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TRIGGER anime studio turns 10

Watch a commemoration video.

The TRIGGER animation studio is celebrating its tenth anniversary. He’s chargeable for the animes Little Witch Academy, Promare and two episodes of Star Wars: Visions. As a type of celebration, a video and message to followers had been posted on the web.

Watch the video and message under:

“TRIGGER finally turned 10 years old. This was only possible with the support of all our fans! With your continued support, we would like to continue to bring joy and happiness through the anime to all of our fans.”

“This was only possible with the support of our loyal fans. We really can’t thank you enough. The world has gone through a series of events that were unimaginable 10 years ago. Even now, the world is still in a very difficult situation. While we cannot physically improve the situation, we hope that our excitement will bring joy to everyone, even if only in a small way. With your continued support, TRIGGER will continue to fire animation bullets for the foreseeable future.”

See the tweet:

Studio TRIGGER was based on August 22, 2011 by Hiroyuki Imaishi and Masahiko Otsuka, their first anime being a restricted collection net animation Inferno Cop in December 2012, adopted by their first brief movie Little Witch Academy in March 2013, and in October 2013, the studio’s first TV anime, kill la kill. (through CBR)

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