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New The Dawn of the Witch Trailer Previews fripside's Opening Theme

The Dawn of the Witch

 

The magical The Dawn of the Witch TV anime only has two more weeks until its April 7 premiere and the series has summoned its second trailer for everyone to watch. The trailer features the opening theme of the Tezuka Productions-produced series "dawn of infinity" from duo fripside.

 

 

The Dawn of the Witch is inspired by the fantasy light novels of the same written by Kakeru Kobashiri and illustrated by Takashi Iwasaki and is directed by Satoshi Kuwabara (Girlfriend, Girlfriend) at Tezuka Productions. The series begins on Japanese TV on April 7 with Crunchyroll set to stream it soon after, describing it as such:

 

I can’t remember. Who am I? What am I? Seville is a student at a magic academy who has no memories of anything from before he joined the school. Not understanding why he’s there, the time he spends at the academy feels hollow and empty. And since he doesn't know how to work hard, his grades are always the lowest in his year. Then, one day, the school headmaster, Albus, orders Seville to participate in a dangerous special training. "I want you to spread the use of magic in an area where they hold witch hunts." It has only been a few years since the war between the church and the witches came to an end—the world has not yet fully accepted witches and their magic. This is the dawn of the age of the witch. This is the story of how a young man, a boy who is no one special, and his companions, who all hold wounds in their hearts, set out and end up finding themselves.

 

Source: The Dawn of the Witch on Twitter

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

Source: Crunchyroll

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