On October 6, The First Episode Of The Animated Series Uncle From Another World Will Air Again

On Friday, the official website for the TV anime of Hotondoshindeiru’s Uncle From Another World (Isekai Ojisan) manga said that the anime will start airing again on October 6 with episode 1. The eighth episode, which had been put off indefinitely, will now not air until at least November 24.

The anime will start showing again on October 6 on AT-X and BS11, October 7 on Tokyo MX, October 8 on KBS Kyoto and Sun TV, and October 11 on TV Aichi.

The anime’s production committee decided earlier this month to delay the eighth episode and all episodes after it indefinitely. They did this because COVID-19 infections at Atelier Pontdarc and other studios involved in making the anime are spreading quickly. Instead, episodes 3–6 of the anime are being shown again all through September.

The fifth episode of the anime was already delayed by two weeks, from August 3 to August 17, because COVID-19 was spreading in the studio at the same time.

The anime had its world premiere on July 6 on Netflix. On July 6, the anime also debuted on AT-X in Japan.

The anime is being made at Atelier Pontdarc by Shigeki Kawai, and Kenta Ihara (Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Too Cautious, Full Dive, Saga of Tanya the Evil, Mieruko-chan) is in charge of the series and writes the scripts.

The characters are made by Kazuhiro Ota, who worked on Natsu no Arashi!, Negima!, and Pani Poni Dash! The opening theme song, “story,” is sung by Mayu Maeshima, and “Ichibanboshi Sonority,” which is sung by Yuka Iguchi, is the ending theme song.

Yen Press Got The Rights To Publish The Manga, And It Tells The Story:

Takafumi’s uncle fell into a coma 17 years ago, but now he’s back like he just woke up from the dead. Soon, Takafumi finds out two strange things: his uncle loves video games more than anything else, and while he was unconscious, he was transported to another world as a hero.

Now, Takafumi has to live with an uncle who is literally magical, and he also has to catch him up on the last 20 years of history, including smartphones, high-speed internet, modern anime tropes, and the sad end of the console war in the 1990s. In June 2018, Hotondoshindeiru started publishing the manga on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker website, and it is still going on.

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