'The Orbital Children' Anime Releases Collaboration Visual With Mitsuo Iso's Previous Work 'Dennou Coil'
The first half of The Orbital Children launches on Netflix on January 28
Ahead of the release of the first part of Mitsuo Iso's first full work since 2007's Coil - A Circle of Children (more commonly known as Dennou Coil), The Orbital Children, the two anime have collaborated in a brand new visual drawn by Toshiyuki Inoue, the lead animator on The Orbital Children and animation director for Coil.
The visual is in celebration of Coil - A Circle of Children being rebroadcast on BS Fuji and Nico Nico Live Broadcasting in Japan from January 22. BS Fuji will also be airing two behind-the-scenes specials for The Orbital Children on January 20 and January 27 ahead of the theatrical and streaming release of the first part on January 28.
The Orbital Children is directed and written by Mitsuo Iso with characters designed by Kenichi Yoshida and its animation directed by Toshiyuki Inoue. The series is being produced at Production +h. and it is set to release all six episodes of the first season on Netflix around the world on January 28. The second half of the anime is scheduled to be released theatrically in Japan on February 11.
Source: Comic Natalie
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