Also set to premiere are Shattered Angels, Heroman.
Aside from the previously announced Kurozuka, HEROtv is set to premiere Persona: Trinity Soul, Kyoshiro and the Eternal Sky and Heroman next month, based on the schedule posted by SkyCable on Friday.
Kurozuka will premiere on September 04 (Sunday) and airs Weekends at 02:30am (replacing New Attacker You) with repeats at 11:30pm (replacing Lovely Idol).
The stage is Ayanagi City, a city near the Japan Sea. It is a futuristic city that was built to carry out the recovery from the calamity caused by the “Apathy Syndrome” ten years previous. High school student Shin Kanzato with his little brother Jun, meet with their elder brother Ryou, who is the chief of the Ayanagi City Police, again after ten years. At that time, a series of strange incidents happen in Ayanagi City such as the crew of a submarine that suddenly disappears while in their submarine, or a spiritless symptom which disturbs the world after ten years, or the case of the inside out corpse where a student took on a cruel appearance. Ryou tracks down the organization behind the string of incidents, and having become involved in the incidents, Shin awakens the “Persona”. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
Persona: Trinity Soul premieres on September 13 (Tuesday) and airs Every Weeknights at 10:00pm (replacing Bakugan), with repeats on the next day at 02:30am (replacing Eyeshield 21 – Season 3), 06:00am and 03:30pm (replacing NeedlessI).
Kuu Shiratori often fantasizes and dreams of her “prince”, and longs to meet him as her ordinary school life in the school-city of Academia proceeds. One day, a young man, Kyoshiro Ayanokoji, transfers to her class, and strangely enough, bears a striking resemblence to the prince of her dreams. Kuu is elated, but soon after things start to not go her way, as she soon finds out that Kyoshiro is different from how she imagined him to be. However, after Kyoshiro saves her after she gets caught in the middle of a fight involving mechanical creatures and magic she has never witnessed before, she begins to appreciate him once again, and thus, a beautiful relationship between two young people commences. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
Kyoshiro and the Eternal Sky premieres on September 15 (Thursday) and airs Every Weeknights at 10:30pm, with repeats on the next day at 12:30am, 08:30am, 04:30pm, replacing Bakugan: New Vestroia.
An American kid named Joey lives in an urban city & has always wanted to become a hero. Unfortunately he’s just an orphan working part time to support his grandma and himself. After he watched a toy commercial on a new robot action figure, Joey believe he’ll gain strength if he obtains one. The only robot toy he can get his hands on is a broken one that was abandon by a rich school bully. Feeling pity for the trashed action figure, Joey took it home to repair it. Little did he know, that once he repairs the toy, it’ll make his hero dream become a reality. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
Heroman premieres on September 30 (Friday), and airs Every Weekdays at 02:30am, with repeats at 07:00am, 02:00pm, and 06:00pm , replacing Zero no Tsukaima.
Aside from these titles, the anime channel will bring back anime titles like Project Blue Earth SOS, Code-E, Mission-E, Major – Season 5, and Initial D.
Project Blue Earth SOS starts on September 04 (Sunday), and airs Every Weekend 11:30am with repeat at 07:30pm, replacing Lovely Idol.
Code-E starts on September 08 (Thursday) and airs Weeknights 06:30pm with repeats at 10:30am replacing Eyeshield 21 – Season 3. The series will also air Weekdays 05:00am and 01:30pm, replacing Zero no Tsukaima, starting September 21.
Mission-E starts on September 26 (Monday), and airs Weeknights 06:30pm with repeats on the next day at 05:00am, 10:30am and 01:30pm, replacing Code-E.
Major – Season 5 starts on September 16 (Friday), and airs Weeknights 07:00pm with repeats on the next day 03:00am, 07:30am, 11:00am and 02:30pm, replacing Major – Season 4.
Initial D: Second Stage starts on September 13 (Tuesday), and airs Weeknights 11:00pm with repeats on the next day at 03:30am, 11:30am and 05:30pm, replacing Initial D: First Stage.
Initial D: Fourth Stage starts on September 30 (Friday), and airs Weeknights 11:00pm with repeats at 03:30am, 11:30am and 05:30pm, replacing Initial D: Second Stage.
And lastly, Gintama – Season 1, One Outs, and Katekyo Hitman Reborn – Season 4 will have an anime marathon.
Gintama – Season 1 marathon starts on September 17, and airs Every Saturday from 07:30am to 10:00am with a repeat from 04:30pm to 07:00pm, replacing Daimos.
One Outs marathon starts on September 04, and airs Every Sunday from 03:00am to 05:30am with a repeat from 02:00pm to 04:30pm, replacing Major – Season 6.
Katekyo Hitman Reborn – Season 4 marathon starts on September 18, and airs Every Sunday from 07:30am to 10:00am witha repeat from 04:30pm to 07:00pm, replacing Eyeshield 21 – Season 3.
ADVISORY: Programme schedules may change without any prior notice.
SOURCE: SkyCable Channel Guide
UPDATE: Added schedule of returning titles and weekend marathon.
Last January 1st, ZEN Otaku Honbu has been rebranded as Anime Pilipinas.
New Name, but still has the same goal in going deeper into the Japanese Anime
& Pop-culture in the country and elsewhere in the world, from a Filipino standpoint.
For the Latest News and Other Opinion Posts, Please visit our new website at AnimePilipinas.com,
and also follow our social networking accounts.
ZENhonbuPH.net will remain as an archive site.