Giant Beasts of Ars Anime’s Ad Reveals Theme Songs, January 6 Premiere – News


The official website for Giant Beasts of Ars (Ars no Kyojū), the original co-production anime between DMM spirit HIDIVE, began streaming a new commercial for the anime on Friday. The commercial reveals and previews the anime’s opening theme song “Hengen Jizai” (Morphing Existence) by Penguin Researchreveals the anime’s ending theme song “Na mo Nai Hana” (The Nameless Flower) by Harumiand also reveals the anime’s January 6 premiere.


The anime will premiere on January 6 on MBS, TBS, and 26 other networks on the “Super Animeism” programming block. It will also premiere on AT-X on January 9, and on BS NTV on January 10.

HIDIVE will stream the anime in North America, and it describes the show:

HIDIVE describes the series:

The great beasts created the land, but humans stole it. Angered, the beasts began eating humans, who in turn called upon the gods to fight the beasts. In the age of the sword, heroes and mythology, giant beasts are hunted by humans for profit. Jiro, who makes his living hunting beasts, encounters Kuumi, who is being chased by someone, and in that moment decides to save her. As rumors spread regarding humanity and a mysterious experiment, together they seek to discover the world’s secrets.

Akira Oguro (Namu Amida Butsu! -Rendai Utena-) is directing the anime at Asahi Production. Ashito Oyari designed the original characters, and Hiroshi Shimizu (Hinata no Aoshigure background art) duck Masato Kato (Namu Amida Butsu! -Rendai Utena-, Peach Boy Riverside) are adapting those designs for animation. Norimitsu Kaihō (Astra Lost in Space, School-Live!, Akudama Drive) is both overseeing and writing the series scripts. Shuji Katayama (Overlord, Saga of Tanya the Evil) duck Akinari Suzuki (Smile Down the Runway, Redo of Healer) are composing the music.

The anime stars: (from left to right in image above, character name spellings are not official)

Sources: Giant Beasts of Ars anime’s website, MoCa News


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