DanMachi Spin-Off Anime Premieres in April

Sunday, December 4th, 2016

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The DanMachi spin-off, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Sword Oratoria has been dated. The anime will begin to air in April. Here’s a description from GA Bunko for the series if you’re not familiar:

 “Sword princess Aiz Wallenstein. Today, once again, the strongest female swordsman heads to the giant labyrinth known as the “Dungeon” along with her allies. On the 50th floor where mysteries and threats such as a decayed dragon’s corpse that crumbles to ash and an irregularity that creeps ever closer to the party loom, Aiz calls for the wind and heads deeper into the darkness of the Dungeon. Eventually, she finds herself meeting a boy for the first time. “Um, are you OK?” In the Labyrinth City of Orario, the contrasting stories of the boy and the girl intersect!”

Is It Wrong to Try and Pick Girls Up in A Dungeon? is currently available to watch on Crunchyroll and Hulu. The manga and light novel are being published in North America by Yen Press.


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  • Tiredman

    Big fan of the actual anime. Seldom see fights in anime that make you feel things, and the minotaur fight in season 1 is one of those fights. Its a shame the title is so misleading of the actual anime. It focuses on the wrong part of the anime because while girls are a plenty, they aren’t the type of girls the title would make you think they are.