EX-ARM Anime Reveals First Promo Video

The platform Crunchyroll released the first promotional video for the anime adaptation of the manga by HiRock and illustrated by Shinya komi, EX-ARM, one of the tracks listed as "Crunchyroll Original". The video shows the main theme song entitled "Rise Again" performed by the band. AIRFLIP.

The premiere of the series is planned for January 2021. In fact, the premiere was scheduled for the month of July, but due to the impact of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in production, the decision was made to delay it.

Shinya Komi and HiRock started publishing the manga in the magazine Big jump in February 2015 as a remake of his manga EX-VITA. The series has been moved to the app and website Shonen Jump Plus in December 2017.


  • Souma saitou as Akira Natsume.
  • Mikako komatsu as Minami Uezono.
  • Akari Kitou as Alma.
  • Daisuke namikawa as Soushi Shiga.
  • Sumire Uesaka as Chikage Rokuoin.
  • Yui ishikawa as Alisa Himegami.
  • Taku Yashiro like Kimura.
  • Shoumaru Zouza like Kondo.

Production team

  • Yoshikatsu Kimura is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Visual flight.
  • Tommy Morton is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Sou Kimura is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.

EX-ARM synopsis

2014: Akira Natsume appears to have an almost phobia of electronic devices while diagnosing it very well. One day he decides to change clothes to look better and have a girlfriend, just like his older brother ... However, Akira suddenly dies in an accident.

16 years later, a special police officer and her Android companion recover and activate a highly developed artificial intelligence and super weapon called the EX-ARM and give her full control of her ship as a last resort. It turns out that the AI ​​is actually Akira's mind!

Source: Comic Natalie

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