Fena: Pirate Princess anime to debut on Adult Swim and Crunchyroll

Pirates and Samurai might not appear like a natural mix, however in the brand-new trailer for Fena: Pirate Princess, they appear to work quite well together. Fena will debut concurrently on both Crunchyroll and Grownup Swim’s Toonami, the 2 business revealed on Wednesday.

The program follows Fena Houtman, a young orphan with silver hair who’s on the run from pirates and the English Navy after her moms and dads are eliminated. To assist her prevent capture and discover her household’s treasure, she uses the aid of numerous samurai to become her pirate team.

According to the program’s director, Kazuto Nakazawa (Eliminate Expense: Volume 1, Samurai Champloo), he and the group at Production I.G. (Ghost in the Shell, Haikyuu!!) were influenced by Shojo manga. However as the program’s most current trailer shows, there’s still a lot of action. Nakazawa states he likewise wished to consist of some love and eventually wishes to produce something that lands in between Shonen manga and Shojo manga.

Fena: Pirate Princess will concurrently premiere called episodes on Grownup Swim’s Toonami and subtitled episodes on Crunchyroll. The series doesn’t have a release date yet, however it’s arranged to come out at some point this summer season.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.