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'Summertime Render' Reveals Main Staff, Teaser Promo

by DatRandomDude
Oct 13, 10:50 AM | 36 Comments
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Yasunori Tanaka's Summertime Render (Summer Time Rendering) manga revealed on Thursday the main staff members, and a teaser promotional video. The anime is scheduled to premiere in 2022.

Staff
Director: Ayumu Watanabe (Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu. chief director)
Series Composition, Script: Hiroshi Seko (Jujutsu Kaisen (TV))
Character Design: Miki Matsumoto (Satsuriku no Tenshi)
Art: Kusanagi (Horimiya art design)
Music: Keiichi Okabe (Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru), Ryuuichi Takada (Saihate no Paladin), Keigo Hoashi (Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou)
Music Production Cooperation: MONACA (Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song)

Based on his 2008 one-shot Jamais Vu, Tanaka serialized the sci-fi mystery manga in Shounen Jump+ web magazine from October 2017 to February this year. Shueisha shipped the 13th and final volume on April 2.

Teaser PV


Official site: https://summertime-anime.com/
Official Twitter: @summertime_PR

Source: Comic Natalie

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Rosary_Diva said:
RobertBobert said:


Because the media is predominantly oriented towards the majority, not the minority. This is the very essence of business. Not to mention, you don't understand how tropes work in general. When it comes to romance, guys are more focused on how a protagonist like them will rescue a reasonably idealized girl (this is where the stereotype is built that yuri or BL are more equal than het, since the story is about two waifu or hasubendo instead of one). Shoujo works according to similar laws. It would be best if you try to understand how things work before requiring creators to focus entirely on your tastes.


Did you know that the majority of population Japanese is female? in that case most of anime should be shoujo if they really are guided by an "objective" reason.


Do you non-ironically want to say that the general Japanese population and anime audience are synonymous? Also, you are still trying to find an excuse for the Japanese creators to suit your personal tastes.

Oct 14, 8:27 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Rosary_Diva said:


What mean with are there more heterosexual people? the second is so stupid.
There are many good stories where the girls are heroines and they are a thousand times better characters than those boring and bland protagonist-kun without personality.


Because the media is predominantly oriented towards the majority, not the minority. This is the very essence of business. Not to mention, you don't understand how tropes work in general. When it comes to romance, guys are more focused on how a protagonist like them will rescue a reasonably idealized girl (this is where the stereotype is built that yuri or BL are more equal than het, since the story is about two waifu or hasubendo instead of one). Shoujo works according to similar laws. It would be best if you try to understand how things work before requiring creators to focus entirely on your tastes.


Did you know that the majority of population Japanese is female? in that case most of anime should be shoujo if they really are guided by an "objective" reason.

Oct 14, 7:01 PM by Rosary_Diva

Rosary_Diva said:
RobertBobert said:


Most people are heterosexual and most of the audience are guys. Guys love to watch them save girls, while girls love to watch guys save them. Sorry.


What mean with are there more heterosexual people? the second is so stupid.
There are many good stories where the girls are heroines and they are a thousand times better characters than those boring and bland protagonist-kun without personality.


Because the media is predominantly oriented towards the majority, not the minority. This is the very essence of business. Not to mention, you don't understand how tropes work in general. When it comes to romance, guys are more focused on how a protagonist like them will rescue a reasonably idealized girl (this is where the stereotype is built that yuri or BL are more equal than het, since the story is about two waifu or hasubendo instead of one). Shoujo works according to similar laws. It would be best if you try to understand how things work before requiring creators to focus entirely on your tastes.

Oct 14, 11:51 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Rosary_Diva said:
STOP! I do not want more "boys meet girls" >:(
Also, stop killing the girl and keep the bland boy as the main character. Seriously, wth is wrong with Japan lately with killing the fem character? if girls are often the main reason to watch their series


Most people are heterosexual and most of the audience are guys. Guys love to watch them save girls, while girls love to watch guys save them. Sorry.


What mean with are there more heterosexual people? the second is so stupid.
There are many good stories where the girls are heroines and they are a thousand times better characters than those boring and bland protagonist-kun without personality.

Oct 14, 11:43 AM by Rosary_Diva

manga was pretty good though the later chapters got a bit confusing, but hope they nail the adaptation and don't rush through things

Oct 14, 11:29 AM by SkyFullOfStars

tsubasalover said:
Please add that this anime is Disney+ exclusive
https://natalie.mu/comic/news/449323


Wtf they are doing anime too now?

Oct 14, 10:15 AM by AnimeFA78N

Rosary_Diva said:
STOP! I do not want more "boys meet girls" >:(
Also, stop killing the girl and keep the bland boy as the main character. Seriously, wth is wrong with Japan lately with killing the fem character? if girls are often the main reason to watch their series


Most people are heterosexual and most of the audience are guys. Guys love to watch them save girls, while girls love to watch guys save them. Sorry.

Oct 14, 8:36 AM by RobertBobert

xkazutox said:
Kirito, is that you? And Alice too? jk...


Anyway, I heard this is getting picked up by Disney. /o\
Yeah, Disney is entering the anime streaming wars officially now with this, the new Black Rock Shooter series, the Tatami Galaxy sequel and then some original anime (Forgot the name but it looks horror-esque)

Oct 14, 6:18 AM by Tokoya

the manga is pretty good

Oct 14, 5:01 AM by Mejat

Looks awful, sounds awful, bound to be awful.

Oct 14, 3:03 AM by Thigh_Tide

Kirito, is that you? And Alice too? jk...


Anyway, I heard this is getting picked up by Disney. /o\

Oct 14, 12:29 AM by xkazutox

Never expected the news. I am currently reading it. Very thrilling. Shide is really an awesome antagonist.

Best Character : Sou Hishigata

Oct 13, 8:19 PM by Serpentinite

Loved the manga, loved the look of the trailer. Hyped!

Oct 13, 7:55 PM by AngeloMC21

RobertBobert said:
Judevin said:
THE GOAT
Actually kinda excited to watch this because of Okabe now, I've loved his work since the first Nier game in 2010.
And Monaca was literally created by Okabe.
Ironically enough, MONACA has more "roles" in the show than himself several times. At the same time, it is strange, but for me this project is more associated with music for musical media franchises.
MONACA isn't just Okabe though, there's multiple people that work in MONACA, Okabe usually makes music for video games, so does MONACA as a whole actually. It's very rare to see Okabe compose anything for anime, hence my excitement, he's my favorite videogame music composer.
You can see a list of the people that work in MONACA on the MAL page:
https://myanimelist.net/people/15481/MONACA

Oct 13, 7:44 PM by Judevin

STOP! I do not want more "boys meet girls" >:(
Also, stop killing the girl and keep the bland boy as the main character. Seriously, wth is wrong with Japan lately with killing the fem character? if girls are often the main reason to watch their series

Oct 13, 5:37 PM by Rosary_Diva

samashi20 said:
RobertBobert said:


Are you talking about that red flower that constantly appears in various "dark" shows as a symbol of murder and spilled blood?

Yes, that flower. Some say it symbolizes tragedy, hope, goodbyes and many other things. In 86 for instance,


Well, if you consider that this is a story about attempts to save the deceased (if I understood correctly), then the theme of a tragic separation makes sense.

Oct 13, 4:05 PM by RobertBobert

oh yeah fuckin finally!

Oct 13, 3:59 PM by sogegesoge

RobertBobert said:
samashi20 said:

The girl in the teaser is holding a spider lily in her hand which is symbolism for many different things in Japan and East Asia. I'm excited, despite the bright colors of the PV, the show looks mysterious and there are hints of sadness and tragedy.


Are you talking about that red flower that constantly appears in various "dark" shows as a symbol of murder and spilled blood?

Yes, that flower. Some say it symbolizes tragedy, hope, goodbyes and many other things. In 86 for instance,

Oct 13, 3:58 PM by samashi20

samashi20 said:
RobertBobert said:
The author of the original manga was Araki's assistant, and Horikoshi was his assistant? Wow, he had an interesting experience.



If it's as melancholic and magically realistic as AIR, then I'm already on the ship.


The girl in the teaser is holding a spider lily in her hand which is symbolism for many different things in Japan and East Asia. I'm excited, despite the bright colors of the PV, the show looks mysterious and there are hints of sadness and tragedy.


Are you talking about that red flower that constantly appears in various "dark" shows as a symbol of murder and spilled blood?

Oct 13, 3:52 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
The author of the original manga was Araki's assistant, and Horikoshi was his assistant? Wow, he had an interesting experience.

samashi20 said:
I can't look at the trailer without seeing Nino and Recruit from Arakawa Under the Bridge. A new shounen with duo MCs, mystery and supernatural elements? Count me in. Any info on the studio? Am I blind or was it not announced?


If it's as melancholic and magically realistic as AIR, then I'm already on the ship.


The girl in the teaser is holding a spider lily in her hand which is symbolism for many different things in Japan and East Asia. I'm excited, despite the bright colors of the PV, the show looks mysterious and there are hints of sadness and tragedy.

Oct 13, 3:50 PM by samashi20

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