Singapore-based anime licensor MUSE Asia has revealed on Saturday that they are adding anime shows Rail Romanesque and Eagle Talon: Golden Spell to their Autumn 2020 streaming lineup.
The upcoming titles will be in addition to the previously announced simulcast anime shows, which will be streamed on their YouTube channel this season, including Wandering Witch: Journey of Elaina, Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear and Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM.
Rail Romanesque is an upcoming anime short based on the the visual novel game Maitetsu, developed by Lose and released in the Japanese market in March 2016, which also spawned several spinoff games for Sony’s PlayStation and Nintendo Switch consoles.
The anime will be directed by Hisayoshi Hirasawa, who also worked in titles like Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki and Netsuzou Trap, while Girls Beyond the Wasteland chief animation director Takayuki Noguchi will handle character designs, which will be produced by Saetta.
Sumire Uesaka, known for portraying “Anastasia” in The [email protected] Cinderella Girls series, will play the lead character “Suzushiro”.
Rail Romanesque started streaming today, October 3, with new episodes streaming every Saturdays at 01:05am PHT, within an hour after its Japanese telecast.
Eagle Talon: Golden Spell
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Eagle Talon: Golden Spell is the latest television anime series in the Eagle Talon franchise, started as a Flash animation series by Ryo Ono, also known as “FROGMAN”, in 2006.
The franchise is now composed of six television series, nine films, several video games and a popular merchandise brand. The franchise has also been involved in collaborations with with different Japanese companies, as well as several international businesses that used the brand.
The upcoming anime series will be handled by Ono as director, scriptwriter, character designer and editing.
DLE, which produced its previous television and film series, will return to produce the upcoming anime series.
Eagle Talon: Golden Spell is scheduled to premiere on October 5, streaming every Mondays at 01:15am PHT, within an hour after its initial Japanese telecast.