For this week’s issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine, manga artist Negi Haruba created a brand-new artwork of the five Nakano sisters in anticipation of this Friday’s Japanese theatrical release of The Quintessential Quintuplets anime OVA. On the anime side, the single of the ending theme song EP, which debuted today, was illustrated by the ending animation director Aoi Umeki.
First, a picture shoot featuring the voice actresses who play the Nakano sisters was published in today’s issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine accompanied with an illustration by Negi Haruba.
Then, ending animation director Aoi Umeki performed a cover of the EP “Gotobun no Mirai” with the Nakano family. The latest video game’s theme song, which is featured on the EP and is sung by the girls, is also available today in Japan.
This summer, a brand-new The Quintessential Quintuplets side-story anime will make its theatrical debut.
Here is a related tweet about Quintessential Quintuplets:
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— Slice of Anime (@TheSliceofAnime) July 11, 2023
The TV special The Quintessential Quintuplets takes place during the summer break when Fuutarou takes a break from tutoring the Nakano sisters to concentrate on his own admission tests. When the girls are missing him, Fuutarou unexpectedly calls them. In Japan, the special will premiere in theaters on July 14 before airing on television later this summer.
Yukihiro Miyamoto (Puella Magi Madoka Magica) is in charge of directing The Quintessential Quintuplets at the animation studio Shaft, and Keiichiro Ochi is back to pen the scenario.
The Quintessential Quintuplets TV anime, which has two seasons, and its most recent conclusion film are all available to stream right now on Crunchyroll.