The resounding success of the manga Oshi no Ko, written by Aka Akasaka, author of the already successful Kaguya-sama: Love is War, and drawn by Yokoyari Mengo, led to the production of an anime entrusted to the Doga Kobo studio. The implementation will arrive in 2023 but will be exclusive to the HIDIVE on-demand service.

The news about the acquisition of distribution rights it was released by the company on Saturday, November 19, 2022. As previously confirmed, the series will debut with a 90-minute episode later in 2023, and it's not yet clear if the service will be distributing it in a simulcast-like format for the rest of the series' souls. He was put in charge of implementation Daisuke Hiramaki and Chao Nekotomi, while Jin Tanaka handled the adaptation and script and Kanna Hirayama handled character design.

For anyone interested in getting into the series, the story revolves around the Idol Ai Hoshinowho decides to take a break to complete her pregnancy and spend time with her family. So Ai meets a doctor, Goro, a great admirer of his, who dies in an accident shortly before the day of delivery. The doctor, however is reincarnated as one of Ai's children, Aquamarine, keeping his memories intact. Let us know what you think about this acquisition in the comments.

Finally we leave you with the first official image released by the Doga Kobo Studio.

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