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TV Anime 'Date A Live III' Announces Staff Members

by tsubasalover
Oct 20, 9:07 PM | 52 Comments

The Fantasia Bunko Daikanshasai 2018 stage on Sunday has announced staff members for the previously announced Date A Live III TV anime. J.C.Staff will be producing this season instead of Production IMS, who recently announced bankruptcy. Natsumi will be voiced by Ayumi Mano (Ore ga Suki nano wa Imouto dakedo Imouto ja Nai). sweet ARMS will return to perform opening theme song, while Erii Yamazaki will perform ending theme song. The anime is slated for Winter 2019.

Staff
Director: Keitarou Motonaga (Conception)
Series Composition: Hideki Shirane (Last Period: Owarinaki Rasen no Monogatari)
Character Design: Kouji Watanabe (Date A Live Movie: Mayuri Judgment)
Studio: J.C.Staff

A game project is also planned for next year.

Source: animate Times

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OP: "I swear" by sweet ARMS
ED: "Last Promise" by Erii Yamazaki

Best album from first two seasons will be released on January 9, 2019.

Full PV for the two OPs are available for limited time.
https://moca-news.net/article/20181114/2018111418000b_/01/

First ep. pre-screening and Top 3 "Kamikai" selection screening event on December 24, 2018.
https://moca-news.net/article/20181116/2018111622300a_/01/

Nov 14, 1:18 AM by tsubasalover

YAAAAAY I’m kinda excited. J.C. Staff is taking on a lot of projects tho, hopefully the anime’s will be good.

Nov 2, 8:27 PM by odesa

wow great to hear that :)

Nov 2, 4:34 AM by ModAPKdl

Takata said:
Fabris said:
To all people hoping for a Origami arc...that would need 2 cours, guys...after all, Natsumi arc goes first, and is 2 volumes worth...unless you want they to rush the best arc of the show...


1st season, 4 volumes @ 3 episodes per volume.
2nd season, 3 volumes @ 3 1/3 episodes per volume.
Specifically, 4 episodes for volume 5, but that was for two spirits - Kaguya and Yuzuru.

3rd season, I predict 4 volumes (8-11) @ 3 episodes per volume. The next denser alternative is 2 volumes (8-9) @ 5-6 episodes per volume, which seems a little high. If 3 episodes per volume is too low, they can raise it a little with a 13th episode, or by blending or cutting OP or ED sequences.

I haven't read the novels, so I don't know if there's anything that would justify a higher episode-to-volume ratio.



Volume 10 and 11 are excellent volumes, but also, ones where a lot of things happened.

They sort of deserved more than 5-6 episodes.

Nov 1, 2:00 PM by Fabris

Fabris said:
To all people hoping for a Origami arc...that would need 2 cours, guys...after all, Natsumi arc goes first, and is 2 volumes worth...unless you want they to rush the best arc of the show...


1st season, 4 volumes @ 3 episodes per volume.
2nd season, 3 volumes @ 3 1/3 episodes per volume.
Specifically, 4 episodes for volume 5, but that was for two spirits - Kaguya and Yuzuru.

3rd season, I predict 4 volumes (8-11) @ 3 episodes per volume. The next denser alternative is 2 volumes (8-9) @ 5-6 episodes per volume, which seems a little high. If 3 episodes per volume is too low, they can raise it a little with a 13th episode, or by blending or cutting OP or ED sequences.

I haven't read the novels, so I don't know if there's anything that would justify a higher episode-to-volume ratio.

Oct 31, 3:47 AM by Takata

Finally,Great News

Oct 23, 2:20 AM by VinWicksNet

Well we're getting a third season after almost 5 years later after the second season. But hey I'm happy about a third season as I do like the series a lot.

Oct 22, 8:46 PM by fullmetalmasify

Gimme more Kurumi, Miku, and Tohka!

Oct 22, 6:40 PM by Jonesy974

-Funland- said:
EcchiGodMamsterP said:
yaaaaaaaayyyy got scared when the studio shut down

Yes. Very unfortunate that the studio that did Shinmaou had to shut down.


yea, one of my favortie harems.... so it sucks so much, i wonder if well get more Hai-furi as well, like the supposed movie

Oct 22, 2:23 AM by EcchiGodMamsterP

EcchiGodMamsterP said:
yaaaaaaaayyyy got scared when the studio shut down

Yes. Very unfortunate that the studio that did Shinmaou had to shut down.

Oct 21, 10:30 PM by -Funland-

Fck! Are they going to change the seiyuus? pls don't touch Kurumi's

Oct 21, 6:30 PM by Mercusu

To all people hoping for a Origami arc...that would need 2 cours, guys...after all, Natsumi arc goes first, and is 2 volumes worth...unless you want they to rush the best arc of the show...

Oct 21, 3:48 PM by Fabris

Damn it's really been over 4 years since season 2. Surprised this got even got picked up and by a good studio in JC Staff nonetheless. HYPE for sure!

Oct 21, 2:02 PM by So-Intense

I'm very excited for this.

Oct 21, 1:16 PM by Himitsu2001

I just wanna see Kotori.

Oct 21, 12:43 PM by SSTHZero

zalapeno said:

yea doesnt matter how big the studio is, the only matter is their budget for adapting such a lot of anime and i have high expectations for OPM 2 so i hope they wont run out of budget for upcoming anime project


It does. Scheduling and proper staffing are the two crucial factors to make everything click & work.
Also...I don't know how you got that idea but they're not using their own budget nor is said budget used across multiple projects.

An unique committee for each & every project hired them and gave them the means to produce each project in particular.

Oct 21, 11:36 AM by Fappa

Yes ! a news season of one of the worst harem anime, thanks J.C Staff...

Oct 21, 9:30 AM by Meriadon

Wow, J.C. Staff has a lot of projects on their hands. I really hope they can make this work cause some of their latest anime (like Index III for instance) is suffering from some animation quality.

Not counting movies, I think they have at least 7+ TV anime projects?

Oct 21, 8:52 AM by Stark700

Good news, i tought the third season was forgotten and doomed because of the studio shut down, but everything seem to be fine.

Oct 21, 8:35 AM by Reybun

It's basically the same staff as the previous seasons apart from the studio. So nothing will change.

Oct 21, 7:50 AM by MaceChan

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