Here is a collection of promotional videos (PVs), TV ads (CMs), and trailers for the last week. This thread excludes videos that have already been featured in an article. Please check the News Board, under the Preview tag, for articles that feature a promotional video. Last week's PV thread can be found here.
ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka - Regards| OVA| PV ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka - Regards is an OVA episode that takes place after the events of the Winter 2017 TV anime. The episode will screen in theaters in Japan from February 14, 2020 for one week. A musical stage reading with the same name will be bundled along with the episode on a Blu-ray that will be released on March 27.
Coluboccoro| Movie| Trailer Coluboccoro is a short anime created by Kenji Itoso in 2007. The trailer previews the new theatrical version and features the film's theme song performed by Amatsuki. The film will open alongside Santa Company: Christmas no Himitsu on November 29.
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Kuutei Dragons| TV| Character PV
The official Twitter account for Polygon Pictures' Kuutei Dragons uploaded the first character video on Wednesday. The video previews Mika, who is voiced by Tomoaki Maeno (Log Horizon).
Note: There is no official YouTube mirror available. Please click here to view the promotional video.
Nakanohito Genome [Jikkyouchuu]: Knots of Memories| OVA| CM Nakanohito Genome [Jikkyouchuu]: Knots of Memories is an OVA that serves as the unaired 13th episode of the Summer 2019 TV anime. Manga author Osora will help pen the script for the episode that will feature an original story. It will be bundled with the manga's tenth limited edition volume that will release on February 27, 2020.
Santa Company: Christmas no Himitsu| Movie| PV Kenji Studio's Santa Company: Christmas no Himitsu is the extended version of Santa Company—a successfully crowdfunded film that premiered in 2014. The trailer features the theme song "Christmas Night" by Minori Chihara. The film will premiere alongside Coluboccoro on November 29.