THE [email protected] Shiny Colors Game Gets TV Anime in Spring 2024
Animation project also includes theatrical release in fall 2023
A new [email protected] saga is about to begin!
THE [email protected] Shiny Colors, which launched for the enza browser game platform in 2018 and iOS and Android the following year, will be getting the anime treatment next year. The announcement was made this weekend, during day 2 of the Shiny Colors 5th live concern, "If I_wings."
In honor of the occasion, a key visual of series star Mano Sakuragi was revealed, as well as a teaser:
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A website has also opened for the project.
The 16 lead voice actresses from the game's four main units have been confirmed to be returning for the anime adaptation:
- Hitomi Sekine as Mano Sakuragi
- Reina Kondou as Hiori Kazano
- Mayu Mineda as Meguru Hachimiya
- Karin Isobe as Kogan Tsukioka
- Chisa Suganuma as Mamimi Tanaka
- Anna Yamaki as Sakuya Shirase
- Shio Kisui as Yuika Mitsumine
- Yuina Mizuki as Kiriko Yukoku
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- Hiyori Kono as Kaho Komiya
- Haruka Shiraishi as Chiyoko Sonoda
- Mariko Nagai as Juri Saiko
- Wakana Maruoka as Rinze Morino
- Akiho Suzumoto as Natsuha Arisugawa
- Honoka Kuroki as Amana Osaki
- Ryoko Maekawa as Tenka Osaki
- Noriko Shibasaki as Chiyuki Kuwayama
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Mankyū (THE [email protected] CINDERELLA GIRLS Theater, The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague) is set to direct the series for Polygon Pictures, with Bandai Namco Entertainment handling planning and production. Yoichi Kato (THE [email protected] Million Live, Aikatsu!) is in charge of series composition and screenplay.
Prior to the TV premiere, the series is set for a theatrical run starting October 27. The 12-episode run will be divided into three chapters, each with a three-week limited run in 75 theaters across Japan.
THE [email protected] Shiny Colors is set to premiere on TV in spring 2024.
Source: Comic Natalie
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