March comes in like a lion is one of this season’s most visually striking shows, so it’s hardly surprising that I’m taking another look at the show in this week’s installment of Anime vs. Real Life. How does Shaft’s distinctive visual style influence the real-life locations featured in the show? Find out after the jump!
It is confirmed today that an anime film adaptation of internationally acclaimed Japanese director Shunji Iwai's 1993 TV drama Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? in the works by Shaft for an August 18, 2017 release. Watch a one-minute teaser introducing the character voices by Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, and Mamoru Miyano after the jump.
Anime vs. Real Life returns this week with another look at the real life locations of Studio Shaft’s fantastic drama, March comes in like a lion. Hit the jump for more!
The latest installment of Anime vs. Real Life comes in like a lion this week, giving you a glimpse at the real world locations of the currently airing – surprise, surprise! – March comes in like a lion! See how the show’s locations compare to its real world counterparts.
The work of Gekidan Inu Curry, the Russian/Czech animation troupe best known for their witch work on Madoka Magica as well as work on Shaft's Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei, Monogatari, Maria Holioc and Hidamari Sketch are a disconcerting fit with the studio's adaptation of March Comes In Like a Lion. In other words, perfect for Halloween. So, the studio brought them back for more this holiday.