The popular anime series Spy x Family is teaming up with the action-packed movie Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One in a highly surprising collaboration. The collaboration features a new visual and PV that shows the Forgers recreating some of the most iconic stunts from the Mission: Impossible franchise.
The visual features Lloyd Forger, with an intense look in his eyes, posing similar to that of Tom Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt. Joining him in the visual are Bond Forger and Yor Forger. The PV features scenes from both Spy x Family and Mission: Impossible, with the Forgers recreating stunts such as scaling a descending train, hanging off a helicopter, and skydiving.
The collaboration is a fun way to celebrate the upcoming releases of both Spy x Family CODE: White and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One. Fans of both franchises are sure to enjoy seeing the Forgers take on the challenges of being spies and secret agents.
The collaboration also highlights the similarities between the two franchises. Both Spy x Family and Mission: Impossible feature characters who are skilled in espionage and who must use their skills to complete dangerous missions. However, the two franchises also have their own unique strengths. Spy x Family is a heartwarming comedy that explores the themes of family and acceptance, while Mission: Impossible is an action-packed thriller that features some of the most impressive stunts in cinema.
The collaboration is a perfect way to combine the best of both worlds. It is a fun and exciting way to celebrate the upcoming releases of both Spy x Family CODE: White and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, and it is sure to please fans of both franchises.
Here are some additional details about the collaboration:
- The visual was created by Yusuke Nomura, who is also the character designer for Spy x Family.
- The PV was directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, who is also the director of the Spy x Family anime.
- The collaboration will also feature a special crossover manga chapter that will be released in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ magazine.