At the Trigger panel at Anime Expo, the anime studio announced that the Little Witch Academia TV anime follow-up to 2013's Anime Mirai short and 2015 crowd-funded production will be streamed internationally on Netflix. More after the jump.
Like many fans, animator Takafumi Hori, a veteran of Trigger anime including Kill La Kill and the earlier Little Witch Academia shorts, is quite hyped about the news of a Little Witch Academia TV anime. And, he's prepared for that battle, treating fans to a bit of an animated doodle. Check it out after the jump.
Little Witch Academia—which originally began as an Anime Mirai short in 2013, followed by a crowdfunded sequel in 2015—is preparing to become a full-fledged TV anime series. The baton was passed at the end of Space Patrol Luluco, and the official website followed up to confirm plans for the upcoming series. Read on for more.
Streaming service Netflix has begun offering Trigger's 2013 short Little Witch Academia, produced as part of the Anime Mirai project with funding from the Japanese government's Agency for Cultural Affairs to help train young animators, and Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, its 2015 follow-up partially funded through a Kickstarter camapaign. More after the jump.
Netflix continues to make in-roads into the Japanese streaming market, this time with a simultaneous streaming release of Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade. Hit the jump to learn more.