Girls Meet Motorcycles in Super Cub Anime Adaptation

Key staff revealed for upcoming adaptation based on light novel series by Tone Koken and Hiro

A banner image for the upcoming Super Cub TV anime, featuring artwork from the Super Cub novels written by Tone Koken and illustrated by Hiro.


Easy rider takes on a new meaning in Super Cub, a newly announced anime adaptation based on the series of light novels written by Tone Koken and illustrated by Hiro about a lonely high school girl who begins to open up socially after acquiring a mini-motorcycle. Key members of the Super Cub staff have been revealed, including:


  • Original work: Super Cub, written by Tone Koken, illustrated by Hiro, and published by KADOKAWA under their Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko imprint
  • Director: Toshiro Fujii
  • Series composition, script: Toshizou Nemoto
  • Character design: Tōru Imanishi
  • Animation production: Studio KAI



The story of Super Cub follows Koguma, a high school student in Yamanishi Prefecture who has no friends, no family, and no hobbies to keep her busy. One day, she acquires a second-hand Super Cub mini-motorcycle, and her life is soon full of mini-adventures (detours, running out of gas, etc.) as a she learns how to ride and maintain the bike. Soon she meets Reiko, another girl who rides a motorcycle to school, and thanks to her Super Cub, a whole new world opens up for Oguma.


Additional details about the Super Cub anime (such as the cast, the format, and the release date) have not yet been revealed.




Comic Natalie


Hime poses for a Crunchyroll ad banner.



Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

Otras Noticias Principales

0 Comentarios
¡Sea el primero en comentar!
Ordenar por:
Banner de Hime

Prueba la Nueva CrunchyrollBeta