Free Climbing Girls of Iwa Kakeru! -Sports Climbing Girls- TV Anime Boulder From October 2020 in 1st Trailer
The 1st trailer for the TV anime was released today alongside more the climbers from other schools
No mountain is high enough for the girls from upcoming TV anime Iwa Kakeru! -Sports Climbing Girls-, based off Ryudai Ishizaka's sports manga series Iwa Kakeru! -Climbing Girls-, and its sequel manga series Iwa Kakeru!! -Try a new climbing-. The first trailer for the series was released on July 24 announcing an October premiere date, and more of the supporting cast from the rival schools to fill out the harnesses with their character sheets.
Joining the main cast members that were announced back in April are:
Kurikawa High School
Mikako Komatsu (Sanae Kozuki in Sakura Quest) as Chinari Iwamine
Sachi Kokuryu (Ilse Langnar in Attack on Titan) as Chigusa Kumagai
St. Catalano Girls
Chihiro Ueda (Masaru Saiga in Karakuri Circus) as Masumi Fujita
Daria Midou (Chihiro Onizuka in Hi Score Girl) as Rina Samura
Machico (Tsubasa Ibuki in The Idolmaster Million Live! video games) as Kurea Oba
Kokureikan High School
Yukari Tamura (Suzuha Amane in Steins;Gate 0) as Anne Kurusu
Previously released visual:
The original Iwa Kakeru! -Climbing Girls- manga follows Konomi Kasahara as she discovers the sport of rock climbing (also known as bouldering in Japan) in her new high school after training her mind in puzzle games in junior-high. She uses her puzzle-solving skills, along with her killer abs, to climb the ranks of her new school club – the climbing club.
Iwa Kakeru! -Sports Climbing Girls- will be directed by Tetsuro Amino (Macross 7) at anime studio Blade, with Touko Machida (The Idol Master) penning the scripts and looking after the series composition. The characters will be designed by Yoshihiro Watanabe (Haganai) and music composed by Tsubasa Ito (composer at CyGames). The series will premiere in October 2020.
Source: Comic Natalie
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