Starting period, key visuals and trailers for the Blue Lock anime

Starting period, key visuals and trailers for the Blue Lock anime

Starting period

The official online portals of Blue Lock have revealed the start period, trailer and key visual of the anime adaptation inspired by the aforementioned manga written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro (As the Gods Will, Jagan) and drawn by Yusuke Nomura (Dolly Kill Kill ), scheduled to air in October 2022.

Start period, key visual and trailer for the Blue Lock anime

The anime series has been announced in August 2021 and is produced by studio 8-Bit. | ); }

And, below, the trailer released by the official YouTube channel of EMOTION Label Channel:| ); } Among the main staff are Tetsuaki Watanabe (Powerful Pro Yakyuu Powerful Koko-hen) directing the project at 8-Bit with Shunsuke Ishikawa in the role of assistant director. Taku Kishimoto (Haikyu !!, Silver Spoon, Fruit Basket) writes the script and the manga writer Muneyuki Kaneshiro himself oversees the story. Masaru Shindo (Fruit Basket, Macross Delta, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU), Kenji Tanabe and Kento Toya are character designers and head of animations. Hisahi Tojima supports the animation work and Hiromi Sakamoto directs the action scenes. Jun Murayama composes the music.

In relation to the cast of the main characters, Meguru Bachira is voiced by Tasuku Kaito, Yoichi Isagi is voiced by Kazuki Ura, Rensuke Kunigami is voiced by Yuki Ono and Hyoma Chigiri is voiced by Soma Saito.

Blue Lock: what is it about?

We also remind you that the Italian edition is available for Planet Manga from 29 July 2021 (you can buy the debut at this link through Amazon). Here, instead, you can find our review.

We also propose a synopsis:

Following the elimination of the Japanese national team at the 2018 World Cup due to the excess of altruism of the attacker Isagi Youichi, who preferred to pass the ball to a less technically gifted teammate rather than kick at goal, kicks off a player selection program according to which 300 young people are isolated in an institution-prison (the Blue Lock) in which they will be trained hard with the goal of creating “the strongest selfish striker in the world.

The manga has even received acclaim from a great author in recent years who wrote and drew The Attack of the Giants (Shingeki no Kyojin), Hajime Isayama.

The sports manga series Blue Log, written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yuusuke Nomura, has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine since August 2018 and currently 168 chapters have been published. In Japan, 18 tankobons have been launched in comics and online stores at the moment. In Italy, as already ascertained, the series began on July 29, 2021 thanks to Planet Manga and at the moment the first 9 issues are available.

'It's very dangerous': 33 fires started by arson in 48 hours in Contra Costa County, officials say

Four suspects were arrested Tuesday in connection with 33 small brush fires started across 48 hours in Contra Costa County, officials said. 

It's unusual to make that many arson arrests in such a short period of time, Steve Hill, a spokesperson for the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District, said.

'It's concerning we have people among us who are willing to actively set these fires that have great potential to cause great damage to property and to harm or end lives,' Hill said. 'That ties into another concern. One of the things that makes them more dangerous than normal is these uber-dry conditions we have across the region. Last week, we declared the start of fire weather; that's pretty darn early. There are conditions out there on the ground in terms of the dryness that normally we'd find in July or August. We had enough rain to grow a lot of vegetation across the region but not enough to keep it damp and lower wildfire risk. It's very dangerous to be setting fires in these conditions.'

The brush fires were started over the weekend and stretched from Highway 242 and Highway 4 in Concord to Hillcrest Park in Antioch, Hill said.

Many of the fires were started near homes and businesses, but no damage was reported. 

'In our terminology, there were no threatened homes or businesses as we managed to get to the scenes quickly and put the fires out, But they had the potential to threaten homes, businesses and ultimately lives,' Hill said. 'Some TV news stations shared video footage showing a few homeowners where the fires were burning right below their houses, so it was certainly a dangerous situation.'

Hill said Thursday morning that three of the four suspects remained in custody and have been charged with arson to vegetation. The fires allegedly started by the four suspect are still under investigation.

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