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2.5 Dimensional Seduction Teases Visual, Premiere Date, Song News

2.5 dimensional seduction

The upcoming anime 2.5 Dimensional Seduction (a.k.a. 2.5 Jigen no Lilysa in Japanese) is going to premiere on July 5! Along with sharing this news, a new visual was released, plus info on the opening and ending theme songs.

Here is the visual.

The opening theme song is titled “Shutter Chance” and performed by Meichan. Meanwhile, the ending theme song is called “Watch Me” and is performed by Kaori Maeda and Akari Kito in the role of their characters.

It was previously revealed that Junya Enoki plays Masamune Okumura, Kaori Maeda plays Ririsa Amano, Akari Kito plays Mikari Tachibana, Aya Yamane plays 753♡, Yuka Nukui plays Magino, Tomokazu Sugita plays Ogino, M.A.O plays Mayuri Hanyu, Sayumi Suzushiro plays Nonoa, and Sayumi Watabe plays Aria.

The anime is being made at J.C. Staff, with Hideki Okamoto of Bakugan: Evolutions helming the project as director. Takao Yoshioka, known for working on Horimiya, has the job of handling series scripts. Credit for character design goes to Tomoyuki Shitaya of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma. The music is being composed by Hiroaki Tsutsumi, whose credits include Dr. STONE.

2.5 Dimensional Seduction is set to have two consecutive cours.

Seven Seas publishes the original manga by Yu Hashimoto, and gave this description for its plot:

“I have no interest in real girls!” So claims Okumura, the president of the school’s manga club. He’s your typical otaku, obsessed with a sexy (fictional) 2D manga character known as Lilliel. Then the new school year starts, and a (real!) 3D girl named Lilysa whose passion is cosplay joins the club. Lilysa convinces Okumura to become her photographer–and guess who her favorite manga character is? Not only that, but Lilysa is into modeling the fetishy stuff! The boundaries between 2D and 3D start to blur as this hot-blooded romantic comedy unfolds.

Source: ANN


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