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Idol anime 'Shine Post' releases second PV for July 2022 broadcast

The show featuring the struggling idols from unit TiNgS is scheduled to air on July 12.


By: Nicole S. Castro on June 12, 2022 at 22:34 PHT

A second promotional video has been released for the TV anime adaptation of mixed media idol project Shine Post.


The show is scheduled to air on July 12, 2022 and is animated by Studio Kai.

©Shine Post PROJECT

The story revolves around small-time idol unit TiNgS whose members dream of achieving big-time fame. However, they are at risk of disbanding. To add to their problems, their manager doesn't seem motivated to do his job. However, it seems he does have a "special power" that could possibly launch the girls into stardom.


Cast (TiNgS)

  • Haru Nabatame (CV: Sayumi Suzushiro)

  • Kyо̄ka Tamaki (CV: Moeko Kanisawa)

  • Rio Seibu (CV:Yūko Natsuyoshi)

  • Yukine Giongi (CV: Rimo Hasegawa)

  • Momiji Itо̄ (CV: Rika Nakagawa)

Cast (HY:RAIN)

  • Ren Kurogane (CV: Yū Serizawa)

  • Aoba Karabayashi (CV: Kurumi Takase)

  • Itoha Karabayashi (CV: Miyu Kubota)

  • Nanoka Hiumi (CV: Tomoyo Takayanagi)

  • Yawara Naekawa (CV: Arisa Kōri)


Cast (FFF)

  • Nanami Totsuka (CV: Iori Noguchi)

  • Hinatsu Yomoto (CV: Hina Kino)

  • Remi Nashinoki (CV: Fairouz Ai)


Cast (Yurayura Sisters)

  • Natalya (CV: Aoi Koga)

  • Miina Hirose (CV: Kiara Saito)


Cast

Hotaru (CV: Ayaka Ōhashi)

Shine Post (Japanese: シャインポスト) is a Japanese idol-themed mixed-media project created by Konami Digital Entertainment and Straight Edge. Aside from the upcoming TV anime, the project consists of a light novel series written by Rakuda and illustrated by Buriki, a manga series with art by Makiko Kawasemi (serialized in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive), and a video game by Akihiro Ishihara to be developed by Konami Digital Entertainment.


Staff

  • Original work: Konami Digital Entertainment and Straight Edge

  • World building/Novel writing: Rakuda

  • Director: Kei Oikawa

  • Series composition: SPP

  • Screenplay: Rakuda, Tatsuto Higuchi

  • Character design draft: Buriki

  • Character design: Yoshihiro Nagata

  • Music producer: Yohei Kisara (Stray Cats)

  • Animation production: Studio KAI


Source: Shine Post official Twitter, official website, Comic Natalie

 

NICOLE S. CASTRO

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Nicole is based in the Philippines and works as a freelance Japanese Translator/Interpreter and copywriter (English). She is a JLPT N2 passer who watches anime to "study" for N1. She has a long career history on LinkedIn (with primary focus on media and translation), but her anime watchlist is much, much longer.



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