwaku.)
Animation Director: Yuu Fujisaki (Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara.)
Director of Photography: Kouji Hayashi (Netsuzou TRap)
Art Director: Hirokazu Aoyama
2D works: Miyuki Ueji
Production Assistant: Yuuta Kida
Animation Producer: Taichi Hatanaka (Ozmafia)
Studio: Creators in Pack
Cooperation: Manga ONE editorial department
Narita launched the manga in Shogakukan's Ura Sunday web magazine in December 2014, which also runs in the company's "Manga ONE" app. The series currently has nine volumes in print, with the latest volume published on December 12 last year.