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After a several year delay, seinen sci-fi action series “Coppelion” will finally be airing this very autumn – news bringing rejoice all-around and relief to many who thought the series was cancelled for good.

Back in 2010, Coppelion received the green light – yet right before its premiere came, Japan faced its real-world national crisis, and this series was put on indefinite hold. Why is that? This work is about a nuclear meltdown facing Tokyo, and the subsequent havoc that ensues as a search for survivors begins.

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  • nikolai131 says:

    That’s what I’ve been waiting for 2 and a half years now ^^

    Great news indeed ^^ Fall’13 is gonna have some golden egg

  • neodarksun says:

    “seinen sci-fi”

    Never heard of it before, but it sound interesting, mostly because of its genre.

    “This work is about a nuclear meltdown facing Tokyo, and the subsequent havoc that ensues as a search for survivors begins.”

    http://dalian.7thstyle.com/2013/07/coppelion-anime-confirmed-fall-2013-seventhstyle-001.jpg

    Cover and description doesn’t seem to match, the cover seems so lighthearted and not sci-fi like, it’s actually making me more curios.

    • MisaoFan says:

      I’m assuming that the main survivors are highschool girls who are lost in the middle of a meltdown, and are trying to find who they are and why the disaster has caused so much dramatic consequences, it’s often mentionned in the plot summaries in this upcoming anime, though I have never read the manga to be honest so I’ll probably watch an episode or two of this show.

    • Seven says:

      Those girls are agents sent to recover nuclear victims… the girls don’t require any special protective gear for some reason…

      • triton6783 says:

        They were genetically modified to be impervious to radiation. Also, that wasn’t a spoiler, that was mentioned in the very beginning.

  • blaziken says:

    Well good and all I guess.
    Now if they can just do the same with Despera (aka Lain successor)…

  • Anonymous says:

    inb4 flash animation

  • sososugoi says:

    What if they had released it back in 2011 as scheduled? Would it not have gotten more attention and viewers because of its controversial topic?

  • shicchan says:

    Finally! I was waiting for this! I thought it had been cancelled since they practically never said a word after the incident in Japan.

    Speaking of cancellations, I wonder what’s up with Savanna Game.

  • Anonymous says:

    All of the good anime will start at autumn, we have to bear this summer somehow, with the homo and otoge adaptations.

  • Anonymous says:

    Just watched the 4 episodes out ultin now, pretty good! I’m looking for the next one on 30/10!

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