Attack on Titan’s cute middle school spin-off, Attack on Titan: Junior High, is getting an anime adaptation this October, and a new PV for the anime has been streamed by the Pony Canyon Youtube Channel.
The video reveals the artistes performing the anime’s ED song, “Hangeki no Daichi“, and they are none other than three of the anime’s main voice cast members, Yuuki Kaji, who voices Eren, Kishou Taniyama, who voices Jean, and Yui Ishikawa, who voices Mikasa. The three seiyuus will form the vocal unit known as “The Attackers”.
The video also confirms that Linked Horizon, which performed both OP songs for the original anime, “Guren no Yumiya” and “Jiyuu no Tsubasa“, will also be performing the spin-off’s OP, titled “Seishun wa Hanabi no You ni“.
The anime, which is based on Saki Nakagawa’s hilarious spin-off manga, will be making its premiere this October 2015. It re-imagines the Attack on Titan characters as Junior High School kids/ teachers/ staff, and is considerable more light-hearted (and funnier) than Isayama’s original work. It will be animated by Madhouse.
The original voice cast from the anime have been confirmed to reprise their roles for this cute little Junior High spin-off. You can check out the cast list through this link: http://www.afachan.asia/2015/08/anime-attack-titan-characters-get-cuter-new-spin-off-tv-anime-attack-titan-junior-high/
Source: Comic Natalie
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