If it follows the pattern of series like Knights of Sidonia, Ajin and Seven Deadly Sins, Netflix will launch the Little Witch Academia TV anime when the Japanese run breaks or completes. In the meantime, the Japanese broadcast hits its third episode this Sunday, and @Trigger_Tattun, production studio Trigger's most internationally engaged social media user, has been stoking the anticipation. More after the jump.
Following the OP song "Shiny Ray" by YURiKA, Toho Animation has posted a music video for "Hoshi wo Tadoreba," the ED theme song for the Little Witch Academia TV anime sung by Japanese singer-songwriter Yuiko Ohara, who also previously performed the theme the second film released in October 2015. Check her new video after the jump.
Toho Animation's official YouTube channel has posted a two-minute music video for "Shiny Ray," the OP theme song for the Little Witch Academia TV anime performed by rookie singer YURiKA. She was a winner of the 1st Toho Animation Records Next Generation Artist Audition held last spring. Check her debut song after the jump!
TRIGGER is gearing up to launch its latest incarnation of Little Witch Academia in January of 2017, and as part of the festivities a giant banner featuring key artwork of Akko performing Shiny Chariot's special "Shiny Arc" finishing move will be displayed at Shinjuku Station. Hit the jump to learn more.
Coming January 8th, Trigger's Little Witch Academia returns with a new series hitting Japanese TV and the local Netflix (an international Netflix streaming run is also planned). The latest look at this TV anime follow-up to 2013's Anime Mirai short and 2015 crowd-funded production comes from a pair of commercials spotlighting the themes. Get a look after the jump.
This weekend, the first three episodes of the winter 2017 Little Witch Academia were presented along with a cast talk and theme song performance. Attendees are reporting that the event revealed that the anime is planned for a split-cour distribution, meaning that it will have two, non-contiguous three-month broadcasts. More after the jump.