So how many Schwarzesmarken can you get for a Deutsche Mark?
Joking aside, Muv-Luv fans have a new anime series to look forward to. Yesterday, the official Twitter account for visual novel developer âge tweeted an announcement that Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken will receive an anime adaptation.
In addition to the series confirmation, a new Muv-Luv Bernhard no Sekiei will kick off in next month’s issue of Tech Gian magazine.
『シュヴァルツェスマーケン』のアニメ化企画進行中！新たな外伝『隻影のベルンハルト』の新連載も来月より開始！詳しくは本日発売のテックジャイアン7月号をチェック！ #agesoft #muvluv #schwarzesmarken
— アージュ (@age_soft) May 20, 2015
Rough Translation: Animated project “Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken” in progress! A new series of side-story “Bernhard no Sekiei” will also start next month! For details, check out the July issue of Tech Gian, on sale today! #agesoft #muvluv #schwarzesmarken
The Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken anime series was first revealed in the July issue of Tech Gian, which hit stores this week.
Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken will be based on a series of light novels in the Muv-Luv Alternative franchise, which first kicked off in 2011. The series is set in an alternate Germany, in the year 1983, and chronicles both the battle and political conflicts of the East German Army’s 666th TSF Squadron. It’s during this time period that alien beings known as the BETA (“Beings of the Extra Terrestrial origin which is Adversary of human race”… kind of reaching there) began their westward assault from China, in an attempt to conquer the Eurasian continent.
Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken began running in the pages of Tech Gian, taking over for the core Muv-Luv Alternative series. Muv-Luv Alternative arc Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse received an anime adaptation in 2012, which was animated by studios ixtl and Satelight. Sentai Filmworks currently distributes the series in North America.