Dr. Stone And Haikyu Creators Send Condolences
Photo Credit: Production I.G & TMS/8PAN

Kyoto Animation, one of the most well known and powerful anime studios, was struck by a noteworthy catastrophe prior this Summer in which their first Studio building was the casualty of an awful fire-related crime on 07/18/2019 at around 10:30 a.m. JST. The fire assault caused deaths of 35 employees and more than 30 employees were injured.

Support for the studio has overflowed in from around the globe, it will set aside a long effort for the anime business to recoup from the unexpected occasion. Fans and anime and manga industry veterans alike have shared their sympathies, and two as of late shared their emotions in the most recent issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.

Dr. Stone artist Boichi, and Haikyu!! maker Haruichi Furudate took the time in their ongoing Shonen Jump creator comment sections to offer their inspirational statements and grieving too.

Dr. Stone illustrator Boichi said: “My deepest sympathy goes out to the many victims of the tragic fire“, and Haruichi Furudate said: “I pray that all the creators who have provided so much joy can rest in peace.” 

As of late, the Kyoto Prefectural Police have uncovered the personalities of ten of the lives lost during the flame. In the wake of affirming with the grieving families that it was alright, and after the memorial service administrations for every one of those lost were finished, those ten names are currently open.


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Dr. Stone And Haikyu Creators Send Condolences
Photo Credit: “Kyoto Animation”

The Kyoto Animation Studio itself was established in 1981, making such anime TV top picks as K-On!Free!, and Full Metal Panic. The studio was additionally in charge of some darling anime movies, for example, A Silent Voice, K-On! The Movie, and Free! Take Your Marks to give some examples.

Kyoto Animation Studio had been cited similar to the “first successful animation studio outside of Japan” and as “having an indelible impact on Japan’s Animation industry”.