Bushiroad’s “D4DJ” TV Anime Series Releases New Promo Video, Previews Opening Song
A new promo video was recently unveiled for D4DJ First Mix, the TV anime series of Bushiroad’s newest mixed-media franchise D4DJ. The video previews all the groups in the franchise as well as the series’ opening theme song Guruguru DJ Turn! sung by in-franchise group Happy Around! feat. KYOKO & SAKI. Check out the video here!
The opening theme song of the series is written by Kou Nakamura (BanG Dream! original story writer) and composed by Hyadain. D4DJ First Mix is set for an October 30 premiere.
The series is also available for streaming worldwide in the following platforms: Funimation, Ani-One Asia, Crunchyroll, HIDIVE, YouTube, Anime Network, AnimeLab (Australia and New Zealand), Wakanim (Europe), Aniplus-Asia (Southeast Asia), Bahamut Animation Madness (Taiwan), friDay Video (Taiwan), KKTV (Taiwan), myVideo (Taiwan), Hami Video (Taiwan), Chunghwa Telecom MOD (Taiwan), and Flixer. The anime will be available in 15 languages, with dubs in three languages.
The anime project was first announced last February. Acclaimed anime director Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Mobile Suit Gundam 00) was earlier announced to be directing the anime project for D4DJ (Dig Delight Direct Drive DJ). Sanzigen Animation Studio will be handling animation. It was also announced that Mizushima and Sanzigen are currently working on a promotional video for the “Happy Around” musical unit of the D4DJ franchise.
D4DJ is Bushiroad’s third mixed-media franchise, following BanG Dream! and Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight.
D4DJ is described as a “DJ-themed mixed media project” which includes live DJ performances, an anime (as mentioned above), and a smartphone game. The game, entitled D4DJ Groovy Mix, will be released for iOS and Android devices on October 25. The game was announced to be getting a global release as well. Donuts is developing the game for Bushiroad.
Source: Anime News Network
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