Anime Studio Nexus Announces a New Series, Granbelm

Friday, March 1st, 2019

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Anime studio Nexus has announced a new anime series named Granbelm, which will be premiering this summer. The story is set in a world where magic once existed long ago, but no longer does as that ability has been lost. The new anime is being produced by Infinite.

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Mangetsu Kohinata is played by Miyuri Shimabukuro.


The story begins on a full moon night, when Mangetsu Kohinata, a normal high school student, meets someone new. That person is Shingetsu Ernesta Fukami, who just migrated back to Japan. She had previously been in Germany.

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Shingetsu Ernesta Fukami is played by Atsumi Tanezaki.


Granbelm is being directed by Masaharu Watanabe, who is known for Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Memory Snow, and Wakaba Girl.


Shinichirou Otsuka is designing the characters, and was an illustrator for Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-.

The scripts are being handled by Jukki Hanada, who is known for (Sound! EuphoniumLove Live! School idol project, and Love Live! Sunshine!!

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