On Friday the authorized website of the anime project of manga Farewell, My Dear Cramer by Naoshi Arakawa disclosed a teaser trailer and a visual of the project.
The teaser visual probes the two timelines of the project, the subsequent year of the middle school (the left side of the image above) and the first year of the high school (the right side of the image above).
The project is going to comprise of both an anime movie version and a television anime version, and in April 2021 both of them are going to premiere.
The movie is named Eiga Sayonara Watashi no Cramer First Touch and the story plot is going to adapt the previous two volume of manga Sayonara, Football by Arakawa which follows Nozomi in junior high school.
The cast members are following:
- Miyuri Shimabukuro as Nozomi Onda
- Shion Wakayama as Sawa Echizen
- Kouki Uchiyama as Tetsuji Yamada
- Ryota Ohsaka as Kaoru Takei
- Ryoko Shiraishi as Junpei Onda
- Koji Yusa as Kōzō Sameji
- Shimba Tsuchiya as Yasuaki Tani
The anime is being directed at LIDEN FILMS by Seiki Takuno. The script is being penned by Natsuko Takahashi and the anime is being distributed by Toei.
The manga is being set out by Kodansha Comics in digital form concurrently with the Japanese set out and it also plans to set out the manga in print form. The manga has been explained by the company in the following manner:
With no soccer achievements to discuss during the total of Sumire Suo’s middle school years, the youthful wing gets an odd offer. Suo’s principle rival, Midori Soshizaki, welcomes her to sign up on a similar group in secondary school, with a guarantee that she’ll never let Suo play alone. It’s a sincere offer, yet the inquiry is whether Suo will take her up on it. Along these lines the window ornament opens on a story that gathers a huge cast of individual soccer-playing characters!
In May 2016 the manga was commenced by Arakawa. On June 17 the 12th manga volume was issued by Kodansha in Japan.
In October 2014 a 22 episode television anime series based on the manga Your Lie in April by Arawaka was debuted and the series was set out by Aniplex of America on home video. In September 2016 a live action movie was released based on the manga. The original manga was set out by Kodansha Comics in English.