Fly Me to the Moon: trailer and release date for the romantic comedy from the creators of Art

Kenjiro Hata, creator of the highly appreciated romantic comedy Fly Me to the Moon, has published on his Twitter profile the first teaser of the anime adaptation of the work, revealing many details about the cast, staff and release period. The series will be animated by the guys from Seven Arcs, same animation studio currently working with Arte.

At the top of the article you can take a look at the teaser, while the first key visual dedicated to anime adaptation is visible at the bottom. Akari Kito (Kotoko Iwanaga in In / Specter, Nezuko Kamado in Demon Slayer) will play the protagonist Tsubasa Yuzaki, while Junya Enoki (Jack in Beastars, Pannacotta in JoJo: Golden Wind) will play the role of co-star Nasa Yuzaki.

Hiroshi Ikehata (Kiratto Pri ☆ Chan, Seton Academy: Welcome to the Pack) directs the anime at the aforementioned Seven Arcs animation studio, while Kazuho Hyodo (Kiratto Pri ☆ Chan) takes care of the script under the supervision of the author Kenjiro Hata. Masakatsu Sasaki (Saki, We Never Learn: BOKUBEN) deals with character design together with Goichi Iwahata is Ritsuko Utagawa, and finally Satoshi Motoyama composes music. The anime will debut in October 2020.

In case you didn't know the work, we remind you that the story revolves around the events of a boy named Nasa who, one day, falls madly in love with a cute girl named Tsukasa, met during the high school entrance exam. Nasa, in the grip of courage, declares herself, but she replies that she would have gone out with him only if the two had married. Several years later, on the day of NASA's 18th birthday, Tsukasa suddenly appears, ready to marry. Thus begins the new life of NASA.

And what do you think of it? Curious to see the anime? Let us know by leaving a comment in the box below! In case you were fond of romcom then, we suggest you take a look at Kaguya-sama: Love is War 2 and the excellent Sing "Yesterday" for Me, currently aired on Crunchyroll.

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