New key visual and TV schedule revealed for upcoming adaptation of psychic suspense manga
A dramatic new preview video, a new key visual, and the Japanese TV schedule have been published for Talentless Nana (known in Japan as Munou na Nana), an upcoming TV anime based on the psychic suspense / psychological thriller manga written by Looseboy and illustrated by Iori Furuya about an elite class of gifted teenagers who train to defeat the monstrous forces that threaten the world.
The original Talentless Nana manga is serialized in Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan manga magazine, and English language version is also available via simulpub on Crunchyroll, who describe the story of the series as follows:
An academy on an island in unnavigable waters. There, students trained tirelessly, to fight back against the enemies of humanity. The protagonist, a student newly transferred there, also sets out with the intention of eradicating all enemies of humankind. An unpredictable, intellectual suspense story of justice and evil.
The Talentless Nana TV anime is directed by Shinji Ishihira and features animation production by Bridge. The series will broadcast in Japan according to the following TV schedule:
- AT-X: every Sunday during the 21:30 time slot beginning on October 04, 2020, with repeat broadcasts on Mondays at 22:00, Wednesdays at 14:00, and Saturdays at 6:00.
- TOKYO MX: every Sunday during the 22:00 time slot beginning on October 04, 2020.
- Sun TV: every Sunday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on October 04, 2020.
- TV Aichi: every Sunday during the 25:05 time slot beginning on October 04, 2020.
- BS Fuji: every Tuesday during the 24:00 time slot beginning on October 06, 2020.
Please note that some Japanese TV schedules count early-morning programming as late-night programming of the previous day, so for example the 25:05 time slot on Monday evening is actually at 1:05am JST on Tuesday morning.
Source: Comic Natalie
Copyright notice: © Looseboy・Iori Furuya / SQUARE ENIX・"Talentless Nana" Production Committee
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