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Aniplex will reveal its new anime on January 18th



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A Aniplex revealed that on January 18th he will reveal news about his next anime codenamed “O”. To date, a Web site where the promotional image that you can see above is revealed.

The promotional image shows a circular outline against a blue-green background. There is no text included in the image, and fans are now speculating what the Aniplex It’s doing. All we know is that this promotional image is linked to a new anime project, and its code name is “O”.

Of course, this vague teaser left the anime fandom confused. Internet users are now doing their best to decipher the image and there are three main theories underway that you can check out below:

  • Sword Art Online: Unital Ring – Sword Art Online is one of the biggest IPs under the care of Aniplex and his return is taking a while. After all, it has been several years since Sword Art Online: Alicization was displayed. The anime is ready to face its next arc, and it is none other than the arc Unital Ring. A circle would represent this arc well.
  • Sakamoto Days – Sakamoto Days is one of Shueisha’s main manga series that has yet to get an anime. While other recent hits like Dandadan conquered studio, Sakamoto Days is fighting for its anime adaptation. Given its popularity, readers are eager for an anime, and Aniplex is certainly big enough to meet the fandom’s high expectations.
  • Toho Partnership – Aniplex is a large company in Japan, but it is far from being an island. The best brands make partnership deals with other giants, and many anime fans have noticed that this promotional image resembles the anime’s logo. Toho Company. There is always the possibility that Aniplex and from Toho come together for a big anime project.

We remember that the Aniplex established a subsidiary based in Shanghai, with the intention of starting “full-scale” Chinese animation production in addition to selling merchandise.

A Aniplex belongs to Sony that in addition to having the Crunchyroll is also the owner of the animation studios A-1 Pictures (86: Eighty-Six, Sword Art Online, Kaguya-sama: Love is War) and CloverWorks (DARLING in the FRANXX, PERSONA 5 the Animation).

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