Science fiction TV anime based on manga by Masamune Shirow and Kōshi Rikudō begins airing on January 08, 2016
A new TV spot for Pandora in the Crimson Shell Ghost Urn, a science fiction anime TV series adapted from the manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow and Kōshi Rikudō, is now available online. The 15 second trailer is a mash-up of moe and cyberpunk elements.
Funimation describes the show as follows: "From Shirow Masamune, the creator of Ghost in the Shell and Appleseed, comes the story of two cybernetically enhanced girls fighting to save their home. A super-powered terrorist has threatened the island of Cenancle. To fight him off, Nene Nanakorobi, a cybernetic girl-next-door, will have to team up with famous inventor Delilah Uzal and her adorably grumpy cyborg assistant, Clarion."
Pandora in the Crimson Shell Ghost Urn begins its Japanese broadcast on January 08, 2016. Funimation is simulcasting Pandora in the Crimson Shell Ghost Urn as part of their Winter 2016 line-up.
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