Are you excited to know new Anime on Animax this April 2017? Well, you better be excited because Animax is bringing brand new titles which will premiere on the same day as Japan - ‘My Hero Academia (Season 2)’ and ‘Alice & Zouroku.’
Lessons to Being a Hero in My Hero Academia (Season 2)
The journey of Izuku Midoriya, a person born without a "quirk" continues in Season 2 of My Hero Academia. This anime instantly became highly acclaimed and is being considered as one of the best new anime in 2016.
What will happen to Izuku? Will he prove to his idol and top hero All Might that he did not waste giving his quirk to hum? These questions can be answered as My Hero Academia Season 2 begins on 1 April, every Saturday at 10pm on the same day as Japan.
Dreams really do come true in Alice & Zouroku!
Adventure awaits when grumpy old man meets nonsensical young girl! Based on an award-winning manga series by Tetsuya Imai, Alice & Zouroku revolves around main character Sana, a member of a group of young girls who possess a mysterious power known as “Alice’s Dream”, which gives them the ability to turn their thoughts into reality. These girls are locked away in secret so they can be experimented on. However, Sana manages to escape one day and encounters a stubborn old man Zouroku, who intensely dislikes disruptions to his orderly life. Will life ever return to normal for Zouroku with a girl like Sana around?
Alice & Zouroku premieres on 2 April, every Sunday at 11pm on the same day as Japan.
Catch More Anime on Animax this April 2017
Apart from the two highly anticipated simulcast series, viewers can also enjoy whimsical comedy series This Art Club Has a Problem! and action-packed mecha series Gyrozetter on Animax in April.
The former series follows along the adventures of middle schooler Mizuki as she attempts to play her part as a member of the art club, with just one problem – she’s the only member who actually seems interested in art! Surrounded by outrageous fellow club members and distracted by her crush on one of the other members, can Mizuki continue to pursue her passion for her craft?
Based on a manga series, which was also adapted into a video game, the latter series Gyrozetter features an alternate version of 21st century Japan, in which cars have been equipped with artificial intelligence. As a student training to operate these cars, fifth-grader Kakeru is one day assigned to the transforming robot known as Gyrozetter. Together with other specially selected drivers, he must now use Gyrozetter to save the world from the evil organization Xenon.
This Art Club Has a Problem! premieres on 11 April, every Monday and Tuesday at 8pm, with two episodes back-to-back. Gyrozetter premieres on 19 April, every Monday to Friday at 5.30pm.
Animax is available on SKYCable Channel 46, Cignal Channel 73, Dream Satellite TV Channel 07, and G Sat Channel 24.
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