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Migi & Dali Anime's 2nd Promo Video

The official website for the television anime adaptation of Nami Sano's "Migi & Dali" (Migi to Dali) manga released its second major promotional video. This video provides viewers with an exciting sneak peek at the anime's ending theme song, "Skyline," performed by Nulbarich.



The first Blu-ray Disc box of the anime is set to be released on February 14, containing six episodes. Following that, the second box will hit the shelves on March 13, comprising seven episodes, resulting in a grand total of 13 episodes.


©佐野菜見・KADOKAWA/ビーバーズ The anime is scheduled to make its debut on the AT-X channel and Amazon Prime Video service in Japan on October 2 at 10:00 p.m. (9:00 a.m. EDT). It will also be broadcasted on Tokyo MX and BS11 channels, alongside availability on various streaming platforms.



Nami Sano, the creator of "Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto," commenced the serialization of "Migi & Dali" in Kadokawa's Harta magazine in July 2017. Kadokawa provides a brief synopsis of the story:

Beneath the surface lies an angel's hidden secret. The protagonist, Hitori, was brought into the lives of a middle-aged couple by a stork, bestowing them with the blessing of a child. His parents were warm-hearted, his home spacious, and his meals always comforting. Yet, in order to safeguard the happiness bestowed upon him, Hitori keeps a vital secret concealed from his loving parents.


The anime is helmed by Mankyū, known for their work on titles like "PUCHIM@S," "DD Fist of the North Star," and "Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls Theater." Mankyū takes on multiple roles, directing the series, handling the series scripts, and serving as the sound director. Collaborating on the animation production is CompTown. The character designs are masterfully crafted by Ayumi Nishibata, who also holds the position of chief animation director. The captivating musical score is composed by Hiroko Sebu, renowned for her work on "I want to eat your pancreas."

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