The most recent masterpieces by Ishizuka Shinichi! Miyamoto Dai, a third-year high school student who was moved by jazz, played the saxophone by himself in Kawahara day and night for many years. I aspire to be the finest saxophonist in the world! Which among effort, skill, faith, environment, and chance are essential? In Hirosegawa, Sendai, the story of a man who truly and recklessly pursues his objective begins.
Blue Giant Anime Film All you Need to Know
The manga series “Blue Giant” by Shinichi Ishizuka, which appeared in Shogakukan’s Big Comic magazine from May 10, 2013, to August 25, 2016, under the Big Comics Special brand, served as the inspiration for the film. There have been ten tankoubon volumes published altogether.
A second sequel to the series, Blue Giant Supreme, was released in 2016, and a third, Blue Giant Explorer, was released in 2020. As of June 2022, the latter is still being serialized in Big Comic in six tankoubon volumes.
Blue Giant Anime Film Plot
Blue Giant pursues Dai Miyamoto, a player for the basketball team. He is greatly inspired by a live jazz performance he attends one day while in junior high school thanks to a buddy. He then starts playing the tenor saxophone by himself without the knowledge of how to read music.
Dai keeps up his practice whether it’s day or night. Despite the audience’s criticism during his debut performance, Dai plays his saxophone with fervor. A story about achieving his aim impulsively and truly starts.
Blue Giant Anime Film Release Date
Director Yuzuru Tachikawa of the Mob Psycho 100 anime will head the Blue Giant film. The Japanese debut of Blue Giant in theatres will take place on February 17, 2023, according to a recently released movie poster.
Blue Giant Anime Film Staff and Production
A great director is necessary for a great film, thus the franchise hired Yuzuru Tachikawa to helm the production. Tachikawa also directed the psychological thriller Death Parade and the Mob Psycho 100 series.
The anime Studio NUT, which has created several fan favorites including Saga of Tanya the Evil, Deca-Dence, and FLCL Alternative, will be directed by Tachikawa. The Deca-Dence animation was originally produced by Studio NUT and Tachikawa.
NUMBER 8, who edited the Blue Giant manga, also wrote the script for the film. Additionally, they are responsible for the Europe arc of the Blue Giant Supreme manga.