Gachiakuta Anime Adaptation Announced for 2025, BONES Animating

Gachiakuta Anime Adaptation Announced for 2025, BONES Animating

Gachiakuta Anime Adaptation Announced for 2025, BONES Animating

The highly anticipated manga "Gachiakuta" is getting its own TV anime adaptation, set to premiere in 2025. The animation will be produced by renowned studio BONES, known for its work on popular series such as "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" and "My Hero Academia."

A kickoff visual, teaser promotional video (PV), and main staff information have been released. Fumihiko Suganuma will serve as the director, Hiroshi Seko will handle series composition, and Satoshi Ishino will take on the roles of character designer and chief animation director. The manga source material is available online through Kodansha's official manga platform.

 The story follows slums of a wealthy town, Rudo and his foster father Legto try to coexist with the rest of the town's residents, but Rudo despises the wastefulness of the upper class. Ignoring the warnings from those around him, Rudo regularly rummages through the town's garbage in search of anything useful or valuable to save from the "Abyss"—a massive hole where anything considered trash is dumped, including people. Rudo's biological father was one such person, having been thrown into the Abyss after he was accused of murder.

One day, after running into a mysterious figure on the way home, Rudo returns to find Legto's dying body on the floor. He is immediately found at the scene by the authorities and is charged with murder. No one believes his claims of innocence, and he is thrown into the Abyss. Instead of dying, however, he finds himself in a strange, foul-smelling place surrounded by monsters made out of trash.

When Rudo is attacked by said monsters, he is saved by a man named Enjin, who reveals himself to be a "janitor"—someone who uses special weapons called "jinkis" to combat these creatures. In order to get his revenge on the one who killed Legto, Rudo reluctantly becomes a janitor to fight his way back up and out of the Abyss.

In the teaser PV, viewers get a glimpse of the vibrant characters and stunning animation style that will bring the manga to life. The visuals showcase the energetic and colorful world of graffiti and the dynamic interactions between the characters.

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