20 May 2024
Watch anime trailer for Bones 25: Dreaming Forward

Crunchyroll Set To Release Bones 25: Dreaming Forward Series

Watch anime trailer for Bones 25: Dreaming Forward
Crunchyroll is off course the main source for anime here in the UK and worldwide online. Today they announced they produced and will air a brand-new documentary series Bones 25: Dreaming Forward.

The four-part documentary series is about one of Japan’s most renowned animation studios, Studio Bones. The series will begin streaming on Crunchyroll on 13th February, timed with the release of the series Metallic Rouge, produced by Studio Bones.

The series consists of four 24-minute documentary episodes about the prolific studio behind anime hits Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, My Hero Academia, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and more. The documentary is produced by Crunchyroll and French production company DeltaRocket. DeltaRocket’s Jace directed the series and has helmed more than 40 documentaries for French television, including Canal+, Arte, M6, and TCM.

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BONES 25: DREAMING FORWARD explores the creation of Studio BONES and its most legendary series. From its high quality adaptation of beloved manga series to unique and original animated stories, this anime storyteller’s history has enthralled fans of the long-standing studio. The series was shot entirely in Japan and includes four parts – “The History of Bones” “Style and Originality,” “Successful Adaptation,” and “Metallic Rouge: The Future of Bones.” More than 30 personalities are featured throughout the episodes, including those with Masahiko Minami (President), ONE (the author of “Mob Psycho 100”), Shinichiro Watanabe (Director), Kafka Asagiri (Creator), and Yutaka Izubuchi (Conceptual Author and Series Composition of Metallic Rouge) and Motonobu Hori of (Director of Metallic Rouge).

Masahiko Minami, President of BONES, described the studio by saying, “We wanted to build a place where we could find new forms of expression, new genres, and new themes through creation. Looking back, it was with great joy and gratitude that I rediscovered the works we have been creating with our wonderful friends.”

Studio BONES is behind some of the most iconic anime of a generation,” said Asa Suehira, Chief Content Officer at Crunchyroll. “It’s only fitting that anime fans will want to have an unprecedented look inside their creators and studios. To give fans that look, we’ve partnered with a great documentary storyteller in DeltaRocket to turn the camera around and spotlight one of Japan’s great anime storytellers.”

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