By summer next year, fans will get a unique anime that is expected to make a huge impact on the industry. The K franchise has just announced the expected debut of "K: Seven Stories." More details about the project have also been disclosed.
According to Anime News Network, "K: Seven Stories" has been set for a summer 2018 debut in theaters. Fans may wonder why the anime will be unveiled in theaters. This is because the story is a theatrical anime. The feature has made it unique from among other franchises.
The outlet notes that it is unclear if "K: Seven Stories" will be composed of seven parts. However, the official website has announced that the project will start rolling out "sequentially." It can be safe to assume that the story will be cut in a number of parts.
"K: Seven Stories" will once again see Shingo Suzuki as the director. He will also reprise his task as the character designer. Production will keep rolling at the GoHand studio. While the anime will be helmed by Suzuki, fans should note that GoHands and GoRa still has the credit for the original story.
For starters, the K anime series was given a license by Viz Media. Since then, there have been a good number of installments released. The list involves "K: Return of Kings" and "K: Missing Kings." The debut of "K: Seven Stories" is expected to be the most exceptional yet due to its unique theme.
Crunchyroll has obtained the tentative titles for each of the plot's parts in "K: Seven Stories." Check them out below:
K SEVEN STORIES Based on SIDE : BLUE
K SEVEN STORIES Based on Lost Small World
K SEVEN STORIES Based on R : B
K SEVEN STORIES Based on SIDE : GREEN
K SEVEN STORIES Based on -メモリー・オブ・レッド- (Memory of Red)
K SEVEN STORIES Based on アイドルK (Idol K)
K SEVEN STORIES Based on NEW STORY
Aside from the theatrical debut of "K: Seven Stories" next year, fans should also look forward to more events this year. "K: Missing Kings" will run in Kyoto and Tokyo in October. Stay tuned for more updates and news on the huge franchise.© 2018 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.