The anime Charlotte had a cameo in Kamisama ni Natta Hi

The anime Charlotte had a cameo in Kamisama ni Natta Hi

During the broadcast of the sixth episode of the original anime from P.A. Works, Kamisama ni Natta Hi, a scene in which Hina bumps into a stranger identical to Joujirou Takajou's character with a T-shirt with a print of Yusa Kurobane, both characters from the original series Charlotte, also by Jun Maeda, went viral. Some have even theorized that it is the same character, and that both series share universes.

The anime Charlotte had a cameo in Kamisama ni Natta Hi

The series Kamisama ni Natta Hi has been on air since October 10 in Japan and is confirmed with a total of 12 episodes. The distribution rights remained in the hands of the Funimation platform.

On the other hand, the original thirteen episode anime, Charlotte, was produced by P.A. Works in collaboration with Aniplex, directed by Yoshiyuki Asai and scripts written by Jun Maeda, and originally aired in Japan between July and September 2015.

Charlotte Synopsis

While on the surface Yuu Otosaka looks like any other smart and charming teenager, he has a secret: he has the ability to infiltrate people's minds and control their bodies for five seconds only once. Yuu has been using this ability for years to obtain the highest grades, which allowed him to enter an elite academy.When the enigmatic Nao Tomori catches him using her power, she forces him and his sister Ayumi to transfer to the Hoshinoumi Academy, a school for students with supernatural abilities. The student council is tasked with secretly tracking down teenagers who abuse their powers and together face formidable challenges that bring them closer to the shocking truth behind Yuu's seemingly incomplete ability.

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