A new anime series has been announced by Studio Bones, and the result is going to be something of a surprise.
The new series, titled “Blue Spring,” is set to premiere on June 4 at 7 p.m.
ET/PT on the popular anime network Crunchyroll.
“Blue Spring” will premiere on the Japanese version of Crunchyroopers, which also serves as the home for popular anime such as Attack on Titan, Naruto, Bleach, and Ghost in the Shell.
Fans will be able to watch the series through Crunchy-roll on a variety of devices.
It will be available in Japanese and English, and there will also be a “Blue Summer” event that will be broadcast in June on Crunchy.
Crunchyrooper also offers a live stream of “Blue Fall,” which will be on the network starting on June 8 at 6 p.me/10 p.pm.
Crunchy is one of Crunch’s most popular streaming services, and “Blue Springs” will be the first show to debut in its home video release format.
The new show will also air on Crunch and Crunchy in its original Japanese, but Crunchy will also stream the anime in English.
The anime’s title is “Blue.”
It means “Blue” in Japanese, and it will be written by Hiroyuki Sakai (Attack on Titan) and directed by Kenichi Yoshimura (Nanatsu no Taizai).
The show will feature an all-new cast of characters, which includes new characters from the original anime series.
Crunchy will release the show on Crunch-roll starting June 8, and Crunch will also simulcast it in English beginning June 9.
Source: Anime! Anime!