Me & Roboco Anime Film Unveils “Super” Teaser Visual

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© Shuhei Miyazaki/​SHUEISHA, Me&Roboco

A new “super” teaser visual has been unveiled for the upcoming Me & Roboco anime film. The film is scheduled to open in Japan in Winter 2024.

The Me & Roboco anime series ran for a total of 28 episodes, starting from December 5, 2022 until June 19, 2023. Each episode ran for around three minutes. 

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© Shuhei Miyazaki/​SHUEISHA, Me&Roboco

Many production staff members from the TV anime are returning to work on the film. Akitarou Daichi (Ojamaru) is serving as the director, with Michihiro Satou (Delicious Party Precure episode director) as assistant director, Sayuri Ooba (The Demon Girl Next Door Season 2 scriptwriter) as screenwriter, Yuuko Ebara (Yu-Gi-Oh!  VRAINS animation director) as character designer, Manami Koyama (Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer) as art director, Ayami Minowa (Yu-Gi-Oh: VRAINS) as color designer, and Reina Tanimoto as director of photography. Gallop is handling the animation production for the film after working on the anime series. 

The main voice cast consists of Shun Matsuo (from the comedy duo Chocolate Planet) as Roboco, Minami Tsuda as Bondo, Ryoutarou Okiayu as Gachi-Gorilla, Shunsuke Takeuchi as Hotsuo, M.A.O as Madoka, and Kotono Mitsuishi as Bondo’s mother.

The original gag manga series by Shuuhei Miyazaki was first serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on July 6, 2020. The series is published under the Jump comics label and has released 13 tankoubon volumes as of June 2023, with a 14th volume set for release on August 4, 2023. 

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© Shuhei Miyazaki/​SHUEISHA, Me&Roboco

Viz Media releases the Me & Roboco manga in English and describes the synopsis as:

Now that Bondo has his very own OrderMaid, it’s time to show her off to his friends. But will they be able to handle Roboco? And what exactly is the secret behind this special robot?!

Source: Me & Roboco Official Japanese Twitter

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. 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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