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It has many movies, but the first ever Break Blade anime series has announced a sudden April premiere – a key visual and complete character design images are already available, and looking impressively top quality.

This upcoming Broken Blade anime will be rebuilding portions of the film, whilst also introducing original content, all in a total of 12 episodes. If one hasn’t experienced any film of the series before, it seems like this provides a perfect chance to jump into it – one can already grasp the overview of the series based on the giant robots, oddly dressed characters, and protagonist yelling. There’s also an OVA in progress, giving a total of 13 spectacles to look forward to.


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