Anime UK News Winter 2015 Anime Season Preview

The winter 2014/15 anime season is about to launch at the end of December which means twenty-nine new shows are set to air. A quick glance at the line-up does not indicate the emergence of any particularly new trends. Instead, we get a mixed-bag of shounen, shoujo, seinen and lot of sequels and anime based existing properties. When taken as a whole, the upcoming season feels almost sedate. After a year of major events like the news coming from Studio Ghibli, perhaps a little less drama might be welcome.

Before we say goodbye to 2014, please allow me to take time to mention a few titles that made the year good in terms of actual animation. There were plenty of surprise hits like the wonderfully misanthropic and morbid Hoozuki no Reitetsu and the thrilling cycling title Yowamushi Pedal which came out of popular manga and became popular anime. Critical and artistic highs were reached with the much welcome return of an old favourite, Mushi-shi, and the award-winning Giovanni’s Island demonstrated Production I.G. are still one of the top animation houses in the world. The innovative and adventurous Space Dandy and Ping-Pong: The Animation proved that style and substance can go together when you give creative animators and directors free rein, MAPPA Studio are providing high quality and exciting work adapting video game Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis for the small screen, and after a year in the wilderness (not to mention sterling work on Hunter x Hunter), Studio Madhouse has returned to the top of the table with the currently airing Parasyte: The Maxim, a smart and faithful adaptation of a great horror manga (which will continue in the winter season much like the latest Gundam).

Enough about the past and the present, what about this upcoming season?

Thanks to one of Neregate’s guides, Anime News Network and My Anime List, I have been able to compile a lot of the major titles that will launch on TV and in cinemas in Japan from December:

Absolute Duo

Synopsis

Toru Kokonoe has what is called a Blaze. This is a manifestation of a person’s soul that take the form of a weapon. Except his Blaze is a shield. And he is enrolled in a school that teaches combat skills. And as per the school’s Duo partner system, he is working with a beautiful silver-haired girl named Yurie Sigtuna, a student from the Nordic countries.

Takumi Hiiragi-Boshi’s light novel series is on its sixth volume and has been selected for an anime adaptation which will be helmed by Atsushi Nakayama (Is This a Zombie?) at the anime studio 8-Bit (Grisaia no Kajitsu). The novels are adapted for the screen by Takamitsu Kuono (Minami-ke Tadaima).

Staff: Atsushi Nakayama (Director), Takumi Hiiragi-Boshi (Original Creator), Takamitsu Kouno (Series Composition), Keiichi Sano (Character Designer), Atsushi Hirasawa (Music)  

Voice Actors: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Toru Kokonoe), Nozomi Yamamoto (Yurie Sigtuna), Haruka Yamazaki (Lilith Bristol), Ayaka Suwa (Tomoe Tachibana), Ayaka Imamura (Miyabi Hotaka), Yui Horie (Sakuya Tsukumo)

Studio: 8 Bit

Airing Date: January 04th, 2015

Website


 

Aldnoah.Zero 2nd Season

Synopsis

In 1972, a hypergate was discovered on the surface of the moon but then, humankind came into contact with militaristic beings from Mars, and a war began and humanity was forced from its space outposts back onto Earth… In the future, a teenager named Inaho finds himself caught in another war between the two sides which came to a climactic death-filled end in the snowy wastes of Russia. When the second season begins, we see the resulting emotional and physical fallout experienced by the survivors and if humanity can recover from its devastating losses at the hands of the Martians.

One of the big sequels of the season is Aldnoah.Zero. The staff and cast appear to be the same with major names returning. The director is Ei Aoki (Fate/Zero), a collaborator of Gen Urobuchi (Madoka Magica, Psycho-Pass), the creative mind who cooked up Aldnoah.Zero. Katsuhiko Takayama (Dusk Maiden of Amnesia, Ga-Rei-Zero) is back in charge of scripts. The first series featured a dark apocalyptic mecha action story which ended on a series of shocking twists. Some anime fans loved it while others found the twelve-episode run meant that the characters suffered from poor writing. Viewers can see how the climactic battle between Earth and the Martians ends when the show begins airing in January.

Staff: Ei Aoki (Director), Gen Urobuchi (Original Creator), Katsuhiko Takayama (Screenplay), Masako Matsumoto (Character Designer/Chief Animation Director) Takako Shimura (Original Character Designer)

Voice Actors: Kensho Ono (Slaine Troyard), Natsuki Hanae (Inaho Kaiduka), Sora Amamiya (Asseylum Vers Allusia), Inori Minase (Eddelrittuo), Ai Kakuma (Nina Klein), Daisuke Hirakawa (Harklight)

Studio: A-1 Pictures/Troyca

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Assassination Classroom

Synopsis

A class of misfits are lumbered with a new and rather awesome teacher – an alien octopus with bizarre powers and super strength. The thing is he has just destroyed the moon and is threatening to destroy the Earth. The situation seems pretty bizarre and his students must destroy him to save the Earth.

This anime has been heavily teased and trailered months ahead of its January start because this is one of the big titles and it has a lot of big names on the staff. Seiji Kishi works a lot with the writer Makoto Uezu and character designer Kazuaki Morita on adapting videogames like Danganronpa, Persona 4: The Animation, and Arpeggio of Blue Steel. Make of that list of titles what you will.

Staff: Seiji Kishi (Director), Makoto Uezu (Screenplay), Yusei Matsui (Original Creator), Kazuaki Morita (Character Designer), Naoki Sato (Music)

Voice Actors: Jun Fukuyama (Koro-sensei), Mai Fuchigami (Nagisa Shiota), Aya Suzaki (Kaede Kayano), Kana Ueda (Yuzuki Fuwa), Miho Hino (Sumire Hara)

Studio: Lerche

Airing Date: January 09th, 2015

Website


Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei Bu Love! (Handsome High School Earth Defence Club Love)

Synopsis

Five cute high school boys are part of the “Binan High School Earth Defence Club” aka the “Do Nothing Club” but they get plenty to do when a pink wombat shows up asking them to save the Earth and battle against another set of pretty boys.

Since cute guys doing silly things is now a genre here to stay, welcome the latest entry. This looks like silly light-hearted fun and it’s directed by Shinji Takamatsu who was director on anime such as Daily Lives of High School Boys, Gintama, and School Rumble. Series composition comes from Michiko Yokote (Genshiken, Cowboy Bebop, Hare+Guu).

Staff: Shinji Takamatsu (Director), Michiko Yokote (Series Composition), Masatoshi Muto (Art Director), Masakazu Ishikawa (Character Designer), Yamazo (Music)

Voice Actors: Kazutomi Yamamoto (Yumoto Hakone), Toshiki Masuda (Ryu Zao), Yuichiro Umehara (En Yufuin), Yusuke Shirai (Io Naruko), Mugihito (Wombat)

Studio: Diomedea

Airing Date: January 09th, 2015

Website


Death Parade

Synopsis

“Welcome to Queen Dekim.” What greets two unsuspecting guests is a strange bar, Queen Dekim, and the white-haired bartender, Dekim. “From here you two shall begin a battle where your lives hang in the balance,” he says to introduce the Death Game. Before long the guests’ true natures become apparent. As a matter of course, at the game’s end Dekim is revealed to be the “arbiter.” Dekim’s judgement on the two guests is…

Death Parade is based on the Anime Mirai 2013 one-shot Death Billiards, a dark and mature supernatural tale about the life and death of characters who visit a mysterious bar named Queen Dekim. It was one of the stronger and more interesting entries in Anime Mirai of recent years and beautifully animated by studio Madhouse (Paranoia Agent, Hunter x Hunter). They are animating once again and the director/creator of the original one shot, Yuzuru Tachikawa (episode director on Attack on Titan, Kill La Kill and Steins;Gate) is in charge of the new series.

Staff: Yuzuru Tachikawa (Director), Shinichi Kurita (Character Designer), Makoto Yuuki Hayashi (Music), Satoshi Motoyama (Sound Director),

Voice Actors: Tomoaki Maeno (Quindecim), Asami Seto (Onna), Ruubi Okubo (Nonaginta), Yoshimasa Hosoya (Viginti),

Studio: Madhouse

Airing Date: January 09th, 2015

Website


Dog Days’’

Synopsis
 

The first two seasons of Dog Days concerned the invasion of the Republic of Biscotti by the Lion Kingdom of Galette. Princess Millhori summoned a mighty hero to save her country from defeat and it turned out to be a normal boy from Japan named Izumi Shinko who travelled back and forth between his reality and the magical realm where Biscotti is located.

The director has stated that the series takes place two or three months after the events of the second season and is all about adding depth to the world of Flonyard. Shinku and his team are in every episode but regular members of the show will change. According to the director there are more than twenty major characters who will be featured.

Staff: Junji Nishimura (Director), Masaki Tsuzuki (Scripts/Original Creator), Osamu Sakata (Character Designer)

Voice Actors: Nana Mizuki (Ricotta Elmar), Yui Horie (Millhiore Biscotti), Mamoru Miyano (Izumi Shinko), Ayana Taketatsu (Éclair Martinozzi)

Studio: Seven Arcs Pictures, SANZIGEN Animation Studio

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Durarara!!x2 Shou

Synopsis

When Ryuugamine Mikado transferred to a school in Ikebukuro he found his reality took a stark turn into the bizarre and dangerous. Into his life came a collection of vicious and mysterious characters who like to fight and betray each other, a gang war between “Dollars” and “Yellow Scarves,” and the Headless Rider who stalks in the streets on her black motorcycle…

This is the second season of Durarara!!, the sequel to the 2010 series which has been released in the UK. It adapts Ryohgo Narita’s light novel series and despite the change in studio with Shuka taking over from Brains Base, the PV reveals it looks like more of the same action and adventure. Takahiro Omori, director of the first season of Durarara!! is back as is character designer Takahiro Kishida (Baccano!, Btooom!, Oh My Goddess!, Tenchi Muyo!, Ah! My Goddess: The Movie, Haikyu!!)! He has also been joined by Makoto Yoshimori who made the rather excellent music for first season.

Staff: Takahiro Omori (Director), Noboru Takagi (Series Composition), Akira Ito (Art Director), Takahiro Kishida (Character Designer), Makoto Yoshimori (Music)

Voice Actors: Miyuki Sawashiro (Celty Sturluson), Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Ryu Zao), Yuichiro Umehara (En Yufuin), Yusuke Shirai (Io Naruko), Mugihito (Wombat)

Studio: Shuka

Airing Date: January 09th, 2015

Website


Hana to Alice: Satsujin Jiken (The Case of Hana & Alice)

This is the prequel movie to Shunji Iwai’s wonderful 2004 coming-of-age film Hana & Alice. Shunji Iwai is writing and directing, and he is also credited with making the music. Iwai is one of modern Japanese cinema’s most interesting directors, famous for a range of stories. UK fans will probably be familiar with All About Lily Chou-Chou, but they might want to watch Hana & Alice, a touching film about teen romance and maybe try out this anime as well. The lead actors from Hana & Alice are reprising their roles for the anime.

Staff: Shunji Iwai (Director/Original Creator/Music/Writer)

Voice Actors: Yuu Aoi (Tetsuko Arisugawa), Anne Suzuki (Hana Arai), Ryou Kazuji (Kōtarō Yuda – a man who holds the key to the murder mystery), Haru Kuroki (Satomi Hagino-sensei – Hana and Alice’s homeroom teacher), Tae Kimura (Yuki Tsutsumi – the ballet classroom teacher), Shouko Aida (Kayo Arisugawa – Alice’s mother), Ranran Suzuki (Tomomi Mutsu – Hana’s classmate), Tomohiro Kaku (Asanaga-sensei), Midoriko Kimura (Tomomi Arai – Hana’s mother), Sei Hiraizumi (Kenji Kuroyanagi – Alice’s father),

Studio: N/A

Airing Date: February 20th, 2015

 


The [email protected]: Cinderella Girls

The [email protected]: Cinderella Girls is based on a popular game and has expanded into a pretty big franchise, some of which makes it all the way to the West. The anime side of things is pretty well catered for as can be seen from the fact that there is already a movie and the 2011 The [email protected] TV anime series. A lot of the staff for that will return for the Cinderella Girls anime with Noriko Takao (episode director on K-On and Lucky Star) directing as well as also writing and overseeing the scripts alongside Tatsuya Takahashi (Aikatsu, High School of the Dead).

Staff: Noriko Takao (Director), Noriko Takao, Tatsuya Takahashi (Series Composition), Yuusuke Matsuo (Character Designer), Bandai Namco Games (Original Creator)

Voice Actors: Ayaka Fukuhara (Rin Shibuya), Ayaka Ohashi (Uzuki Shimamura), Sayuri Hara (Mio Honda), Ruriko Aoki (Riina Tada), Natsumi Takamori (Miku Maekawa), Nozomi Yamamoto (Rika Jougasaki)

Studio: A-1 Pictures

Airing Date: January 09th, 2015

Website


Isuca

Synopsis

Sakuya Shimazu is the head of the Shimazu clan and it is her job to hunt down and exorcise strange supernatural creatures. She hires a student named Shinichirou to act as her housekeeper but, wouldn’t you know it, ends up releasing a creature and getting involved in Isuca’s battles.

Billed as a comedy, this has a few similarities to Kyoukai no Kanata, another supernatural demon-hunting romantic adventure. The director on this is Akira Iwanagi (Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai) and the writer adapting the manga is Masashi Suzuki (Tactics, Level E).

Staff: Akira Iwanaga (Director), Masashi Suzuki (Series Composition), Maho Takahashi (Art Director), Yukiko Akiyama (Character Designer), Osamu Takahashi (Original Creator/Original Character Design)

Voice Actors: Ibuki Kido (Sakuya Shimazu), Shinichirou Asano (Keisuke Koumoto), Kaori Sadohara (Tamako), Ayumi Fujimura (Isuca)

Studio: ARMS

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc

Synopsis

Jotaro Kujo his grandfather Joseph Joestar and the gang have finally reached Egypt after battling a long line of Stand users and are ready to face a person from their family’s past, Dio Brando! Can the guys lift the curse Dio put on Jotaro’s mother and can they destroy him?

The sequel to Stardust Crusaders is a continuation of one massively OTT globe-trotting supernatural anime battler that comes from the super-stylish mind of Hirohiko Araki. A lot of the staff and seiyuu return to ensure the chaos continues for its one year run and that the wild Stands that all appear in the manga will be animated.

Staff: Kenichi Suzuki (Series Director), Naokatsu Tsuda (Director), Kenichi Suzuki (Series Director), Yasuko Kobayashi (Series Composition), Hirohiko Araki (Original Creator), Masahiko Komino (Character Designer)

Voice Actors: Daisuke Ono (Jotaro Kujo), Unshou Ishizuka (Joseph Joestar), Takehito Koyasu (Dio Brando), Kenta Miyake (Mohammed Avdol), Fuminori Komatsu (Jean-Pierre Polnareff), Daisuke Hirakawa (Noriaki Kakyoin), Misato Fukuen (Iggy)

Studio: David Production

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Junketsu no Maria – Sorciere de gre, pucelle de force (Maria the Virgin Witch)

Synopsis

The Hundred Years’ War is raging in France and Maria, a powerful witch who despises war, uses her magical powers to stop battles. She isn’t alone since she has a succubus named Artemis and an incubus named Priapos. Her meddling and unearthly powers soon catch the attention of the heavens, and so the Archangel Michael issues an edict. When Maria loses her virginity, she will also lose her magical powers. Furthermore, a beautiful angel named Ezekiel will watch over Maria and prevent her from using magic in front of people, something Maria will defy!

Production I.G. are busy this season with a Psycho-Pass movie and a new series of Kuroko no Basuke but they still have time to assemble a decent team to adapt Masayuki Ishikawa’s smutty magical medieval mayhem manga. The manga seems to be akin to The Seven Deadly Sins, which is airing this season, so it might be too soon dismiss it especially with the staff involved. Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass) is director while Hideyuki Kurata (Read or Die, The World God Only Knows), is on writing duties. Character designs come from Yuriko Chiba (Berserk, Planetes) and Masato Kouda (Magical Warfare) is in charge of the music.

Staff: Goro Taniguchi (Director), Hideyuki Kurata (Series Composition/Script), Shigemi Ikeda (Art Director), Yuriko Chiba (Character Designer), Masatou Kouda (Music), Masayuki Ishikawa (Original Creator), Seiichi Shirato (Chief Researcher)

Voice Actors: Hisako Kanemoto (Maria), Kana Hanazawa (Ezekiel), Kensho Ono (Joseph), Kikuko Inoue (Michael), Yoko Hikasa (Artemis)

Studio: Production I.G.

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Juuou Mujin no Fafnir (Unlimited Fafnir)

Synopsis

After the sudden appearance of monsters known collectively as dragons, the world is changed and girls known as “D” are born with the dragons’ powers. Then one day, a boy named Yuu Mononobe is found to have “D” powers making him the world’s only male “D.” His existence is kept secret and he is forced to enter Midgar, a school for “D” girls, where he sees a female student Iris naked and is reunited with his long-separated little sister Mitsuki.

There are more than a few shows where the term “light novel trash” could be used by highly critical anime fans this season and Unlimited Fafnir is one of them. The synopsis is one seen dozens of times before and the early images released do not indicate anything original or that interesting. Still, there are some interesting names listed in the staff such as Jun Takahashi (Otogi Zoshi, Cromartie High School) is listed as a director and Yuki Enatsu is adapting the light novel for the screen and she has a career full of a variety of titles like X, School Rumble, and Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo.

Staff: Keizou Kusakawa (Chief Director), Jun Takahashi (Director), Yuki Enatsu (Series Composition), Masatoshi Muto (Art Director), Shouko Yasuda (Character Designer), Tsukasa (Original Creator), Riko Korie (Original Character Designer)

Voice Actors: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Yuu Mononobe), Manami Numakura (Mitsuki Mononobe), Rina Hidaka (Iris Freyja), Ayane Sakura (Tear Lightning), Hisako Kanemoto (Lisa Highwalker), Marina Inoue (Kili Surt Muperheim)

Studio: Diomedea

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Kamisama Hajimemashita

Synopsis:

Nanami’s father racked up a load of debt he skipped town to avoid the debt collectors who find his daughter at their apartment. Scratch that. What was their apartment, because she is kicked out! Nanami Momozono is left all alone and homeless but when she saves a man from a dog, he offers her his home and with nowhere else to go she accepts… She is now the resident of a Shinto shrine and has the job of local deity! Not only that, she has to deal with an ex-familiar, a handsome guy who wants to sign a contract with her and this contract can only be sealed in one way: with a kiss.

This is the sequel to the popular thirteen episode TV anime from back in 2012. It is based on Julietta Suzuki’s manga which was launched back in 2008. Staff and cast from the first season are returning with director Akitaro Daichi (Fruits Basket, Kuroneko) and character designer Junko Yamanaka taking on their old roles. Music comes from Toshio Masuda (Mahoromatic – Automatic Maiden, Mushi-Shi).

Staff: Akitaro Daichi (Director), Junko Yamanaka (Character Designer/Chief Animation Director), Julietta Suzuki (Original Creator), Toshio Masuda (Music)

Voice Actors: Suzuko Mimori (Nanami Momozono), Shinnosuke Tachibana (Tomoe), Akira Ishida (Mikage), Ayaka Saito (Botanmaru), Chika Ookubo (Kotetsu)

Studio: TMS Entertainment

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Kantai Collection –Kan Colle-

Kantai Collection is based on Kadokawa Games’ free to play browser game where players compete with cards that have moe girls who represent Japanese battleships from World War II. It has built up quite a following around the world and plenty of material can be found online. As far as the new anime goes, the seiyuu from the games are reprising roles they played before, while familiar names and anime veterans are included on the staff. Keizou Kusakawa (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha) is the director. Jukki Hanada, writer on Steins;Gate, Nichijou, and Yozakura Quartet, is on scripting duties.

Staff: Keizou Kusakawa (Director), Jukki Hanada (Series Composition), Mayuko Matsumoto, Naomi Ide (Character Designer), Maho Takahashi (Art Director)

Voice Actors: Saki Fujita (Akagi), Sumire Uesaka (Fubuki), Yuka Iguchi (Kaga)

Studio: Diomedea

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Ketsuekigata-kun! 2

The show is about a bunch of faceless and nameless characters who represent four different blood types. Anime News Network explains why there is that interest in blood types in Asian entertainment:

In Japan, some people believe that blood types are linked to personalities; to them, people with Type A blood are reliable, Type B blood signifies passionate people, Type O blood indicates those with an independent streak, and Type AB people are capricious.

The voice actors share the same blood type as their characters. It’s directed by Yoshihisa Oyama (director of photography on Aku no Hana) and written by Kenichi Yamashita (Yumeiro Patissiere).

Staff: Yoshihisa Oyama (Director), Kenichi Yamashita (Series Composition), Real Crazy Man (Original Creator)

Voice Actors: Akira Ishida (O-Gata), Jun Fukuyama (A-Gata), Tetsuya Kakihara (AB-Gata), Yuuichi Nakamura (B-Gata)

Studio: Feel., Assez Finaud Fabric,

Airing Date: January 08th, 2015

Website


Koufuku Graffiti

Synopsis:

Ryo is a middle school girl who lives by herself and is a great cook. In fact, she makes friendships with everyone through her food. The anime is set to adapt a cooking manga famous for being “full of detailed cuisine art to whet the appetite and slightly erotic meal scenes.” The “kōfuku” in the title is a wordplay on two Japanese homonyms — one that means “happiness,” and another that means “appetite.”

The synopsis doesn’t immediately grab attention as much as others this season but the name of the director suggests he can make something funny since Akiyuki Simbo was the director of the maid café comedy And Yet the Town Moves and surreal riverside romp Arakawa Under the Bridge. There is Mari Okada who is adapting the manga and she is an experienced hand in writing for TV anime with a number of titles like CANAAN and Red Garden.

Staff: Akiyuki Simbo (Chief Director), Mari Okada (Series Composition), Kazuya Shiotsuki (Character Designer), Makoto Kawai (Original Creator)

Voice Actors: Yuka Iguchi (Yuki Uchiki), Rina Satou (Ryo Michiko), Mikako Komatsu (Shiina), Asuka Ogame (Kirin Morino)

Studio: Shaft

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Kuroko no Basuke 3

Synopsis:

Tetsuya Kuroko was the unsung member of an elite basketball team known as Generation of Miracles at Seirin High School which is where Taiga Kagami has just enrolled. After Kagami, Kuroko has decided to be his shadow and help him become Japan’s greatest basketball player.

This basketball anime is on its third season since its debut in 2012 and it looks like director Shunsuke Tada is returning to take the reins of this story. He has worked as an episode director on other shows UK anime fans might have watched such as Medabots, Samurai 7 and Arc the Lad. Another person returning is character designer Yoko Kikuchi who also worked on Arc the Lad as well as other titles like Umineko – When They Cry.

Staff: Shunsuke Tada (Director), Yoko Kikuchi (Character Designer), Tadatoshi Fujimaki (Original Creator), Granrodeo (Theme Song)

Voice Actors: Yuuki Ono (Taiga Kagami), Kensho Ono (Tetsuya Kuroko), Takahiro Fujiwara (Eikichi Nebuya), Toshiki Masuda (Kotaro Hayama) Wataru Hatano (Reo Mibuchi)

Studio: Production I.G.

Airing Date: January, 2015

Website


Minna Atsumare! Falcom Gakuen SC

Synopsis

Warriors from different games have been warped by the rampaging power of “justice” to the world of Xanadu and sent to an academy. It’s up to Dark Fakt, a former villain, and principal Lappi to reeducate these students.

Fans of RPGs will be in heaven with this one, considering characters from Nihon Falcom’s games like The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky and Ys are involved. This zany anime has been made to celebrate Nihon Falcom’s 30th anniversary. Pippuya is named as director and was involved in the first series. Writer Kenichi Yamashita has been involved in upbeat anime aimed at a younger audience like Ginga e Kickoff!! and Precure.

Staff: Pippuya (Director), Daisuke Arakubo (Original Creator), Kenichi Yamashita (Screenplay), Mizuki Aoba (Character Designer/Animation Director)  

Voice Actors: Yuuki Kaji (Adol Christin), Akemi Kanda (Estelle Bright), Kaori Mizuhashi (Tio), Mitsuki Saiga (Joshua Astray)

Studio:

Airing Date: January 04th, 2015

Website

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