The first news is about Staff, Character Visuals, and a Manga Promo Video Unveiled by Acro Trip TV Anime A promotional film celebrating the publication of the fifth compiled book volume of the Acro Trip manga, as well as crew information, were all made public on the website for the television anime adaptation of Yone Sawata’s Acro Trip manga. Chizuko Date, the primary character in the video, is voiced by Miku It, who also narrates. Today’s Anime news is about Acro Trip TV Anime and Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible
The animation at Voil is being directed by Ayumu Kotake, a Pet assistant director. The series composition is under the direction of Shinichi Inotsume (PERSONA 5 the Animation). The characters are created by Toshie Kawamura (Yes! Precure 5).
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• Berry Blossom
Beginning in 2024, the anime will air. The protagonist of the comedy is an otaku girl named Chizuko Date who resides in a city in the Niigata Prefecture. The magical girl Berry Blossom who guards the city is the object of Chizuko’s adoration. Berry Blossom and Chroma frequently engage in combat, but since Chroma, the head of the local bad group Fossa Magna, is ineffective and feeble, nobody else seems to care anymore. Chizuko makes a deep commitment to shed light on the magical girl’s escapades, and this determination leads the apparently quiet middle school student down a perilous path populated by odd characters.
The manga was first published by Sawata in 2017’s issue of Ribon from Shueisha, and on December 1, 2023, the series came to a conclusion. This past Wednesday, Shueisha released the fifth volume of the manga’s collected works.
The Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible (Kubo-san wa Mob o Yurusanai) television anime’s official website revealed on Tuesday that the staff of the show is delaying all episodes after episode 6 because of the impact COVID-19 is having on the production schedule. Starting in April, episodes 1 through 10 of the anime will be rebroadcast. Tokyo MX, BS11, and MBS all carry the anime, which had its premiere on January 10 at 9:30 p.m. on the AT-X channel. As the show airs, it is available on HIDIVE.
The anime is being produced by PINE JAM (Do It Yourself!, Kageki Shoujo!!) and is being directed by Kazuomi Koga (Rent-A-Girlfriend both seasons, Rainy Cocoa, Welcome to Rainy Color). The series’ scripts are being written by Yya Takahashi (Laughing Under the Clouds, Lupin III: Part IV, Luck & Logic), who is also in charge of overseeing it, while the characters are being designed for animation by Yoshiko Sait (Comic Girls). The opening theme song, “Dramatic Janakutemo” (Even Though it’s Not Dramatic), is being sung by Kana Hanazawa. “Kasuka de Tashika,” the epilogue’s theme song, is being performed by Dialogue+.
Junta Shiraishi, a freshman in high school, is a mob figure who is invisible even when he is right next to you. However, his classmate Kubo, a “heroine-level beauty,” always recognises him and is there to make fun of him. It is possible for anyone to become special to someone, but it may be a bit too soon to refer to these emotions as “love.” Maybe this story is still two steps away from being a romantic comedy; instead, let’s call it a cute comedy where a supporting character emerges.
In the October 2019 issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump magazine, Yukimori debuted the manga. Additionally, the Shonen Jump+ website and app host the manga. The manga’s eleventh volume was released by Shueisha on December 19.