The movie will be the first new City Hunter animation since 2019’s City Hunter The Movie: Shinjuku Private Eyes, which itself woke the franchise up from a 20-year nap.
So with its TV series first airing on April 6, 1987, City Hunter celebrated its 35th birthday this week, and it’s getting a very big present in the form of a brand-new theatrical anime.
That’s not the only key City Hunter element that’s already accounted for, either, as veteran voice actor Akira Kamiya will once again reprise his role as Ryo.
Follow Casey on Twitter, where “Akira Kamiya suddenly shows up at midnight karaoke” is one of his favorite anime convention memories.
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