Press Release — From The New World Coming This November To Anime Network Online

Posted on Oct 03 2012

Houston, TX — Oct. 2, 2012 — This November, Anime Network has a new Thanksgiving treat: the Online Special Release of From The New World! Based on the award winning novel by Yusuke Kishi, featuring character designs by Chikashi Kubota (Robotics;Notes) and music by Shigeo Komori, From The New World explores a seemingly utopian land and what happens when five children learn about its dark and bloody history.

About The Series
Born into a world 1000 years in our future, Saki and her friends live in utopia. Not only is their idyllic community overflowing with resources, but technology is obsolete, thanks to a magical power that grants the ability to materialize anything. But when Saki discovers a lost artifact, the façade is shattered! Faced with a startling truth about their town, Saki and her companions face dangers they never knew existed, and their choices may change the fate of everyone! Y?suke Kishi’s award winning novel becomes an animated series as five teens fight to survive the revelations that come From The New World!

Language: Japanese w/ English Subtitles
Schedule: Coming Soon

All 12 episodes will be available to watch on Anime Network Online for FREE!

About Anime Network
Anime Network is a leading broadcast and digital distributor of Japanese animation and Asian cinema in North America. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Anime Network was founded in 2002 and launched as one of the first VOD networks on most major cable providers. Anime Network’s mission is to bring the best in anime programming to every household in North America. In addition to our VOD network, consumers can access our Online Streaming Service on our official website. This dynamic website, featuring an ever growing anime community, includes a subscription service that mirrors the VOD network and allows viewers to catch up on episodes they may have missed on broadcast.

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