Laid-Again Camp Anime Film Unveils New Visible
The official web site for the TV anime Laid-Again Camp Δ revealed the principle visible for the Laid-Again Camp Film on Sunday, Could 15, 2022, that includes grown-up Nadeshiko, Rin, Chiaki, Aoi, and Ena reuniting to assemble a campsite. The film is a sequel to the anime.
The press launch additionally introduced that filmgoers for the Laid-Again Camp anime movie in Japan would obtain a particular 24-page quantity 13.5 of the manga by authentic writer Afro titled “Rin to Nadeshiko no Inagako Haru Camp“ (Rin and Nadeshiko’s Spring Camp at Inaga Lake). The brand new story ties Nadeshiko and Rin in highschool with their grownup selves from the movie. A commemorative album from the anime can be included within the quantity, in addition to manufacturing materials from the movie.
A pre-screening of the film was held at Marunouchi Piccadilly (Chiyoda, Tokyo) on Could 15. Ena’s voice actress Rie Takahashi, Nadeshiko’s voice actress Yumiri Hanamori and Chiaki’s VA Sayuri Hara had been current on the screening.
Director Yoshiaki Kyougoku was additionally in attendance and he commented, “It’s a piece that’s tightly full of modifications and continuations”.
The film is ready to open on July 1, 2022, in Japan.
5 major forged members for Nadeshiko (Yumiri Hanamori), Rin (Nao Toyama), Chiaki (Sayuri Hara), Aoi (Aki Toyosaki), and Ena (Rie Takahashi) are reprising their roles.
C-Station Studios is animating the movie which can be directed by Yoshiaki Kyougoku. Character designs are dealt with by Mutsumi Sasaki, whereas the screenplay is written by Mutsumi Ito and Jin Tanaka.
Laid-Again Camp, additionally recognized in Japan as Yuru Camp, is a Japanese manga sequence written and illustrated by Afro. The manga was first serialized in Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirara Ahead journal from July 2015 to February 2019 till it was transferred to the writer’s web site and app for manga referred to as Comedian Fuz. It has been collected in 13 tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America by Yen Press.
An anime tv sequence adaptation by C-Station aired in Japan from January to March 2018; the anime was co-financed and licensed by Crunchyroll. A brief anime spin-off, titled Room Camp, aired from January to March 2020.
A live-action drama sequence aired in Japan from January to March 2020, and a second drama season aired from April to June of 2021. A second anime season aired from January to April 2021.
A digital actuality online game based mostly on the sequence was launched in March 2021, and a visible novel developed by MAGES was launched in November 2021.
Supply: Laid-Again Camp anime’s web site, Mantan Net