“Idolm@ster--Cinderella Girls Theater” Anime Adaptation Plans Confirmed for 2017
During the Idolm@aster Cinderella Girls 4th Live Tricastle Story, Bandai Namco announced that they will be working on a new anime adaptation of the gag manga “Idolm@ster—Cinderella Girls Theater” and it will be released next year. The 5-panel manga is currently serialized in The Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls mobile app, and it is about the game idols’ comical lives from day to day.
The 2017 Gathering production will be in cooperation with Mankyu (Puchim@s, Donyatsu, Fist of the North Star: Strawberry Flavor).
The first anime adaptation of Idolm@ster—Cinderella Girls was based on the first game of the franchise, produced by Sunrise in 2007, and licensed by Sentai Filmworks. Later on, A-1 Pictures produced a television anime series in 2011, an original video game, and an anime film in 2014. The anime series was included in Crunchyroll’s streaming while it was aired in Japan.
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