Bored? Tired? Can’t watch something nice? Well than brace yourself for this upcoming Japanese anime on Animax! 😀 This post is for you Anime lovers! 😀
Philippines, 3 November 2014 – Animax, Asia’s first channel specializing in anime programming, is set to premiere the action-packed anime series, VALVRAVE The Liberator in November! As the channel’s latest blockbuster title, the edgy sci-fi and mecha series will bring exhilarating action into our world with 2 explosive seasons airing back-to-back.
Created by Sunrise animation studio (Cowboy Bebop, Mobile Suit Gundam), VALVRAVE The Liberator is set in a world where 70% of the human population lives in space. The story follows a peace-loving high-school student named Haruto Tokishima. The once peaceful world he lived in has come crashing down when his home is invaded by the military forces of Dorssia Military Pact Federation. In a strange twist of fate, he discovers a mysterious humanoid weapon called the VALVRAVE. To operate the mecha (machine) and save his loved ones, Haruto has to give up his own humanity. Will he be able to liberate the world with his newly acquired powers?
I also included the trailer of this series in this blog post. Enjoy watching! 😀
Multiple spin-offs to satisfy fans
Lauded by critics and fans alike for the unconventional delivery of plot, the success of the anime series went beyond the tube. It was subsequently adapted into manga and had two light novels published.
Premiering in the Philippines on 3 November, viewers of Animax Asia will get to catch all the mecha action two seasons in a row, and discover the amazing abilities the mysterious VALVRAVE holds.
VALVRAVE The Liberator premieres on 3 November, airing every Monday to Wednesday at 11pm (PH),
First and Exclusively on Animax Asia.
Animax is available on SKYCable Channel 46 and Cignal Digital TV Channel 34.
About Animax Asia
Launched on 1 January 2004, Animax is Asia’s first channel brand specializing in Japanese animation – anime. Animax offers a wide variety of anime programs from across the most popular genres including action, romance, horror, supernatural, sci-fi, comedy and slice-of-life.
Animax is home to some of the biggest anime titles in the world that enjoy great following across the region. In addition, the channel created TV history in April 2009 by becoming the world’s first regional broadcaster to air an anime series at the same time as Japan and followed that with six other simulcast anime series. Currently reaching 40 million viewers in 46 million homes across 17 markets in Asia, Animax aims to offer anime programming for everyone.
Beyond television screens, Animax also actively engages its audiences at local events, including its signature Animax Carnival that has rolled out in Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan.
See www.animax-asia.com for more.