Majestic Prince is an original and high popular anime series that’s been praised for its highly idiosyncratic characters and distinguished robot battle depictions. This anime portrays the intense battles as well as the epic dramas of a group of boys and girls from Team Rabbits who bravely stand up against an imminent unknown extraterrestrial life’s invasion. An original movie of this awesome anime will be released on November 4.
Manga.Tokyo found out that the production company has finally picked up their favorite subtitle out of 2,000 proposals collected from the anime’s fans. The subtitle chosen from is ‘Movie Majestic Prince -Kakusei no Idenshi-‘. (*Kakusei no Idenshi means ‘Awakening Genes’. )
Along with this awesome subtitle, the latest key visual and a trailer have been released together!
The movie features a brand-new story that comes right after the anime’s last episode 24: Team Rabbits managed to break down the enemy’s base, but the fierce battle put the main character Izuru into a coma. In the meantime, the enemy’s remaining forces relaunched their attack on the earth. The rest of the team members set out for their new mission leaving Izuru behind.
This newly-released key visual features Asagi who is determined to fight with Izuru’s aspirations and we can also see a new AHSMB behind him. In the trailer we can see some high-quality robot action scenes that are significantly upgraded compared to the previous season and the newly-released theme song titled Kienai Sora (by Natsumi Kon) which goes perfectly with these epic scenes. The movie Majestic Prince will be released on November 4 for 2 weeks only.
The latest trailer released!!
Majestic Prince was launched back in 2013, breaking a long absence of original robot-themed anime series. Majestic Prince has left a deep impression on a lot of anime fans for its in-depth SF world setting, joyful but tearful drama and especially its overwhelming robot battle depictions by the CG production firm Orange.
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