"Youth disease outburst Boy" TV Anime Reveals ED Theme Performer

Voice actor Shugo Nakamura makes his single debut for upcoming TV anime adaptating a 2015 Vocaloid song

A banner image made from a key visual for the Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy TV anime, featuring the main characters being chuni.

 

The ending theme performer has been revealed for Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy ("Youth disease outburst Boy"), an upcoming TV anime based on the 2015 Vocaloid song by rerulili and kagomeP about a young lady whose high school experience is turned upside down when she accidentally befriends a group of young men who are each suffering from a different adolescent delusion.

 

Voice actor Shugo Nakamura poses for a promotional image for the release of his debut single, "Here comes The SUN".

 

The ending theme, entitled "Here comes The SUN", is performed by voice actor Shugo Nakamura, who also plays the role of Tomoki Takashima in Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy. "Here comes The SUN" is Nakamura's debut single, and it will be released in Japan on October 30, 2019. The single retails for 1300 yen ($11.97 US) plus tax.

 

 

The story of Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy follows Mizuki Kyoji, an ordinary high school student who transfers to a new school about halfway through her high school career. After changing schools, Mizuki encounters four young men who are suffering from "chunibyou": Noda, a young man who wants to be a superhero; Takashima, a handsome young man who is also an incorrigible otaku; Nakamura, a young man who claims to be the reincarnation of an angel or a devil; and Tsukumo, a young man who claims to be a secret political power broker.

 

A key visual for the Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy TV anime, featuring the main cast of very delusional teenage boys and the heroine protagonist.

 

Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy is directed by Kazuya Ichikawa and features animation production by Studio Deen. The series will begin broadcasting in Japan in October of 2019.

 

Sources:

Ota-suke

Official Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy TV anime home page

 

Hime poses for a Crunchyroll ad banner.

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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