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Manga 'Acro Trip' Gets TV Anime in 2024

by Hyperion_PS
Nov 30, 2022 2:44 PM | 27 Comments
Shueisha opened an official website for a television anime adaptation of Yone Sawata's Acro Trip manga on Thursday, revealing a celebratory illustration (pictured). The anime is set to premiere in 2024.

Sawata began drawing the comedy manga in Ribon Magazine in February 2017. Shueisha shipped the fourth volume on February 25, with the fifth volume scheduled to be released on January 25.

Official site: https://acrotrip-anime.com/
Official manga page: http://ribon.shueisha.co.jp/lineup/acrotrip/index.html

Source: Comic Natalie

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Dauphine said:
Kumiveneella said:


I guess we can argue about definitions for as long as we want to, however I will just have to see for myself. I am not denying that there aren't such elements in the show however, I will just have to see for myself as aforementioned. Yet I still think you somewhat dodged my question, it could be perceived as you describing the "lesbian baiting" as inherently sexual, or are you perhaps saying the ecchi elements derived from two characters of the same sex interacting. Although I think has somewhat digressed from the topic of discussion present at first.

Sorry if you've been wanting to get like the last word all this time, and/or are tired of this discussion.


Ummm....soo....this thread got way off topic, but, in case it matters to someone, i just wanted to say this:

I once tried watching Nanoha back in the day when i was much younger and had very little anime experience (i.e. didn't know that anime could be degenerate....) I was very uncomfortable during the transformation scenes, because unlike in something like Sailor Moon, the body here was not undetailed barbie doll-like and covered up in sparkling light/colorful glow, instead, she was completely naked (her skin was....well, skin colored!) and then the way her clothes appeared on her (starting with the panties of course and getting a obvious camera angle of them) Made feel very much uncomfortable, the way the anime sexualized this actually made me drop it back in the day....


Thank you for elaborating on what was meant with the "ecchi" content, I couldn't really get a whole image from just the mention of it being there. As I expressed before I suppose I will see what the show is like if I ever get around to watching it.

Dec 10, 2022 9:18 AM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


You should not confuse ecchi as a genre and as an element of the show's aesthetic. Nanoha came out back in the days when any erotica was considered ecchi.


I guess we can argue about definitions for as long as we want to, however I will just have to see for myself. I am not denying that there aren't such elements in the show however, I will just have to see for myself as aforementioned. Yet I still think you somewhat dodged my question, it could be perceived as you describing the "lesbian baiting" as inherently sexual, or are you perhaps saying the ecchi elements derived from two characters of the same sex interacting. Although I think has somewhat digressed from the topic of discussion present at first.

Sorry if you've been wanting to get like the last word all this time, and/or are tired of this discussion.


Ummm....soo....this thread got way off topic, but, in case it matters to someone, i just wanted to say this:

I once tried watching Nanoha back in the day when i was much younger and had very little anime experience (i.e. didn't know that anime could be degenerate....) I was very uncomfortable during the transformation scenes, because unlike in something like Sailor Moon, the body here was not undetailed barbie doll-like and covered up in sparkling light/colorful glow, instead, she was completely naked (her skin was....well, skin colored!) and then the way her clothes appeared on her (starting with the panties of course and getting a obvious camera angle of them) Made feel very much uncomfortable, the way the anime sexualized this actually made me drop it back in the day....

Dec 10, 2022 9:04 AM by Dauphine

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


You should not confuse ecchi as a genre and as an element of the show's aesthetic. Nanoha came out back in the days when any erotica was considered ecchi.


I guess we can argue about definitions for as long as we want to, however I will just have to see for myself. I am not denying that there aren't such elements in the show however, I will just have to see for myself as aforementioned. Yet I still think you somewhat dodged my question, it could be perceived as you describing the "lesbian baiting" as inherently sexual, or are you perhaps saying the ecchi elements derived from two characters of the same sex interacting. Although I think has somewhat digressed from the topic of discussion present at first.

Sorry if you've been wanting to get like the last word all this time.


I don't think it's possible to have the last word in the subjective definitions debate. And while I understand where you're coming from, no, queerbaiting isn't always sexualized. Conversely, Japanese homoeroticism often associates it with asexuality.

Dec 8, 2022 12:51 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


How is Yuri ecchi though? And again I will have to see about the supposed "ecchi" elements for myself, because as far as I can see the show isn't tagged as such. Although thank you for illustrating your perceived fandom discourse, even if I deemed it useless information.


You should not confuse ecchi as a genre and as an element of the show's aesthetic. Nanoha came out back in the days when any erotica was considered ecchi.


I guess we can argue about definitions for as long as we want to, however I will just have to see for myself. I am not denying that there aren't such elements in the show however, I will just have to see for myself as aforementioned. Yet I still think you somewhat dodged my question, it could be perceived as you describing the "lesbian baiting" as inherently sexual, or are you perhaps saying the ecchi elements derived from two characters of the same sex interacting. Although I think has somewhat digressed from the topic of discussion present at first.

Sorry if you've been wanting to get like the last word all this time, and/or are tired of this discussion.

Dec 8, 2022 12:47 PM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


Nanoha's yuri bait is part of the franchise's ecchi element, so if you love this show, you're unlikely to scold it for it, regardless of gender or sexuality. It's like trying to find a Sailor Moon fan complaining about feminism on the show.


How is Yuri ecchi though? And again I will have to see about the supposed "ecchi" elements for myself, because as far as I can see the show isn't tagged as such. Although thank you for illustrating your perceived fandom discourse, even if I deemed it useless information.


You should not confuse ecchi as a genre and as an element of the show's aesthetic. Nanoha came out back in the days when any erotica was considered ecchi.

Dec 8, 2022 12:36 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


Oh, well I just think fan controversy to be quite meaningless, is that not what I insinuated with my willingness to see the state of matters with my own eyes.


Nanoha's yuri bait is part of the franchise's ecchi element, so if you love this show, you're unlikely to scold it for it, regardless of gender or sexuality. It's like trying to find a Sailor Moon fan complaining about feminism on the show.


How is Yuri ecchi though? And again I will have to see about the supposed "ecchi" elements for myself, because as far as I can see the show isn't tagged as such. Although thank you for illustrating your perceived fandom discourse, even if I deemed it useless information.

Dec 8, 2022 12:20 PM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


My point is that the ecchi aspect of the show is mostly discussed in the context of fan controversy, not the show itself.


Oh, well I just think fan controversy to be quite meaningless, is that not what I insinuated with my willingness to see the state of matters with my own eyes.


Nanoha's yuri bait is part of the franchise's ecchi element, so if you love this show, you're unlikely to scold it for it, regardless of gender or sexuality. It's like trying to find a Sailor Moon fan complaining about feminism on the show.

Dec 8, 2022 12:08 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


Is the context not quite obvious, I asked about the show not the fans of the show. How would the fans of the show have anything to do with the contents of the show. Sorry if this is somehow confusing.

Edit* I just deemed that this had somewhat veered off the topic at hand.


My point is that the ecchi aspect of the show is mostly discussed in the context of fan controversy, not the show itself.


Oh, well I just think fan controversy to be quite meaningless, is that not what I insinuated with my willingness to see the state of matters with my own eyes.

Dec 8, 2022 12:02 PM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


By ignoring my question about context, you only confuse this even more.


Is the context not quite obvious, I asked about the show not the fans of the show. How would the fans of the show have anything to do with the contents of the show. Sorry if this is somehow confusing.

Edit* I just deemed that this had somewhat veered off the topic at hand.


My point is that the ecchi aspect of the show is mostly discussed in the context of fan controversy, not the show itself.

Dec 8, 2022 11:58 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


But my question is what are you trying to insinuate? Is there not a meaning for you bringing this up, why did you deem this important enough to bring up.


By ignoring my question about context, you only confuse this even more.


Is the context not quite obvious, I asked about the show not the fans of the show. How would the fans of the show have anything to do with the contents of the show. Sorry if this is somehow confusing.

Edit* I just deemed that this had somewhat veered off the topic at hand.

Dec 8, 2022 11:53 AM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


In the context of Nanoha or this thread?


But my question is what are you trying to insinuate? Is there not a meaning for you bringing this up, why did you deem this important enough to bring up.


By ignoring my question about context, you only confuse this even more.

Dec 8, 2022 11:43 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


But what does fandom discourse have to do with the contents of the show. What does this actually bring to this conversation. What I'm asking is, why bring this up?


In the context of Nanoha or this thread?


But my question is what are you trying to insinuate? Is there not a meaning for you bringing this up, why did you deem this important enough to bring up.

Dec 8, 2022 11:31 AM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


Nanoha is a pretty infamous show in that regard. Not the sexualization itself, but the way people treated it. I still remember shippers reporting her male love interest illustrations as child pornography in order to get it removed.


But what does fandom discourse have to do with the contents of the show. What does this actually bring to this conversation. What I'm asking is, why bring this up?


In the context of Nanoha or this thread?

Dec 8, 2022 11:28 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


Oh is that so, that's interesting to hear. I suppose I will just have to see for myself, if these complaints have basis if I ever get to watching Nanoha.


Nanoha is a pretty infamous show in that regard. Not the sexualization itself, but the way people treated it. I still remember shippers reporting her male love interest illustrations as child pornography in order to get it removed.


But what does fandom discourse have to do with the contents of the show. What does this actually bring to this conversation. What I'm asking is, why bring this up?

Edit* I don't care for you wanting to paint some sort of larger than life villains out of vocal shippers. You just always seem to be bringing them up that's all.

Dec 8, 2022 11:26 AM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


Not only is Nanoha aimed at a male audience, it was one of the first to target it, and so strongly that people are said to have called the network's office and complained that "their show for little girls sexualizes women very much."


Oh is that so, that's interesting to hear. I suppose I will just have to see for myself, if these complaints have basis if I ever get to watching Nanoha.


Nanoha is a pretty infamous show in that regard. Not the sexualization itself, but the way people treated it. I still remember shippers reporting her male love interest illustrations as child pornography in order to get it removed.

Dec 8, 2022 11:06 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Kumiveneella said:


Admittedly one could argue that most mahou shoujo anime are marketed to a male audience nowadays, with the 2011 shift From magical girl to tragical girl, although mahou shoujo has always been somewhat tragic and dark. You could argue that after 2011 the genre became more male oriented, however even that's just a generalization.

Is Nanoha targeted towards a male demographic?

The subject of "male audience oriented" mahou shoujo anime is quite interesting, is it the violence that makes them male audience oriented? "male audience oriented" mahou shoujo anime, never could hold a candle for idol anime within the "hardcore otaku" audiences though.

Edit* Yeah, Edited the text somewhat, so just ignore what it said before this. Sorry for any possible inconveniences.




Not only is Nanoha aimed at a male audience, it was one of the first to target it, and so strongly that people are said to have called the network's office and complained that "their show for little girls sexualizes women very much."


Oh is that so, that's interesting to hear. I suppose I will just have to see for myself, if these complaints have basis if I ever get to watching Nanoha.

Dec 8, 2022 11:01 AM by Kumiveneella

Kumiveneella said:
RobertBobert said:


SHOUJO mahou shoujo? This is a rarity these days, the market is too saturated with shows for the male audience.


Admittedly one could argue that most mahou shoujo anime are marketed to a male audience nowadays, with the 2011 shift From magical girl to tragical girl, although mahou shoujo has always been somewhat tragic and dark. You could argue that after 2011 the genre became more male oriented, however even that's just a generalization.

Is Nanoha targeted towards a male demographic?

The subject of "male audience oriented" mahou shoujo anime is quite interesting, is it the violence that makes them male audience oriented? "male audience oriented" mahou shoujo anime, never could hold a candle for idol anime within the "hardcore otaku" audiences though.

Edit* Yeah, Edited the text somewhat, so just ignore what it said before this. Sorry for any possible inconveniences.




Not only is Nanoha aimed at a male audience, it was one of the first to target it, and so strongly that people are said to have called the network's office and complained that "their show for little girls sexualizes women very much."

Dec 8, 2022 10:35 AM by RobertBobert

Oh....it's a Shoujo! I actually wanted to dismiss this, thinking it was CGDCT before actually looking at the thread, but since it's Shoujo, i'm gonna give this one a try! :)

Dec 6, 2022 2:51 AM by Dauphine

Ramkec said:
Thanks for the synopsis. Sounds pretty wholesome, will keep an eye on.
CureEtude said:
mozgow said:
I see Fario had already been summoned.

Then I summon @CureEtude, check this out.
Oh, thanks for the summon Moz and thanks for the synopsis Fario. I saw it added to the database, but without a synopsis, wasn't really sure what was going on, but yeah this is promising. Stylistically reminds me of Hanako-kun from the teaser image and I'm def down for more of that aesthetic. :thumbsup:
You're very welcome! I'm very excited for the aesthetic as well as the show too. Never heard of this series beforehand but I hope it gets decent staff!

Dec 1, 2022 10:07 AM by Fario-P

mozgow said:
I see Fario had already been summoned.

Then I summon @CureEtude, check this out.
Oh, thanks for the summon Moz and thanks for the synopsis Fario. I saw it added to the database, but without a synopsis, wasn't really sure what was going on, but yeah this is promising. Stylistically reminds me of Hanako-kun from the teaser image and I'm def down for more of that aesthetic. :thumbsup:

Dec 1, 2022 7:08 AM by CureEtude

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