First Promo Video and Visual Released for DAN DA DAN Anime

The television anime adaptation of Yukinobu Tatsu’s “paranormal mystery battle & romantic comedy” manga, Dan da dan, premiered its first full promotional video on Saturday via the official website. Alongside the video, a new visual was unveiled, announcing the anime’s inclusion in TBS and MBS’s Super Animeism TURBO programming block.

Set to debut in Japan this October, the series will also be available globally on Netflix and Crunchyroll under the title DAN DA DAN. The stellar cast includes Shion Wakayama as Momo Ayase, Natsuki Hanae as Okarun, Mayumi Tanaka as Turbo-Granny, and Kazuya Nakai as Alien Serpo.

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Fūga Yamashiro, assistant director of Tatami Time Machine Blues, helms the anime at Science SARU, with Hiroshi Seko overseeing and crafting the series scripts. The musical score is composed by kensuke ushio, known for his work on Chainsaw Man and DEVILMAN crybaby. Character design is handled by Naoyuki Onda, while Yoshimichi Kameda takes charge of designing the aliens and supernatural entities, both bringing their talent from series like Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway and Mob Psycho 100, respectively.

Crunchyroll provides a synopsis:

“In a tale revolving around Momo, a high school girl from a family of spirit mediums, and her classmate Okarun, an occult enthusiast, the duo’s encounter sparks a clash of beliefs. Momo, a firm believer in ghosts, challenges Okarun’s conviction in extraterrestrial life. To settle their debate, Momo ventures into an abandoned hospital rumored to house a UFO, while Okarun explores a haunted tunnel. As they confront inexplicable phenomena, Momo awakens latent powers, while Okarun finds himself wielding a curse. Amidst these trials, their intertwined destinies and budding affection unfold.”

Tatsu’s manga is serialized on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ platform, with the 13th volume released on January 4 and the 14th volume slated for April 4. Viz Media publishes the English version, with the seventh volume set to hit shelves on April 9.

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Source: Crunchyroll

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