The July issue of Kadokawa‘s Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine distributed the last chapter of Takahiro Seguchi‘s manga adjustment of Kōji Natsumi‘s Girly Air Force light novel arrangement on Saturday.
Takahiro Seguchi propelled the Girly Air Force manga in Monthly Shōnen Ace last October.
Kadokawa distributed the manga‘s initially aggregated book volume last December.
Novel‘s official description is:
“Earth has come under attack by the Zai, a mysterious “armed group” using unusually highly advanced weapon systems far superior to any Terran military technology. A young Chinese-Japanese teenager named Kei Narutani and his Chinese friend Minghua, both living in Shanghai, are force-evacuated to Japan when the city is attacked by the Zai. During their escape by sea, several Zai fighters begin sinking the evacuation fleet when Kei suddenly witnesses the Zai being repelled by a strange airplane. When the plane subsequently crashes, Kei rushes to aid the pilot, but is surprised to find a pretty girl at the controls.
After arriving in Japan, Kei begins investigating the origins of the strange plane, and before long he is captured by Japanese secret service agents. He learns from them that it was a Swedish fighter retrofitted with special technology developed by the JASDF. In order to combat the Zai, their technology – HiMAT (Highly Maneuverable Aircraft Technology) and EPCM (Electronic Perceptory Countermeasures) – was reverse-engineered and applied to existing fighter models, which are codenamed “Daughters”; but in order to function properly, this tech requires an autonomous interface unit called “Anima”, androids shaped like human girls who are made from salvaged Zai parts. The girl Kei encountered, by the name of Gripen (after the plane she flies), is such an “Anima” unit who formed an emotional attachment to him when he came to her aid. When her supervising developer notices that effect, he invites Kei into the Anima project and act as Gripen’s partner in order to boost her flight performance and prevent her from being scrapped.”
Kōji Natsumi propelled the novel arrangement in 2014, and Kadokawa‘s Dengeki Bunko engraving distributed the eleventh volume on March 9, and will distribute the twelfth volume on June 8. Asagi Tōsaka gives the representations to the novels.
An anime TV arrangement adjustment by studio Satelight was reported on June 1, 2018. The arrangement is coordinated by Katsumi Ono and composed by Shingo Nagai, with character structures by Tōru Imanishi. I’ve Sound is making the arrangement’s music. The arrangement circulated from January 10 to March 28, 2019 on AT-X, before airing on Tokyo MX, BS11, Sun TV, and AbemaTV. The arrangement kept running for 12 episodes.