Animax Asia Premiere ‘To The Abandoned Sacred Beast’ and ‘Isekai Cheat Magician’ This July

On its teaser posted on YouTube and showed during commercial breaks, South East Asia anime channel Animax will set to air the Action Fantasy Anime Series ‘To The Abandoned Sacred Beast’ and ‘Isekai Cheat Magician’ This July.

 the Abandoned Sacred Beasts is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Maybe. The series is published by Kodansha in Japan and by Vertical in North America. An anime television series adaptation by MAPPA.

100 years after settlers on the continent of Patria established a democratic nation, the discovery of an energy source called Somnium ore sparked a conflict. The nation of Patria split between the industrial Northern Union and the mining towns of the Southern Confederation, and began fighting a civil war. While the South had greater numbers, the North had a secret weapon: The Incarnates, soldiers who could transform into giant mythical beasts and single-handedly destroy enemy emplacements. However, when the war ended and a peace treaty was negotiated, the Incarnates were supposed to be destroyed. Instead, an officer named Cain betrayed his comrades and fled with the surviving Incarnates across the continent. Two years later, an Incarnate named Hank has made it his mission to hunt down the surviving Incarnates, assisted by a young woman named Nancy who blames him for killing her father.

‘To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts’ premieres Jul 2, every Tue 8.30PM (7.30PM JKT/BKK) on the Same Day As Japan!

 

Isekai Cheat Magician is a Japanese light novel series written by Takeru Uchida and illustrated by Nardack. A manga adaptation by Karin Suzuragi began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten’s Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine in December 2016,

‘Isekai Cheat Magician’ Premieres Jul 11 Every Thursday 8.30PM (7.30PM JKT/BKK) on the Same Day As Japan!

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Animax is a television channel operated by Sony Pictures Television which broadcasts Japanese language anime programmings and English-language feeds in Southeast Asia including the Philippines.

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