Anime NYC adds to its star-studded guest list and warmly welcomes Science SARU Producer and Co-Founder Eunyoung Choi as a special guest where she will present the World Premiere of Science SARU’s latest production in the Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! TV anime adaptation!
Eunyoung Choi co-founded the Science SARU animation studio together with Masaaki Yuasa, where she has collaborated with him as producer and animator on many of the studio’s works, including Devilman CRYBABY; the feature film adaptation of Night Is Short, Walk on Girl; and the Ride Your Wave feature film.
Based on the manga by author Sumito Oowara, Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! tells the story of three ambitious high school girls’ quest to make an independently produced anime. The manga is currently serialized in Shogakukan’s Monthly Big Comic Spirits, with three collected volumes currently available The anime is set to premiere in January of 2020 on NHK’s General TV in Japan.
Anime NYC will bring together over 40,000 attendees when it returns to the Javits Center for its third year on November 15-17, 2019.
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