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“Love to Lie Angle” Anime Gets A Premiere Date

There’s no lie, here, this show’s coming up fast!

Earlier today, the official Love to Lie Angle (Tachibanakan To Lie Angle) anime website unveiled details on the show’s theme songs, as well as the première schedule.

The show will début on April 3. The full broadcast is as follows:

  • Tokyo MX: 4/3/2018 at 25:00 (4/4/2018 at 1:00AM)
  • AT-X: 4/6/2018 at 22:45 (4/6/2018 at 10:45PM)
  • BS-Fuji: 4/10/2018 at 24:56 (4/11/2018 at 12:56AM)

Hisayoshi Hirasawa (Miss Bernard said.) was tapped to direct the project at Creators in Pack and Studio Lings, with Yutsuko Hanai providing character designs. Words in Stereo (Love is Like a Cocktail, Netsuzou Trap -NTR-) is in charge series composition.

Erabareshi will perform opening theme song Motto, Nee Motto.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Hanabi Natsuno: Minami Tsuda
  • Konomi Fujiwara: Amisa Sakuragi
  • Iori Takamura: Arisa Nakada
  • Yoriko Fujiwara: Rei Matsuzaki
  • Yū Tsukishiro: Mikako Komatsu
  • Sonoa Mitsui: Eri Kitamura

merryhachi’s Love To Lie Angle kicked debuted in the pages of Ichijinsha’s Comic Yuri Hime magazine in 2014. The series currently spans five collected volumes, with the latest shipping to retailers on December 18.

Digital Manga currently holds the rights to Love to Lie Angle. They released the first volume on January 11, and describe the series as:

After moving back to her hometown, Natsuno Hanabi is ready to start high school and excited to be living in Tachibana Mansion, a luxurious mansion-style dormitory. However, due to some complications, she winds up at run-down but lively Tachibana House… and finds herself stuck between her childhood friend and a mysterious beauty. Will this love triangle define her high school experience?

Source: Ota-suke

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