Saturday, July 1, 2017

It's a Cheerful, Undead Life in "How to keep a mummy" TV Anime



Never mind the sexy vampires or the sultry werewolves: the latest hot ticket supernatural craze involves adorable, pint-sized mummies, or at least that's the premise in the newly announced How to keep a mummy (Known in Japan as Miira no Kaikata) TV anime, based on the web comic about a high school boy who ends up sharing his home with a mummy that can fit in the palm of his hand.



The main staff for the Home to keep a mummy TV anime includes:


  • Original work: Kakeru Utsugi (serialized on the Comico website)
  • Producer: Jun Nasuda
  • Director: Kaori (YUYUSHIKI)
  • Series composition: Deko Akao
  • Character design: Takahiro Kishida
  • Animation production: 8-Bit (Rewrite)



Crunchyroll publishes an English language version of the original How to keep a mummy web manga, and describes the story as follows:


When high school student Sora Kashiwagi finds himself staring down a mysterious oversized package sent to him by his self-proclaimed "adventurer" father, the last thing he expects is for it to be opened from the inside... by a little mummy so small it can fit in the palm of his hand!


The How to keep a mummy TV anime will broadcast on TBS and BS-TBS. The release date for the series has not been published yet.


Source: Comic Natalie via Otakomu


Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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