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HomeTVBones 25: Dreaming Forward Trailer Previews Crunchyroll’s Studio Bones Docuseries

Bones 25: Dreaming Forward Trailer Previews Crunchyroll’s Studio Bones Docuseries

Crunchyroll has launched a brand new Bones 25: Dreaming Ahead trailer for the upcoming docuseries about Studio Bones. The four-part docuseries will start streaming on Crunchyroll tomorrow on Tuesday, February 13 — timed to the discharge of Bones’ new sequence Metallic Rouge.

“Bones 25: Dreaming Ahead explores the creation of Studio Bones and its most legendary sequence,” reads the sequence’ description. “From its top quality adaptation of beloved manga sequence to distinctive and authentic animated tales, this anime storyteller’s historical past has enthrall followers of the long-standing studio. The sequence was shot completely in Japan and contains 4 components – ‘The Historical past of Bones,’ ‘Fashion and Originality,’ ‘Profitable Adaptation,’ and ‘Metallic Rouge: The Way forward for Bones.’ Greater than 30 personalities are featured all through the episodes, together with these with Masahiko Minami (President), ONE (the creator of Mob Psycho 100), Shinichiro Watanabe (Director), Kafka Asagiri (Creator), and Yutaka Izubuchi (Conceptual Writer and Sequence Composition of Metallic Rouge) and Motonobu Hori of (Director of Metallic Rouge).”

You may watch the Bones 25: Dreaming Ahead trailer on YouTube beneath (watch extra trailers):

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“Studio Bones is behind a few of the most iconic anime of a era, “Asa Suehira, Chief Content material Officer at Crunchyroll said. “It’s solely becoming that anime followers will need to have an unprecedented look inside their creators and studios. To offer followers that look, we’ve partnered with an incredible documentary storyteller in DeltaRocket to show the digicam round and highlight certainly one of Japan’s nice anime storytellers.”

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What sequence has Studio Bones animated?

A number of the most iconic anime sequence accomplished by Bones embrace Fullmetal Alchemist, Soul Eater, Area Dandy, Mob Psycho 100, and My Hero Academia. Movies accomplished by Bones embrace Cowboy Bebop: The Film, Eureka Seven Pocket Full Of Rainbows, Bungo Stray Canine: Lifeless Apple, and all 4 My Hero Academia films.

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