Far East Meets Wild West in Back Arrow TV Anime OP / ED Animations

Original series directed by Goro Taniguchi is currently broadcasting in Japan and streaming on Funimation

Elsha Lean and Atlee Ariel, a pair of young ladies dressed as ranch hands, smile and bump shoulders in a scene from the Back Arrow TV anime opening animation.


If you're in the mood for something peppy and off-the-wall, then check out the credit-free opening and ending credit animations for Back Arrow, a currently broadcasting original TV anime, which are available online for a limited time via the official Aniplex Youtube channel.



The opening animation (above) features the song "dawn", which is performed by LiSA. The ending animation (below) features the song "Sekai no Hate" ("The World's Question Mark"), which is performed by Shuka Saitō.



Funimation describes the story of Back Arrow as follows:


Lingalind is enclosed by the Wall. The Wall covers, protects, cultivates, and nurtures the land. The Wall is God. One day in Edger, a village on the outskirts, a mysterious man named Back Arrow appears. Arrow has no memory, but he claims that all he knows is that “I came from outside the Wall.” Arrow tries to go beyond the Wall to regain his memories but is pulled into one conflict after another.


A key visual for the Back Arrow original TV anime, featuring the main characters posing dramatically alongside their mecha.


Back Arrow is directed by Goro Taniguchi and features animation production by Studio VOLN. The series is currently broadcasting in Japan on TOKYO MX and other stations, and it is also available via streaming in the United States via Funimation as part of their Winter 2021 simulcast lineup.


Source: MoCa


Copyright notice: © Goro Taniguchi・Kazuki Nakashima・ANIPLEX / BACK ARROW COMMITTEE


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