The new Rurouni Kenshin anime was eventually announced with the first full trailer during the Aniplex Online Fest 2022.
We've been waiting for this moment since the anime's initial announcement at the end of last year.
The TV show will debut in 2023, and according to the statement, the first episode of the original anime has been faithfully recreated using contemporary animation methods and technology.
Nobuhiro Watsuki, the series' creator, is personally overseeing every aspect of production, including the storyline and character creation.
Liden Films, who also worked on Tokyo Revengers, Tokyo Tribe, and the prequel to Muv-Luv called Schwarzesmarken, produced the animation.
Hideyo Yamamoto, famed for Darker than Black, Noir, Strike the Blood, and other films, is in charge of directing it. Terumi Nishii designed the characters, and Yu Takami wrote the music.
Kenshin Himura and Kaoru Kamiya's voice actors have also been revealed.
Soma Saito, who you might recognise from his roles as Rion Balthazar in The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II and Chongyun in Genshin Impact, will be lending his voice to Kenshin.
Rie Takahashi, who played Hu Tao in Genshin Impact and Nina Deforges in Star Ocean: The Divine Force, will perform Kaori's voice.
Watsuki-sensei acknowledged that he took part in the initial recording session and that he had no concerns about it in a statement shared during the event. As the original creator, he was moved by how nicely it turned out.
If you're not familiar with Ruroni Kenshin, the Nobuhiro Watsuki original manga made its debut back in 1994.
Since then, it has generated a live-action movie, multiple anime TV shows, and 72 million copies sold globally.
The Hokkaido Arc, which premiered in 2017, is the chapter presently being serialised in the manga.
Season 2 of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai has been announced via a trailer and will feature the eighth and ninth novels.
The official release date for Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Season 2 was announced today during the Aniplex livestream event. Fans had been eagerly awaiting this news in the form of a trailer ever since it was hinted earlier this week that a special stream would be taking place.
We do at least know it will be adapting the eighth and ninth novels, and that this is the first piece of literature that has been adapted for the series since 2019. However, information are still few. The official trailer is available for viewing below.
The Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai TV anime is available on Crunchyroll in both subtitled and dubbed (only German) versions. The official description is provided here for those who haven't watched it and are seeking for a little additional background information.
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