Today’s anime news about My Clueless First Friend and Tales of Symphonia

The first news is about the first anime trailer for My Clueless First Friend reveals the cast, staff, and April premiere

By Sonu | Jan 20, 2023 | 4 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


The first full promotional video for the television adaptation of Taku Kawamura’s My Clueless First Friend (Jijou WO Shiranai Tenkousei ga Guigui Kuru.) manga was made available on Thursday on the official website of the show, revealing the show’s April launch date and new cast members. In April, TOKYO MX, TV Aichi, BS Fuji, Animax, and other channels will broadcast the anime’s Japanese premiere. The anime will be available to watch on Crunchyroll as it airs in Japan. Today’s anime news about My Clueless First Friend and Tales of Symphonia

The manga was published under licence by Square Enix Manga & Books, which provides the following summary of the plot:

Until a new child shows around, a lonely, depressed fifth-grader is the object of constant taunting and tormenting from her classmates. Friendly Takada is as illiterate as he is well-intentioned, but he somehow has the mystical power to begin coaxing “Grim Reaper” Nishimura out of her shell. An odd friendship develops as the elementary school students enjoy the summertime activities they would normally enjoy as children, such as swimming, gathering sunflowers, and watching fireworks.

Konomi Kohara plays Akane Nishimura and Shizuka Ishigami plays Taiyo Takada in the main cast of the anime.

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The additional cast members are:

• Kengo Kawanishi as Daichi Hino

• Reina Kondo as Umi Adachi

• Atsumi Tanezaki as Yukiko Takada

The animation at St.Signpost is being directed by Shigenori Kageyama (DYNAMIC CHORD, Himawari!, Himawari Too!! ), while the character designs are being done by Chikashi Kadekaru (Mieruko-chan, Juni Taisen: Zodiac War). The series scripts are written by Shogo Yasukawa (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, Ayakashi Triangle) and Takafumi Hoshikawa (Shaman King Storyboard, Unit Director), and the music is being composed by Toshio Masuda (Kamisama Kiss, Naruto).

The anime’s additional staffs are:

• Assistant Director: Taiji Kawanishi (Scan2Go)

• Art Director: Jiafang Lu

• Color Key Artist: Kota Yanai

• Compositing Director of Photography: Tetsuya Kawada (My Stepmom’s Daughter Is My Ex)

• Editing: Keisuke Yanagi (Jujutsu Kaisen 0, Tokyo Ghoul)

• Sound Director: Noboru Haraguchi (Tokyo Ghoul, Cerberus)

In the May 2018 issue of Square Enix’s Gangan Joker magazine, Kawamura debuted the manga. The 14th volume of the manga will be released by Square Enix on March 22 after the first compilation book volume was released in October 2018 for the series. On March 7 and June 6, respectively, the first and second volumes of the manga will be released in English by Square Enix Manga & Books.

The second news is about YouTube’s Tales of Symphonia anime streaming with subtitles

To celebrate the impending release of the Tales of Symphonia role-playing game remaster, Bandai Namco started streaming the first episode of Tales of Symphonia: The Animation’s original video animation (OVA) on YouTube on Wednesday. All 11 episodes of the Japanese Tales of television series will be available to view on YouTube, one of which will debut every Wednesday, according to the official Twitter account for the show. If and when additional episodes will stream are not made clear on the English Twitter account. English, Spanish, French, and Italian subtitles are included alongside the Japanese audio for the anime.

The anime was made available on home video thanks to a licencing from Discotek. The anime may be seen on Crunchyroll. In 2007, the first four volumes of the original Tales of Symphonia anime series were released. In 2010, Tales of Symphonia the Animation: Tethe’alla Episode, its four-volume follow-up, made its appearance. The United World Episode, a three-volume follow-up to Tales of Symphonia the Animation, was released in 2011. For the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Tales of Symphonia Remastered will be released on February 17. Both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S will be able to play the game.

Nintendo explains the plot as follows:

According to mythology, a Chosen One will one day emerge from among the populace in a dying globe, and the land will be revived. In this grand adventure, the distinction between good and evil is hazy and the future of two interconnected worlds is at stake. As Lloyd Irving and his pals attempt to save both worlds, follow their quest.

On the Nintendo GameCube, Bandai Namco Games first released Tales of Symphonia in 2003. Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, the sequel, was released by Bandai Namco Games for the Wii in 2008. In Japan in October 2013 under the name Tales of Symphonia: Unisonant Pack for the PS3, and in Europe, Australasia, and the Americas in February 2014 under the name Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, Bandai Namco Titles released an HD remaster of both Tales of Symphonia games. Both games’ remastered releases featured both English and Japanese audio tracks. In February 2017, the PC version of Tales of Symphonia HD was made available.

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