Amazon’s doing the good work, spreading the word of the ass-dance.
Earlier today, Amazon Japan announced that they will stream a fourth season of the Crayon Shin-chan Gaiden anime series. The show, which will be offered as an Amazon exclusive, will début on May 31.
Amazon started streaming a trailer to promote the series, which you can check out below:
Amazon also released a visual, which you can check out below:
The new season will be titled Crayon Shin-chan: O-O-O-No Shinnosuke, in a play on classic manga series Gegege no Kitaro. The series will include thirteen episodes, each of which will run for seven minutes. New episodes will be offered exclusively on Amazon Prime Video every Wednesday.
Akira Shigino (Crayon Shin-chan: Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Ōkoku, Time Bokan: Royal Revival) was tapped to direct the project at Shin-Ei Animation, with Wataru Takahashi taking charge of series composition.
New cast members for the project include:
- Fumie: Etsuko Kozakura
- Yokai User: Junichi Suwabe
Amazon describes the show as:
A small town in the countryside. Recently, many strange incidents have befallen the town. A yokai kindergartener, O-O-O-No Shinnosuke, and his yokai father Tamatama Dad arrived. It’s said that they two seek the family matriarch, “Big-Butt Lady”, who ran away form home. When an elementary school student named Fumie Sakura is attacked by a mysterious yokai known as “Fuzzy Wuzzy”, Shinnosuke steps in to help her. Their meeting set the stage for the greatest spectral case in the history of the town.
Crayon Shin-chan Gaiden debuted on Amazon Prime Video last August. To date, three seasons have been produced, with the most recent premiering on February 22.