The official site for the TV anime adaptation of Hajime Segawa's psychic action manga Tokyo ESP launched today, and it announced that the anime will premiere on Tokyo MX and other stations in this summer. Check the key visual after the jump.
Little has been heard about plans to adapt Hajime Segawa's 2010 action manga Tokyo ESP into an anime since Kodansha's May announcement, but a new visual is now confirming that the series can be expected in 2014. More after the jump.
Hajime Segawa developed Toyko ESP while writing Ga-Rei, the supernatural manga that inspired prequel anime Ga-Rei Zero. His first proposal was something like The Matrix with a fart powered hero. When his editor scuttled that, he settled on an action series starring a girl whose phasing abilities manifest after she has a vision of a flying penguin. Publisher Kadokawa has now announced that the series is slated to be adapted into an anime series. More after the jump.