The current year’s 23rd issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine reported on Wednesday that the TV anime of Takeshi Hinata‘s Ahiru no Sora manga will debut in October.
The magazine’s 24th issue will uncover the show’s cast on May 15.
Keizou Kusakawa is credited as the chief director, while Shingo Tamaki is coordinating the anime at Diomedea. Go Zappa is responsible for arrangement sythesis. Yoshino Honda is planning the characters.
Ahiru no Sora (あひるの空) 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. An anime TV arrangement adjustment by Diomedéa will debut on October 2019.
Manga‘s official description is:
“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.”
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.