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“gdgd Men’s Party” Anime Gets Two New Teaser Trailers & a Visual

You can start the new year off with something gdgd!

The official gdgd Men’s Party (“Good Good Men’s Party”) anime website updated with two new teaser trailers. The two trailers offer a look at the show in action, using opening theme song Bōsō Teikoku Chikuonki (Delusional Empire’s Gramophone) by Eri Kitamura as a background track.

A new key visual was also released, which features the major characters against a white background.

gdgd Men’s Party will première on January 8, 2018. The full broadcast schedule is as follows:

  • Tokyo MX: 1/8/2018 at 25:10 (1/9/2018 at 1:10AM)
  • AT-X: 1/13/2018 at 24:05 (1/14/2018 at 12:05AM)

A fourth teaser will also launch on January 8.

Series creator Sōta Sugahara (Hi-sCool! Seha Girls, gdgd Fairies 2) was tapped to direct gdgd Men’s Party, with Akira Isō providing character designs. Ryōichi Mori (100% Pascal-sensei) is in charge of series composition for the project.

Eri Kitamura will perform opening theme song Bōsō Teikoku Chikuonki, while BB-Voice (a unit composed of Keito Okuyama and Eishin Fudemura) will handle ending theme Duality.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Light: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
  • Yomi: Kazutomi Yamamoto
  • Alpha: Yūsuke Kobayashi
  • Melody: Natsuko Hara

gdgd Men’s Party is based on the CGI project gdgd Fairies. The franchise made its debut as a 12-episode short-form show in the Fall 2011 broadcast season. A sequel series, gdgd Fairies 2, aired in Winter 2013.

Crunchyroll streamed gdgd Fairies as part of their simulcast lineups. They describe the show as:

pkpk, shrshr, and krkr are three fairies who live in Fairy Forest. They meet at their house in the forest to chat, use magic freely in the Room of Spirit and Time, peek into other worlds and imagine all sorts of stories at Dubbing Lake, and just have tons of fun! Come and spend some quality gdgd time with the gdgd Fairies!

Source: Twitter (gdmen2018)

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