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Sequel sequence debuts on February 9
The official Japanese YouTube channel for Amazon Prime Video started streaming a brand new trailer on Friday for Chinmoku no Kantai Season 1: Tokyowan Daikaisen (Silent Service Season 1: The Battle of Tokyo Bay), the live-action sequel sequence to the live-action movie of Kaiji Kawaguchi‘s The Silent Service manga. The trailer reveals new scenes set after the movie’s story.
The sequence will debut on February 9 with the primary six episodes. Episodes seven and eight will likely be launched on February 16. Amazon’s announcement states the work will stream worldwide. The primary 4 episodes will cowl the story within the movie but in addition embrace unreleased scenes not depicted within the movie. Episodes 5-8 will inform a sequel story.
The movie opened in Japan on September 29, and offered 274,000 tickets for 370,136,800 yen (about US$2.46 million) in its first three days. Takao Osawa and Shinzō Matsuhashi produced the live-action movie, Kōhei Yoshino directed the movie, and Hikaru Takai wrote the script. B’z, with singer Ado as vocalist, contributed the movie’s theme tune “Dignity.” The tune may even function the theme to the brand new sequence.
Within the story, Shiro Kaieda is appointed the captain of Japan’s first nuclear submarine, collectively constructed by Japan and the USA in high secret. Nonetheless, he and his 76 crew members go rogue on this story that delves into themes of nuclear struggle, worldwide politics, and world peace.
Kawaguchi (Eagle, Kūbo Ibuki) serialized the manga in Kodansha‘s Morning journal from 1988 to 1996. The manga already impressed a tv anime particular from Dawn in 1996, adopted by Dawn‘s two-part unique video anime from 1997 to 1998. Central Park Media provided the anime on videotape and later DVD.
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