Promotional videos available on YouTube, Nico Nico Douga.
Japanese recording firm Lantis has posted a pair of promotional videos for the upcoming anime Kyoukaisenjyou no Horizon (Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere).
The first promo shows a sample of the anime’s opening theme song, entitled “Terminated”, sung by the popular singer and voice actress Minori Chihara. The song will be released on October 19.
The second promo shows some scenes from the anime & some dialogue by Toori Aoi, played by the popular seiyuu Jun Fukuyama.
The promotional videos can be seen on Lantis’ official YouTube channel and on Nico Nico Douga.
In the far future, humans abandon the devastated Earth and move to the upper world “Tenjo”. But Tenjo and the law of causation collapse by a war and humans returns to the Earth, which has turns into an inhabitable planet except for Shinshu area.
Shinshu is too small to accommodate all the humans, so they duplicate the area and create “Juso Sekai” in a parallel world. In order to rebuild Tenjo and the law of causation, the returned humans start reproduction of the history from B.C. 10,000. When the reproduction proceeds to A.D. 1413, a war breaks out in Shinshu and Juso Sekai falls onto the original world.
The humans living in Juso Sekai lose their land and invade the original world. People in Shinshu surrender and the land is divided by the invaders from Juso Sekai. They try to resume the history reproduction from A.D.1457, but the update of the history terminates in A.D.1648. A rumor of apocalypse begins to spread the world. (Synopsis from MyAnimeList.net)
Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere is directed by Manabu Ono, who had also directed Hellsing and Saki, and the series composition will be handled by Tatsuhiko Urahata, who has been involved in anime series like D.Gray-man, Kaze no Stigma, and Hanasaku Iroha.
The anime series is set to premiere this October.
Promotional Videos of the series can be seen below.
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