The official anime website for the television anime adaptation of Kanari Abe's “High School Fleet,” released on Wednesday the anime film first key visual. A-1 Pictures is animating the film which will premire Spring 2020 in Japan. The official YouTube channel also began streaming the official trailer but it's regional blocked.
High School Fleet (Haifuri) anime series premiere in Japan between April and June 2016. Yuu Nobuta directed the anime at Production IMS. Reiko Yoshida was in charge of the series composition, with character designs by Naoto Nakamura and original character designs by Atto. The series also received a two-part sequel OVA.
Kanari Abe launched High School Fleet in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive in October 2015. A spin-off manga by Tsuchii (Girls & Panzer: Little Army) ran in the same magazine for three volumes between June 2016 and August 2017. Kadokawa published a two-volume side story novel by Aku Himenogi and Kinoto Masuishi in 2016.
High School Fleet anime series follows a girl named Akeno Misaki who enrolls at Yokosuka Girls' Marine High School in Yokosuka, Kanagawa in order to become one of the highly regarded Blue Mermaids. As Akeno and her classmates set off aboard the destroyer ship Harekaze, an incident with their instructor suddenly leads them to be accused of mutiny. Thus, Akeno must lead her crewmates in sailing the Harekaze as they try to find the truth about what's happening while also avoiding pursuit.
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