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Beatless, the new anime from the director of Fullmetal Alchemist come on the Amazon Video

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Published on Nov 25, 2017

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The official website of the animated series Beatless, adapted from the novel of the same name written by Satoshi Hase and illustrated by redjuice, is announcing that the anime will debut inside the slot of programming Animeism of the channels of the japanese MBS and TBS on the 12th of January 2018.

The series will be broadcast in streaming exclusively through the service, Amazon Prime Video, in accordance with the agreement signed by the giant of online commerce and the tv networks in the japanese MBS and TBS, according to which the souls of Animeism will be proposed in more than 200 countries through a said service of video on demand (remember that even the titles of noitaminA are subject to a similar agreement).

Beatless is directed by Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Expelled from Paradise, Concrete Revolutio) at Diomedea (KanColle, Fukat) on scripts supervised by Tatsuya Takahashi (The [email protected] Cinderella Girls) and Go Zappa (Koihime Muso). Hiroko Yaguchi (A-Go, Aikatsu!) in charge of the character design.

The novel was adapted for the manga in two volumes, Beatless Dystopia, published in Italian by Goen (1 volume at the time):

“We are in Japan, in 2015. The android hiE became part of everyday life, helping human beings and doing activities that they normally can not do. Endo Arato, unlike his friends Kenko and Ryo who hate them, try sympathy for hiE which are supposed to be objects only. One night, Arato suddenly gets assaulted by mysterious cherry blossoms that make crazy the hiE, but is mysteriously saved from hiE Leave.”

Source: ANN

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