Upcoming TV Anime Gakuen Basara Releases 1st Promo Video, New Key Visual

An adaptation of the Sengoku Basara game, upcoming anime Gakuen Basara Releases 1st Promo Video and a new key visual. The official website for the series began streaming the PV earlier today and it features Takanori Nishikawa’s T.M. Revolution theme song. The series is having its premiere on October 4th, 2018.

New Key Visual

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Minoru Ohara is serving as the director for the anime at Brains Base. Also, we have Kouji Miura in charge of the series scripts with Haruhito Takada designing the characters. Two members from CAPCOM’s team, Hiroyuki Kobayashi and Makoto Yamamoto will be overseeing the series adaptation.

The anime, Gakuen Basara is a comedy parody of the Warring States Era warriors of the Sengoku Basara game as modern high school rival students. The story centers around Date Masamune and Sanada Yukimura bid to replace Toyotomi Hideyoshi as the next student council president.

Cast and Main Characters

Kazuya Nakai will voice cast Date Masamune

 

Sōichiro Hoshi will voice cast Sanada Yukimura

 

Toshiyuki Morikawa will voice cast Katakura Kojūrō

Also, Check Anime ‘Gakuen Basara’ (Basara Academy) Previous Key Visual

The franchise is popular since this anime is the latest addition to the previous works which include three TV anime series, a movie, a live-action series, and several stage plays.

Gakuen Basara Releases 1st Promo Video

TVアニメ『学園BASARA』PV第1弾

Although this is supposed to be comedy I am not sure if the anime is going to deliver it satisfactorily. Firstly, the voice cast is cleary putting up effort to sound brash and it totally makes for an unnatural feel. Secondly, we have a very simple plot so I am not sure how this will turn out to be. Maybe this show is only trying to focus on the comedy part. Well, the animation qualtiy looks decent and so is the character design too. Viewers who love comedy can surley check this anime out. Finally, let us hope that comedy is not lost due to cross cultural differences.

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