Jun Maeda's The Day I Became God TV Anime Starts Saving the World on October 10

A short new trailer was released to commemorate the date announcement

The Day I Became God


The newest TV anime from the teams behind Angel Beats and CharlotteThe Day I Became God, starts its broadcast in Japan on October 10. A short new trailer was streamed for the series produced at P.A. Works to celebrate the announcement.





The Day I Became a God is the third collaboration between P.A. Works and Jun Maeda, after Angel Beats in 2010 and Charlotte in 2015. Leading the charge for The Day I Became a God is Charlotte director Yoshiyuki Asai, returning as the director again. Joining Jun Maeda on the original story and script is Na-Ga (Angel BeatsCharlotte) as the character designer.


The series is centered around Hina, a self-proclaimed god, who enlists Yota to help save the world within 30 days. 


The Day I Became a God 


A special program for the series will air on September 26 at 24:00 featuring interviews with the cast and crew of the series and theme song singer Yanagi Nagi, and more information on the production of the series.


The Day I Became God is scheduled to broadcast on Tokyo MX on October 10 at 24:00 (effectively, 12:00 AM on October 11) with affiliate stations following soon after.


Source: Comic Natalie


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram


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