ESTAB LIFE: GREAT ESCAPE Reveals New Key Visual & PV Trailer

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The upcoming anime ESTAB LIFE: GREAT ESCAPE TV has released a new key visual & PV trailer, ahead of its April 6th, 2022 premiere.  

The multimedia project is a special collaboration between Crunchyroll and the +Ultra programming block. The anime has already begun streaming episodes in batches on Fuji TV’s FOD service earlier this month. Crunchyroll will debut the first two episodes on its service early on March 23rd. Afterwards, new episodes will launch weekly on March 30th, beginning with episode three. 

The project will also include an upcoming anime film that will be released at a later date. Polygon Pictures is handling animation production for both the TV anime series and film.

Hiroyuki Hashimoto (Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM) will be directing ESTAB LIFE: GREAT ESCAPE. Shouji Gatoh (COP CRAFT) will serve as series screenwriter, Yuusuke Kozaki (UNDER THE DOG) will handle the original character designs, and Yoshiaki Fujisawa (Love Live! Super Star!!) will compose the anime’s music. Gorou Taniguchi is credited with original planning for the anime series. 

Tomomi Mineuchi voices Ekua and Rie Takahashi voices Feresu. Maria Naganawa voices the Maruteese, Show Hayami plays Aruga, and Shin-ichirou Miki voices Urura. 

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Polygon Pictures describes the anime as:

The distant future. After reaching its peak, Earth’s population fell into decline. AI was developed to help preserve the species and manage the ecosystem; a grand experiment in human diversity.

Through genetic engineering, a diverse array of peoples, including beastfolk, magical beings, and more, was created to live in a diverse city separated into walled “clusters”. Each cluster developed a unique culture, befitting of the people that lived there.

Their lives, and the system, is continually maintained by the AI to ensure survival.


Source: ESTAB LIFE Official Twitter

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He also contributes work to the website Yatta Tachi. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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