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  • Sket Dance mangaka’s Astra Lost In Space manga gets a TV anime

    After finishing his hilarious Sket Dance manga, mangaka Kenta Shinohara returned with the science fiction series, Astra Lost in Space. And now, in his twitter page, Shinohara himself dropped the big news. Much like Sket Dance, his current manga is also getting a TV anime adaptation. He even celebrated with an announcement illustration:

    Following the mangaka’s announcement, a new official website launched, and it also revealed further details. This includes a new key visual:

    School Live and Scum’s Wish director, Masaomi Andou will be directing the series with Lerche animating it. Norimitsu Kaihou is writing the scripts, while Scum’s Wish character designer Keiko Kurosawa is doing the character designs. Here’s how Viz describes the series:

    Itʼs the first day of Planet Camp, and Aries Spring couldnʼt be more excited! She, along with eight other strangers, leave for Planet McPa for a weeklong excursion. Soon after they arrive, however, a mysterious orb appears and transports them into the depths of space, where they find an empty floating spaceship…

    source: MoCa News



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