The film by Argonavis from Bang Dream! It will be released in 2022

The film by Argonavis from Bang Dream! It will be released in 2022

On the official site for the Argonavis franchise from Bang Dream!, The Boy-Band project derived from the Bang Dream franchise, it was announced that the previously announced animation film will be released in the summer season-2022 (July-September) in Japan.

The film by Argonavis from Bang Dream! It will be released in 2022

The press release also announced that the franchise will have a second tape that will be a compilation film of the animated series, with some scenes added. This second film, tentatively titled as Gekijouban Argonavis from Bang Dream! Prelude, will be released in the autumn season-2021 (October-December) in Japan.

On the other hand, Bushiroad and Dena launched the game for smartphones of the franchise in Japan on January 2020. All this project is derived from the Multimedia Bang Dream franchise!, And was announced for the first time in May 2018, presenting the group Main Argonavis. Finally, the animated adaptation of thirteen episodes of the project was produced by the Studios Sanzigen, under the direction of Hiroshi Nishikiori and scripts written by Nobuhiro Mouri, released in Japan in April 2020.

Synopsis of Argonavis from Bang Dream!

Ren Nanahoshi is a solitary university student who is not good to communicate with others. He remembers the excitement of having seen the concert of a live band when he was younger, and spent most of his days trying to find his own identity. One day, while he sang in the karaoke, two guys called Yuuto and Wataru discovers the incredible singing skill of him. Thus, both agree, "this is destiny. Let's start a band! ยป.

Source: Comic Natalie

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