The official website for the television anime adaptation of Nami Sano’s manga “Migi & Dali” (Migi to Dali) has unveiled its second main promotional video. In this video, fans get a sneak peek of the ending theme song titled “Skyline” by Nulbarich.
The anime’s release plan is as follows: The first Blu-ray Disc box, containing six episodes, is set to ship on February 14. Following that, the second box, comprising seven episodes, will be released on March 13. Altogether, viewers can expect a total of 13 thrilling episodes.
Mark your calendars because the anime is scheduled to premiere on the AT-X channel and the Amazon Prime Video service in Japan on October 2, at 10:00 p.m. (9:00 a.m. EDT). Additionally, it will be available for viewers on Tokyo MX and BS11 channels, as well as various other streaming platforms.
The manga, created by Nami Sano (known for “Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto”), made its debut in Kadokawa’s Harta magazine back in July 2017. Kadokawa describes the storyline as follows:
Beneath the surface lies an angel’s hidden secret. The young boy, Hitori, was delivered into the lives of a middle-aged couple yearning for children, brought by a stork. His parents were gentle, his home inviting, and his meals always warm. Yet, to safeguard the happiness he had been granted, Hitori chose to conceal a crucial secret from his loving parents.
The anime adaptation is under the direction of Mankyū (known for works such as “PUCHIM@S,” “DD Fist of the North Star,” and “Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls Theater”), who also takes on the roles of series scriptwriter and sound director. CompTown is credited for their collaboration in the animation production. Character design and chief animation direction are in the capable hands of Ayumi Nishibata (known for “Otherside Picnic”), while Hiroko Sebu (famous for “I want to eat your pancreas”) is responsible for composing the music.
The anime’s opening theme, “Yūmagadoki,” is performed by the new musical duo Soraru and Rib, who have joined forces for this exciting project.
Nami Sano concluded the manga series in November 2021, with the seventh and final volume hitting shelves in December 2021. Sadly, Sano passed away on August 5 at the age of 36, leaving behind a legacy that continues to captivate audiences.