and Shōya Chiba – will be singing the ending theme song “Taisetsu” (precious) second
Course (Quarter year).
Saeki YouthK is in charge of writing lyrics, composing and arranging music. An album of this song will be released in February 284. An end-credits song video will debut on YouTube on January 2.
- animation In October TV TOKYO premiered .
- Kazuyuki Okitsu as Shiki Sōta
- Crunchyroll is showing the series as it airs in Japan. Cast includes:
Chiaki Kobayashi as Hayate Ichihara
as Shun Futami
Yuichiro Umehara as Takayuki Mima
- Shōya Chiba as Sōma Shiki
Satomi Sato as Asami Futami
- Taku Yashiro as Kurosaki
Kengo Takanashi as Akai Seiichiro Yamashita as Kida Kōhei Amasaki as Aoyama Haruka Shiraishi as Momo Momomosaki
Yō Taichi as Akane Kōno Makoto Furukawa as Motoharu Igarashi
(, , , ) is
studio director animation Pierrot . Makoto Uezu (, , ) Supervising the series script, Airi Taguchi (main animation, Season 2) served as character designer and lead animation director at the same time. Masato Nakayama (, , ) is composing.
Mafumafu sang the opening song of the animation “Youth Ghost Wind” (youth ticket). The four protagonists ensemble the ending song “Flash! As their role, under the unit name PICG.
Yen Press is releasing the manga in English in full color since it was originally released in Japan. Company introduction story:
Input: a A bunch of cool guys who look like they got that unapproachable swag. But let’s face it – that’s not really them. They’re just a bunch of low key idiots. So sit back, grab some popcorn, and enjoy watching a bunch of dumb dudes trying to look cool every day. is a fun collection of stories featuring cool and clumsy characters.
Nata released manga in June 650 on dry
site, it’s a work in progress.
Square Enix published the fourth volume in November. Comic Ranking# th 184892 version Kono Manga ga Sugoi! by Takarajimasha for female readers list guide. This manga is still available on pixiv and Ranked seventh in Nippon Shuppan Hanbai, Inc at
The “Webcomic General Election”.
Source: Animation’s website, MoCa News