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BEM~BECOME HUMAN Began Streaming A Promotional Video : Recaps BEM Anime Series

BEM~BECOME HUMAN: Kiyoshi Kobayashi, the voice behind Bem in 1968 initial anime Yōkai Nintendo Bem will be narrating the anime film of the same franchise.

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Everything you need to know about BEM~BECOME HUMAN Anime Film!

The makers of Gekijōban BEM~BECOME HUMAN, the impending anime movie following the rebooted BEM anime series started streaming a promotional video on 23rd of September, that gives the anime fans a quick recap of the anime series.

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The video starts with Kiyoshi Kobayashi’s description about the anime, he was voice artist of Bem in the initial 1968 Yōkai Ningen Ben anime. Kiyoshi Kobayashi will be narrating the film from his perception. In the franchise of Yōkai Ningen Bem, BEM~BECOME HUMAN film is a brand new project and it will premiere in Japan on October 2nd, 2020.

Kirrato Prichan Space Battleship Tiramisu’s director Hiroshi Ikehata will be directing the anime film at I.G productions. And the one who worked in One Piece Stampede, Pokemon and Inazuma Eleven will be writing the script for the anime movie. Mino Matsumoto is working for the designs of characters in the anime film. While, Range Murata will be handling the original character designs. The distribution of the anime film is done by the Klockworx Co. Ltd.

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The theme song of the anime movie ‘unforever’ will be performed by Rib.

Yōkai Ningen Bem is a vintage- classical supernatural and adventurous anime that broadcasted from 1968 to 1969. The BEM~BECOME HUMAN Anime movie is the newest collection added in the franchise.

In the initial anime there are a total of 26 episodes. In the first anime the characters Bem, Bela and Belo are bad looking humanoids monsters, who fight against injustice. These monsters always protect humans from the evilness of Yōkai. The trio is very different from humans and Yōkai but they keep battling in the hope that one fine day they’ll transform into humans.

The television anime released last year in July in Japan, streamed by Funimaton.

 

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