Rumble (2021) Anime [BEST]
The 12-episode original anime project was revealed on April 2, 2021. It is produced by Lerche and is directed by Masaomi Andō and written by Makoto Uezu. Original character designs are provided by Akio Watanabe, while Keiko Kurosawa adapts the designs for animation. Larx Entertainment is producing the 3DCG animation, with Daisuke Katō serving as the CG director. Egg Firm is producing the series. The series aired from October 11 to December 27, 2021, on AT-X, Tokyo MX, ytv, and BS11. Mia Regina performed the opening theme song "Fever Dreamer", while Aina Suzuki performed the ending theme song "Reverse-Rebirth". Funimation licensed the series outside of Asia. Muse Communication licensed the series in South and Southeast Asia.
Rumble (2021) Anime
Following the OP theme song "Fever Dreamer" by Mia REGINA, voice actress Aina Suzuki's official YouTube channel has posted a full music video for "Reverse-Rebirth," the ED theme for the fall 2021 TV anime Gyakuten Sekai no Denchi Shoujo / Rumble Garanndoll.
In 2019, a rift to another dimension suddenly opens in the skies above, revealing a "turnabout" alternate world called "Shinkoku Nippon." This parallel version of Japan maintained its militarism and remains stuck in the Showa era. Shinkoku Nippon invades our Japan with its "Genmu" gas weapons and giant humanoid "Garan" weapons. The invaders immediately take over our government and all but conquer Japan. As a result, our Japan never ushers in the Reiwa era. A decade later, our Japan has been revamped as Genkoku Nippon, a puppet state of Shinkoku Nippon. Under harsh censorship, the once thriving manga, anime, idol, and similar sub-cultures have completely died off...or so it seemed.
When I looked up the staff after the fact, I discovered that the series director is, in fact, Masaomi Andō, one of the most visually distinctive directors making a name for himself in anime today. I didn't realize because there were only a few instances of his signature panels within a frame, but his eye for color and frame composition remained. Also, I guessed right about the character designer! I've never seen The World God Only Knows or much of the Monogatari series that he also did, but his designs are eye-catchingly expressive and round without looking childish, so it's easy to spot his work.
Without spoiling it, the twist at the end of the episode threw me. I can't say that it'll ruin the series because I don't know how it'll be handled, but it brought up a lot of bad feelings about objectification and agency and so on because I am who I am, and who I am is someone who is permanently On One about female representation in anime. I want to go ahead and embrace the goofy joy, but Rumble Garanndoll has some serious explaining to do if it wants to win me back over.
It wasn't until I read the summary at the top of this page where I decided that, no, there's definitely something off with how Garanndoll is conveying its exposition, because 90% of the information was news to me. It's easy to complain when bad anime writing leads to incredibly clunky infodumps between characters who sound like living Wikipedia pages, but while I give Garanndoll credit for possibly attempting to trust its audience to figure things out for themselves, it has to meet us halfway by actually being, you know, coherent?
Even though the premise of weaponized otaku fandom feels kind of trite in this day and age, when there are multi-billion-dollar industries established all over the world that exist purely to cater to the whims of nerd culture, there could be a good anime here in Garanndoll, buried deep down somewhere. I don't know if I have the patience to stick around and find out myself, but if this series somehow ends up being a surprise hit or something, I'm sure I'll hear about it one way or the other.
The emotional journey of this whole episode is at least a little better in its delivery. Closeted otaku Hosomichi is an expert at faking his personality to get by in life, but then is offered the thrilling yet embarrassing opportunity to embrace his anime-loving past when he winds up co-piloting a robot with a super-robot-loving gal named Rin, and is roped into joining the Otaku Liberation Army. He's constantly ping-ponging between embracing his hidden love for children's anime and being mortified at shouting out the silly catchphrases. But somewhere in the presentation it just falls flat. Maybe it's the protracted, repetitive fight sequence that makes up most of this episode, which drags out its action and jokes way too long. Maybe it's just the timing of the gags that makes them fall flat too often. Either way, I came out of this one with not much feeling or interest, and certainly not the passion it's trying to connect to.
The anime premiered on October 11 on AT-X, Tokyo MX, Yomiuri TV, and BS11. Kadokawa Anime's YouTube channel streamed the first episode on October 3 at 8:00 p.m. (7:00 a.m. EDT) before its television broadcast. Funimation is streaming the anime as part of its fall 2021 season.
A decade later, our Japan has been revamped as Genkoku Nippon, a puppet state of Shinkoku Nippon. Under harsh censorship, the once thriving manga, anime, idol, and similar sub-cultures have completely died off ... or so it seemed. A secret society named Arahabaki (a Japanese anagram of Tokyo's sub-culture shopping district Akihabara) rises up to resist Shinkoku with Garanndoll weapons powered by "battery girls."
Masaomi Andō (School-Live!, Scum's Wish, Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun, Astra Lost in Space) is directing the anime at the studio Lerche. Makoto Uezu (Scum's Wish, The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Kengan Ashura) is overseeing the series scripts, Akio Watanabe (The Fruit of Grisaia, The Eden of Grisaia) is the original character designer, and Keiko Kurosawa (Astra Lost in Space, Scum's Wish) is adapting those designs for animation. EGG FIRM is producing the anime. Mia REGINA is performing the anime's opening theme song "Fever Dreamer," while Aina Suzuki is performing the ending theme song "Reverse-Rebirth."
RUMBLE GARANNDOLL is a 2021 anime original series animated by Studio Lerche. It premiered in Japan on October 12, 2021. OkraTron 5000 is producing an English dub of the series for FUNimation Entertainment, which will premiere on December 6, 2021.
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This invasion immediately took over the government and conquered modern-day Japan, and as a result, Japan never ushered in the Reiwa era. Ten years later, Japan has been revamped as Genkoky Nippon, which is a puppet state of Shinkoku Nippon. And under this harsh censorship, the industries that once thrived (manga, anime, idols, and other subcultures) have completely died off.
The staff that will be working on the anime project includes director Masaomi Ando, the Series to be composed by Makoto Ueze, while Akio Watanabe will handle the character drafts. The character designer will be Keiko Kurosawa working with studio Lerche.
Meshack Makungo is an anime enthusiast from South Africa. He is so into anime & manga that he doesn't like to write anything other than anime & manga. He reviews episodes and manga chapters every day. You can reach out to him at Meshack@otakukart.com.
The story begins in 2019, just before the change in historical eras for Japan. A rift to another dimension suddenly opens in the skies above, revealing a "turnabout" alternate world called "Shinkoku Nippon." This parallel version of Japan maintained its militarism and remains stuck in the Showa era. Shinkoku Nippon invades our Japan with its "Genmu" gas weapons (on which our own modern weapons have no effect) and giant humanoid "Garan" weapons. The invaders immediately take over our government and all but conquer Japan. As a result, our Japan never ushers in the Reiwa era. A decade later, our Japan has been revamped as Genkoku Nippon, a puppet state of Shinkoku Nippon. Under harsh censorship, the once thriving manga, anime, idol, and similar sub-cultures have completely died off ... or so it seemed.
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