It was officially announced my HAOLINERS last weekend that a new original anime series titled TO BE HEROINE will be airing on the Japanese channel Tokyo MX1 beginning on May 19.
This will be Emon’s first original short anime series from the Haoliners brand “TO BE HERO” that was first broadcasted from October to December 2016 (12 episodes of 10minutes). Its fresh contents managed to be loved by fans and made it rank up to 7th in the Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2017 best 100 shows. Even now, its popularity is still going up in China’s streaming service Bilibili.
TO BE HEROINE will also be the first hybrid original anime creation in history mixing Japanese and Chinese language!The series will contain at total 7 episodes.
You can watch the official PV below:
The heroine ”Futaba” is a clever high school girl. One day, she is suddenly sucked into another world. This dark world is a world without light and the inhabitants are only children wearing pants. Arriving there, Futaba is the only one wearing clothes and she will become theheroine of this world where clothes are the strongest weapons!
Source: HAOLINERS Press Release
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