Sentai Filmworks Adds “Tanaka-kun Is Always Listless”


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Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the domestic rights to Tanaka-kun is Always Listless. The company will simulcast the title through digital outlets starting in April. A home video release is also planned, though a specific date has yet to be revealed.


Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the domestic rights to Tanaka-kun is Always Listless. The company will simulcast the title through digital outlets starting in April. A home video release is also planned, though a specific date has yet to be revealed.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SENTAI FILMWORKS CHEERS “Tanaka-kun is Always Listless”

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HOUSTON, MARCH 29, 2016Sentai Filmworks is proud to announce its acquisition of Tanaka-kun is Always Listless.

Adapted from the popular web manga series published by Square Enix, this unconventional, surrealist comedy follows an exhausted high school boy who, despite multiple attempts from his friends, still manages to spectacularly… sleep. Much to the chagrin of the energetic (at times bossy) Ohta, Tanaka is often found in a blissful state of lethargy, possessing the ability to doze off in any situation, especially in mid-sentence!

The series was directed by Shinya Kawatsura (Kokoro Connect, Non Non Biyori), with series composition by Akemi Omode (Get Backers, Tales of the Abyss) and character design by Haruko Iizuka (Inu x Boku Secret Service, School-Live!). Animation production was handled by SILVER LINK., the same studio responsible for WATAMOTE and Chivalry of a Failed Knight.

Tanaka-kun is Always Listless is scheduled for an April 2016 broadcast in Japan. It will soon be available for simulcast through select digital outlets, with a home video release to follow.

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About Sentai Filmworks, LLC

Sentai Filmworks is a leading global supplier of anime and official anime merchandise, distributing and curating one of the industry’s most diverse libraries of top trending and classic titles. Offering thousands of hours of content across both traditional and digital platforms, Sentai is dedicated to bringing captivating stories and iconic characters directly from Japan. With hit series that include Parasyte –the maxim–, No Game, No Life, Food Wars!, Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, and Akame ga Kill!. Sentai’s catalog continues to grow with new favorites like Himouto! Umaru-chan and Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls, as well as classic anime series such as Legend of the Galactic Heroes. For more information, visit www.sentaifilmworks.com.

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