Hideki Fukushima and Michiko Makita are structuring the props. Maho Takahashi is coordinating the art, and Miyuki Sunako is the shading key artist. Yōko Ōtake is the executive of photography, and Toshihiko Kojima is altering. Jin Aketagawa is coordinating the sound, and Hiroaki Tsutsumi is forming the music. King Records is delivering the music.
“Kurumatani Sora made a promise to his mother “I will dominate my first high school tournament”. But as he joins the basketball club after entering Kuzuryū High School, he finds out that it’s become a stomping ground for delinquents. A place where everything but basketball is done, but with Sora’s genuine zeal for basketball, things begin to stir.”
The anime is going to premiere in October.
Ahiru no Sora is a Japanese basketball manga arrangement composed and represented by Takeshi Hinata. It began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2004. The first volume was discharged on May 17, 2004 and as of March 16, 2018, forty-nine volumes have been discharged in Japan by Kodansha.
Takeshi Hinata propelled the manga in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2003, and Kodansha discharged the manga‘s 50th incorporated book volume on November 16. The manga has entered its last circular segment as of January. The arrangement has in excess of 24 million duplicates in print.