On the official site for the original anime by director Shingo Natsume (One Punch Man, ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka, Space Dandy) and the studios Madhouse, Sonny boyThe lead voice has been revealed and the series has been confirmed to premiere in Japan on July 15. The platform Funimation acquired the distribution rights in the west.


Left to right:

  • Aoi Ichikawa as Nagara, the protagonist.
  • Saori Oonishi as Nozomi, a transfer student who has just returned to Japan from Berlin.
  • Aoi Yuuki as Mizuho, ​​a classmate who is always surrounded by three cats that belonged to her grandmother.
  • Chiaki Kobayashi as Asakaze, a rather rebellious classmate who hates being bossed around.

Production team

  • Shingo Natsume ((One Punch Man, ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka, Space Dandy) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Madhouseas well as writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Norifumi Kugai ((ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka) takes care of the character design based on the original designs by the manga artist and illustrator Hisashi Euguchi ((Perfect blue, Roujin Z, stop! Hibari-kun, Mujin Wakusei survival).
  • Mari Fujino ((Dororo) of Studio Pablo is responsible for the artistic direction with the assistant of Ken Hashimoto as a painter.
  • The lead singer and guitarist of the band Went to Nang Boyz, Kazunobu Mineta wrote the lyrics for the title track entitled "Shonen Shoujo".

Sonny Boy Synopsis

The science fiction drama revolves around thirty-six boys and girls. On August 16, in the middle of a seemingly endless summer vacation, the third-year student of Nagara High School, the mysterious transfer student Nozomi and classmates like Mizuho and Asakaze are suddenly taken from their quiet everyday life to a school in New York into an alternative dimension. You have to survive with the superpowers that have awakened you.

Fountain: Comic Natalie

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