The film with a new storyline courtesy of manga author Kenjiro Hata will soon be available through select digital outlets
Sentai Filmworks has announced the license of Hayate the Combat Butler - Heaven is a Place on Earth. The film with a new storyline courtesy of manga author Kenjiro Hata will soon be available through select digital outlets. Dates and details for the home video release version will follow.
Sentai describes the feature
Wthe star-crossed mistress/butler couple take a trip to a secluded vacation retreat, they find themselves trapped in conflicting realities! If it’s not bad enough that Hayate finds himself in a world where Nagi seems to have never existed, Nagi’s having an even less wonderful life, trapped in a mysterious and deadly amusement park of doom!
Heading up the all-new production is director Hideto Komori, who also adapted the character designs from Hata’s originals, while the screenplay is the work of Yasuko Kobayashi (story editor/script, Attack on Titanand Witchblade). Rounding out the staff are several regular contributors to the Hayate franchise, with music provided by Wataru Maeguchi (Maid Sama!) whose connection with the series also includes Hayate the Combat Butler: Cuties and Hayate The Combat Butler: Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You, while veteran powerhouse Manglobe (Ergo Proxy, Samurai Champloo, The World God Only Knows) once again handles animation production.