Kyowno’s story about idols under 149 cm and their producers
Kodoani.com – The Last Performance in “The IDOLM @ STER Cinderella Girls 10 Anniversary M @ gical Wonderland!!!” The tour ended on Sunday with the announcement that manga The IDOLM @ STER Cinderella Girls U149 author Kyowno will premiere a television anime by studio Cygames Pictures.
[Cinderella]”THE [email protected] CINDERELLA GIRLS U149″ TV animation project started! ! The special news PV released at the Cinderella Girls 10th Anniversary Tour Final has been released! Please look forward to it! # Cinderella 10th anniversary _ final day 2 # U149 # idolmaster pic.twitter.com/zf51dNtNzO
— Idolmaster Official Twitter (@imas_official) April 3, 2022
Kyowno drew the following illustration to celebrate the news:
The manga revolves around girls under 149 cm (under 4 feet, 11 inches) who aspire to be idols despite having no producer or gig. However, maybe with a gorgeous dress, a great stage, and a great prince… The new Cinderella story follows diminutive idols and their little rookie producer.
Kyowno launched the manga on Cygames’ online Cycomi service in 2016, and Cygames published the fourth volume in October 2018.
The [email protected] franchise started as an arcade game in 2005, with players tasked with producing idols in a fledgling idol company, managing practice schedules, concerts, CD releases, and more. break time. The game was first ported to Xbox 360 in 2007 and got a sequel in 2011, completing the first 13 characters of the series. Later spin-offs included the social game The IDOLM @ STER Cinderella Girls, which introduced the story of an entirely new group of characters larger than the corporate story; IDOLM @ STER : Milion Live!, featuring the original 13 characters along with new ones; The Idolm @ ster SideM, which focuses on male idols, all with “unique reasons” for idols; and IDOLM @ STER Shiny Colors, a mobile game and the latest brand new entry in the franchise with new female idols and a return of game features from the first two games.
The first anime adaptation for the franchise was 2007’s Idolmaster: Xenoglossia, a Mecha spinoff anime. A-1 Pictures and Nishigori adapted the first two games in the 2011 anime The IDOLM @ STER, and produced the 2014 anime movie THE IDOLM @ STER MOVIE: Kagayaki no Mukōgawa e!. The studio and some of the original staff returned for both 2015’s The IDOLM @ STER Cinderella Girls and 2017’s The Idolm @ ster SideM anime. IDOLM @ STER : Milion Live! There’s also an upcoming television anime adaptation.
IDOLM @ STER Cinderella Girls is also having a 10th anniversary “anniversary animation” that will feature all 190 idols. Cygames Pictures does video animation.