The official Twitter account of the BanG Dream! project revealed exciting news on Thursday, announcing a much-anticipated sequel to the BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! anime series, aptly titled BanG Dream! Ave Mujica. This upcoming installment will place the spotlight firmly on the talented Ave Mujica band.
BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! initially graced Japanese screens via Tokyo MX and the streaming service ABEMA, premiering with a trio of episodes on June 29. ABEMA generously offered early access to subsequent episodes, beginning with the fourth installment.
Meanwhile, Crunchyroll faithfully streamed the anime as it unfolded week by week. Fans eagerly followed the series until its culmination with the thrilling 13th episode, which aired on Thursday.
The anime stars the MyGo!!!!! band members:
- Koko Hayashi as Taki Shina
- Rin Tateishi as Anon Chihaya
- Hina Yomiya as Tomori Takamatsu
- Mika Kohinata as Soyo Nagasaki
- Hina Aoki as Rāna Kaname
Koudai Kakimoto, known for his work on “Cyborg 009 Call of Justice” and “Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko,” returned to helm the latest installment of the franchise under SANZIGEN’s direction. Overseeing and crafting the series scripts is Yuniko Ayana. MyGo!!!!!, the talented musical ensemble, lends their prowess to both the opening theme, “Hitoshizuku,” and the closing theme, “Shiori” (Bookmark).
Bushiroad initiated the BanG Dream! multimedia venture in January 2015, setting the stage for its expansive universe. In January 2017, the inaugural 13-episode season of the primary BanG Dream! TV anime graced screens, simultaneously streaming on Anime Network Online and Crunchyroll during its Japanese broadcast.
Subsequently, the second season premiered in January 2019. Sentai Filmworks secured the licensing rights, with HIDIVE and Crunchyroll as the official streaming platforms.
Fast-forward to January 2020, marking the arrival of the BanG Dream! 3rd Season on television. Sentai Filmworks returned to handle licensing, while HIDIVE and VRV provided online streaming services.
Notably, the narrative journey extended into “BanG Dream! Poppin’ Dream!”—a film released in January 2022, bridging the storyline from the third season. Furthermore, the franchise’s musical ensemble, Morfonica, received a captivating two-episode anime in July 2022.
This vibrant universe also boasts an array of cinematic experiences, including the “BanG Dream! FILM LIVE” and “BanG Dream! FILM LIVE 2nd Stage” films, along with the compelling two-part “BanG Dream! Episode of Roselia” film series. To complement these offerings, numerous web anime spinoff series continue to enchant fans.
Source | BanG Dream! project’s Twitter account