Platinum End, Hikaru no Go Collaborate to Celebrate TV Anime Broadcast

Both original manga series was illustrated by Takeshi Obata

Platinum End


To celebrate the premiere of the Platinum End TV anime series next month and the 20th anniversary of the Hikaru no Go TV anime, the two franchises, which both had their original manga illustrated by Takeshi Obata, appeared in a collaborative visual featuring the lead characters from both series.


Platinum End x Hikaru no Go


The visual will also be on exhibition at the Platinum End pop-up shop on the 6th floor of the Shinjuku Marui from October 1 to 17. 


The Hikaru no Go TV anime ran for 75 episodes between October 10, 2001, and March 26, 2003, with Crunchyroll currently streaming the series in both Japanese and English. Platinum End is scheduled to start in Japan on October 7 and broadcast until March 2022 with Crunchyroll streaming the series as it airs. Crunchyroll describes it as such:


"I will give you the hope to live."


Kakehashi Mirai lost his parents in an accident and lived in misery with the relatives who took him in. Having lost hope in everything, he jumped off the roof of a building on the day of his middle school graduation. But then he met an angel...


Source: Platinum End on Twitter


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

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