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article imageKey Visual Arts celebrates 15th anniversary with 'Charlotte'

By Can Tran     Dec 24, 2014 in Entertainment
Key Visual Arts and P.A. Works are collaborating to create "Charlotte," a new original anime, set to air sometime in 2015.
If any major industry, the 15th anniversary of any company has to be considered major. This is because many companies can fold within the first five years. It is an achievement for a company to reach 10 years and there are companies that have survived for more than 15 years. There are many examples to draw from and the world of Japanese anime is by no means an exception. Key Visual Arts, one of the animation companies in Japan, is celebrating its 15th anniversary.
At a joint conference with Aniplex, Key Visual Arts announced plans to collaborate with P.A. Works to create a new original anime series, which is not adapted from a manga or light novel series, scheduled to air in Japan in 2015. The new series is subtly named Charlotte.
Key Visual Arts did not give much on the story behind Charlotte, but there is the implication that it will feel similar to its other works such as Clannad, Kanon, and Air. Charlotte will likely have plenty of tragedy, which is a constantly used theme in the works of Key Visual Arts.
When a boy and a girl, probably Charlotte, meet each other, fate begins to work against the two of them. That is the only tidbit of information that Key Visual Arts has provided so far on the 2015 anime series Charlotte.
It is unknown when in 2015 Charlotte will air. There is the likely chance that Charlotte will stream internationally, which depends on whom acquires the regional licenses. In the case of North America, the license could be acquired by Crunchyroll, Aniplex of America, Sentai Filmworks, Viz Media, or FUNimation.
If you like Clannad and Air, look forward to Charlotte in 2015.
P.A. Works is known for Blue Dragon, Code: Breaker, Blood+, Eden of the East, The Eccentric Family, Darker Than Black, Le Chevalier D'Eon, Fate/Zero, Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, and more.
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