Toy/pastime firm Bandai Spirits started streaming a video previewing the first 11 minutes of the second a part of it and Sunrise Beyond‘s (previously Xebec) collaborative venture AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline (Kyōkai Senki) on Thursday:

(*2*)The anime’s second half will premiere on April 11.

The anime first half premiered on the TV Tokyo channel on October 4 final yr. It began streaming on Bandai SpiritsYouTube channel on October 6. The first half had 13 episodes.

The story is about in the yr 2061, with Japan below a state of occupation by a number of states. The world, together with Japan, has been consolidated below the rule of 4 commerce blocs. The total archipelago is now the frontline of battle. The Japanese folks stay below a state of fixed occupation and oppression, with humanoid struggle machines referred to as AMAIM patrolling its streets. A younger introverted boy named Amō Shiiba has an opportunity assembly with the autonomous AI Gai, and his acquisition of the AMAIM Kenbu begins a narrative that may see him trying to take again Japan.

Another a part of the story facilities on Gashin Tezuka, a reticent and frank 16-year-old member of the Japanese resistance who pilots the AMAIM Ghost to avenge his father.

Nobuyoshi Habara (Fafner, Broken Blade, Star Blazers 2202) directed the anime at Sunrise Beyond, with Noboru Kimura (Gundam Build Divers, Princess Principal: Crown Handler) supervising the collection scripts. Kenichi Ohnuki (Kiko Senki Dragonar, Gundam Build Fighters, Golden Kamuy) designed the characters. Rasmus Faber (The Asterisk War, Harukana Receive, Moriarty the Patriot) composed the music. The anime’s principal mecha animators had been Shinya Kusumegi (Fafner, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) and Hiroshi Arisawa (Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam Seed, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans).

Industrial designer Ken Okuyama (Enzo Ferrari automobile, fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, E6 and E7 Series Shinkansen trains) and his Ken Okuyama Design firm had been credited for mechanical design supervision, whereas the firm’s designer Yūya Koyanagi was credited for mechanical design alongside Kanetake Ebikawa, Kenji Teraoka, and Ippei Gyōbu.

Source: Comic Natalie