Katsuwo’s Mitsuboshi Colors Manga Gets Anime Project
A stage event at the Dengeki Game Festival 2017 event in Tokyo revealed on Sunday that Katsuwo’s Mitsuboshi Colors manga is getting an anime adaptation. The event didn’t specify the format of the anime. The anime’s staff have opened a website and launched a Twitter account for the project.
Tomoyuki Kawamura (AntiMagic Academy “The 35th Test Platoon”, Good Luck Girl!) is directing the anime at the studio SILVER LINK. Shogo Yasukawa (Hyperdimension Neptunia, Alderamin on the Sky) is handling the series composition, and Takumi Yokota (Pupipō!) is the character designer.
The anime will star Yūki Takada as Yui, Marika Kōno as Sacchan, and Natsumi Hioka as Kotoha.
Katsuwo launched the manga in Kadokawa’s Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine in 2014, and Kadokawa published the manga’s third compiled volume on October 27.
The manga takes place in a certain corner of a certain park in a certain Ueno area of Tokyo. In this corner exists the secret base of the “justice organization” called “Colors.” A group of three elementary school girls lead Colors, and the members of the group roam the park day and night (actually just until evening) to protect the peace of the park.