On Wednesday Muse Asia confirmed that Tite Kubo’s Burn The Witch one-shot based theatrical anime will be available on its official YouTube channel on October 2. They streamed the first episode of the series at 9:30 a.m. IST.
Alongside India, Muse Asia is streaming the anime in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Vietnam, Brunei, Cambodia, and Bhutan.
Starting from 2nd October the anime will have event screenings in Japan for two weeks. The anime will be restructured into three episodes for the streaming version and all three episodes will release at the same time.
Studio Colorido and Team Yamahitsuji are producing the “mid-length” theatrical anime. Tatsurō Kawano is directing the anime, and Yūji Shimizu is the assistant director. Chika Suzumura is writing scripts, Natsuki Yamada is the character designer, and Keisuke Ōkura is handling the dragon designs. Keiji Inai is composing the music.
Also, a new PV for Burn The Witch Volume 1 has been released on October 1, 2020.
The original manga is based on the one-shot manga of the same name. The one-shot manga debuted in July 2018. The original manga is a four-chapter short serialization. The serialization debuted on August 24 and ended on Monday. The manga is being published in English by Viz Media.
The one-shot shares the same world as Kubo’s Bleach manga. The chapter focuses on Noel Niihashi and Ninny Spangcole. Both of them are working at Wing Bird Headquarters as witches. This headquarters is in Reverse London’s Natural Dragon Management Agency. Supernatural creatures like Dragons are visible to people who live in Reverse London. Even though Noel and Ninny undergo for missions to exterminate evil creatures, they work to help promote the coexistence of humans and supernatural creatures together.