Mecha-Ude anime series will premiere in October 2024

Mecha-Ude Anime Series Will Premiere In October 2024 Mecha Ude Pv Screenshot

In this AnimeJapan 2024 it was announced that the anime series Mecha-Ude (Mechanical Arms) will premiere in October 2024.

Okamoto and a “small group of production team members” are working on the project, with Okamoto directing the anime at TriF Studio. She worked as an animator in Sushi Police, Danchi Tomoo It is Tenkai Knights, among other titles. The project’s current animation producer is Shuuichi Asou of TriF Studioand Pony Canyon producer, Tetsuya Kinoshitais also serving as a producer.

In the cast we have:

  • Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Hikaru
  • Tomokazu Sugita like Soul
  • Yu Shimamura like Aki
  • Romi Park like Kagami
  • Yūichi Nakamura like fist

The original Kickstarter campaign raised $67,918 between October and November 2016. A Japanese crowdfunding campaign from Campfire raised 4,849,500 yen ($44,000) of an initial goal of 2 million yen ($18,700) before finishing at 10 November 2018.

Synopsis of Mecha-Ude

A long time ago, alien life forms arrived on Earth and merged with the planet’s inhabitants. Due to their appearance they were nicknamed “Mecha-ude”, as when fused they bore a striking resemblance to mechanized limbs. Through an involuntary association, high school student Hikaru Amatsuga works alongside the Mecha-ude Arma, which is an extremely rare and special existence. To protect Arma, the resistance group ARMS assigns Aki Murasame to follow him wherever he goes.

However, he is also searching for a mysterious snake-type Mecha-ude user, who has placed many of his companions in critical condition. Behind the scenes, an organization known as the Kagami Group is searching for the mythical “Shooting Arm,” a Mecha-ude said to give unlimited power. When Aki’s life is threatened by this group, Hikaru must team up with Arma to find the courage to fight back and learn along the way that his life will never be normal again.

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