On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Yukiwo, Jashin-chan Dropkick (Dropkick on my devil!) the production of the first OVA was announced, which is part of the follow-up project of the franchise. It should be remembered that OVAs are produced through fundraisers, and if twelve accumulate, they will become the fourth season of the project.

In fact, this was reported in the statement on the official Twitter account The fundraiser surpassed the target of 30 million yen (just over $215,000) in just 35 minutessomething pretty impressive.

Jashin-chan Dropkick

Also earlier this month The Special Committee of Furano City Council for Evaluating Reckoning decided that part of the OVA content of the anime is devoted to Furanoa production funded by the city through the payment of taxes from citizens, which aired this summer, it was inappropriateand fans and other people said "What... seriously?"Y"You don't understand how interesting the play is!Β». However, in today's plenary session, held on November 30th, the decision was approved by the President after an 8-8 draw between approval and rejection.

Summary for Jashin-chan Dropkick

The demon Jashin-chan was summoned to earth by Yurine Hanazono, a girl with a gift for the occult. Unfortunately, Yurine doesn't really know how to send Jashin-chan back to Hell. Now stuck on Earth, she is forced to live in Yurine's apartment as her confidant. The only way for Jashin-chan to return would be to kill her summoner, but that's easier said than done for the incompetent demon. Since Jashin-chan is immortal and able to regenerate her body, Yurine doesn't stop attacking her with a variety of weapons, punishing her in horrible ways for her evil plans. Jashin-chan is also often visited by her demonic friends: the kind-hearted gorgon Medusa and the energetic minotaur Minosu, who in contrast seem much more polite and disapprove of her plans to kill Yurine.

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