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“Tsukipro the Animation” Gets Anime Sequel


It looks like the Tsukipro agency’s still churning out the hits.

Earlier today, the official TsukiPro the Animation Twitter account announced that the series will receive a sequel. As of press time, details on the project have yet to be announced.

TsukiPro the Animation hit Japanese TV on October 4. The show’s final episode aired earlier today.

The show’s original story is credited to Fujiwara (MOVIC), as well as a collaborator with on Ryoko Seki on original story concepts. Yu Satsuki (SQ Series or SolidS and Quell) and Tohiro Shijima (Alive Series or Soara and Growth) are listed as original character designers on the project.

Juria Matsumura directed the project at PRA, with Keitaro Motonaga (Date A Live, Digimon Adventure tri. film series) serving as Chief Director. Mariko Oka (Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, Hell Girl: Fourth Twilight) provided character designs, while Reiko Yoshida (Bakuman., Girls und Panzer) took charge of series composition.

The team of Akira Takizawa and Takeshi Hama composed TsukiPro’s music.

Crunchyroll streamed TsukiPro the Animation as part of their Fall 2017 simulcast lineup. they describe the show as:

SOARA, Growth, SolidS, and QUELL are four groups belonging to Tsukino Entertainment Production (AKA TSUKIPRO). The slice of life music anime “PRO ANI” depicting their music overflowing with uniqueness and the drama surrounding their lives begins now! Will you open this glittering treasure box of music?

Sources: Comic Natalie, Twitter (tsukipro_anime)

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