Through its facebook page, ODEX Indonesia has announced that they will bring three more animated films to Indonesia. Nanoha: Detonation, was announced on Sunday (16/9), Natsume’s Book of Friends – Tied to the Temporal World, was announced on Monday (17/9), and Eureka Seven Anemone, was announced on Wednesday (19/9). The exact premiere date has not been announced yet. However, the trailers the films have already been posted on their facebook page with the caption “coming soon”.
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha: Detonation is the latest fim in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series and the sequel of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha: Reflection. The film is produced at Seven Arcs Pictures with Takayuki Hamana as director and Masaki Tsuzuki, the creator of the Nanoha franchise, credited for the screenplay. The film will premiere in Japanese theaters on 9 October 2018.
ODEX has previously hinted the release Natsume’s Book of Friends – Tied to the Temporal World last June. It tells the story of Natsume, a boy who has the ability to see spirits. He inherited a strange book from his grandmother, which was used to bind spirits under his grandmothers control. With the help of a spirit in the guise of a cat, he tries to free those spirits. The manga, which is created by Yuki Midorikawa, began its serialization in Hakushensha’s LaLa DX shoujo magazine in 2005. In 2008, Natsume’s Book of Friends was listed as one of the finalist in the first manga Taisho Award. The manga has also been published in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo with the title Natsume Yujincho.
Eureka Seven Anemone is the second film in Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution trilogy. It will be set 10 years before the TV series and depict the Summer of Love event alluded in the TV series, and will follow the basic plot of the original TV series with new scenes, and also with different ending.
In 2017, It was announced that ODEX will bring the first film in Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution trilogy to several countries in South East Asia including Indonesia. However, the first film still has not been screened yet.
The Indonesian Anime Times