The OVA Planetarian: Snow Globe reveals its theme song

On the official site for the OVA Planetarian: Snow Globe, based on the visual novel by Visual Art’s and Key, a video was published showing the main musical theme of the project. The theme is performed by Riko Azuna and the OVA is slated to launch in September this year.

This OVA will be based on a prequel short story titled "Snow Globe," which was released as part of a light novel in a limited edition of the original PC game. Other stories in the novel include "Jerusalem", "Hoshi no Hito" (Star Man); and "Tircis to Aminte". The novel also included a limited version for Playstation 2 of the game.

Production team

  • Jin Tamamura is in charge of directing the episode in the studios Okuru to Noboru.
  • Shogo Yasukawa is in charge of series composition and script writing.
  • Hitomi takechi is in charge of character design.

Previous animation projects for the franchise include anime. Planetarian: Chiisana Hoshi no Yume, which had five episodes and was released in July 2016; followed by the movie Planetarian: Hoshi no Hito which opened in theaters in September of the same year.

Planetarian Synopsis

Thirty years have passed since the failure of the Space Colonization Program. Humanity is close to extinction. A perpetual and deadly rain falls on the Earth. Men known as the "Junkers" extract property and artifacts from the ruins of civilization. One of these men sneaks into the most dangerous of the ruins, a "Sarcophagus City".

In the center of this ruined city, discover a planetarium. And when he enters, he is greeted by Hoshino Yumemi, an assistant robot. Without a hint of doubt, she assumes that the man is the first client to arrive in thirty years, so she tries to show him the stars, but the projector in the planetarium is broken. Unable to understand their conversation, the man ends up agreeing to repair the projector ...

Source: Official site

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