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First Seitokai Yakuindomo Anime Film Visual Hits The Web


Rejoice, anime fans. Much like centrifugal force, the crude humor can’t stop, and won’t stop!

The latest issue of Kodansha’s Shonen Magazine (December 14, 2016) contains a new visual for the Seitokai Yakuindomo film. In addition, the magazine confirms that the feature will hit Japanese theaters on July 21, 2017.

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Premiere Confirmation

Last week, an early look at the magazine revealed that the movie was in development.

Tozen Ujiie’s Seitokai Yakuindomo manga began publication in Shonen Magazine in June 2007. The series spans 13 collected volumes, with the most recent hitting in April.

The title spawned a TV anime adaptation in 2010, which ran for 13 episodes. Hiromitsu Kanazawa (Princess Lover!, Asa made Jugyō Chu!) directed the show at GoHands, with Makoto Furuta providing character designs. Makoto Nakamura (Coppelion, Noramimi) took charge of series composition.

A 13-episode OVA and a 2014 TV anime series reunited the team.

Crunchyroll currently streams Seitokai Yakuindomo on their digital platform. They describe the show as:

Our story here circulates around the Osai Academy, formerly an all-girls private high school which has recently been integrated for both genders. Our protagonist, Takatoshi Tsuda is pushed into becoming the vice-president of the student council, where he is the lone male member surrounded by 3 beautiful girls.

Source: Twitter (YonkouProd)

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