NYAF: Crunchyroll Adds "Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere" to Fall Anime Lineup

SF Series From Sunrise Begins Streaming Today, 12 noon

Crunchyroll announced at their New York Anime Festival Panel that they will be streaming Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere as part of their Fall lineup of streaming anime. 

 

Based on a light novel series, and with animation production by Sunrise (Mobile Suit Gundam), this war-torn SF show features direction by Manabu Ono (Hellsing, A Channel).

 

Here's the official synopsis:

 

“History is coming to an end. When humans came down from the sky they brought with them the Testament, the guide to the path they must follow if they wish to return to the skies again.  Now, in a strange world where only the islands of Japan are inhabitable, the nations of the world vie for power and protect the portions of Japan that they have claimed, each armed with its own ultimate weapon: a Roysmoi Opro, the Armor of Deadly Sins.

 

But there may be a far greater threat to mankind than the Roysomi Opro, for the Testament ends abruptly, and it is now the last year.  Is this the end of humanity, or can Tori Aoi and his fellow students from the aerial metropolitan ship Musashi somehow affect the course of destiny? Who and what is the HORIZON IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE?”

 

 

HORIZON IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE will be available in the following territories: United States and Canada.

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