The anime adaptation of the Takt Op multimedia project, which is titled Takt Op. Destiny, has announced that its first special exhibition will be held by recreating emblematic scenes of the project as well as presenting original production material from both MAPPA studies and studios Madhouse . This event is scheduled to take place in Tokyo between December 24, 2021 and January 16, 2022.
The event is being organized by Parco, with MAPPA planning for Parco Factory, which is the seventh floor of the Commercial Complex of the same name at the Ikebukuro station. Tickets to participate will be available as of November 27 in Japan at a price of 500 yen (around $ 5 US dollars), and include one of the eleven special benefit illustrations. The event also includes the sale of exclusive products.
The series is located on an emission since October 5 in Japan through the TiKyo TV TV and five affiliates, as well as through Amazon Prime Video in Japan and with the Crunchyroll platform in charge of its distribution in the West. The project also includes a video game, which will be available soon in the QooApp catalog on this link.
Synopsis of Takt Op. Destiny
In the history of the anime, one day a black meteor fell in the world, and it changed completely. The meteor came some grotesque monsters called D2, which began running without control. The D2 quickly banned all the music, which was the only thing able to beat them. But there were some people who resisted D2. They are young women who possess the power of music, the "musicart". These young people have "scores" that are capable of overcoming monsters. And there are also people who direct these women, the driver. The anime is developed in America in the year 2047, which has fallen into ruin thanks to D2. Takt, a driver, is associated with a musicart called UNMEI. Takt longs for music to return to the world, and Unmei wants to destroy D2. The goal of it is to travel to New York.
Source: Comic Natalie
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