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The release date for the Urusei Yatsura remake's new trailer is set for October 13.

The remake of Urusei Yatsura, which was first revealed in December of last year, recently received a new PV that includes a preview of the opening music. The series, which features animation from David Production, debuts on October 13, 2022, with 46 episodes divided into 2 distinct arcs.
The release date for the Urusei Yatsura remake's new trailer is set for October 13.
The initial 23 will air until March 2023 while the final episodes will get a later date. Eternalised as one of the first ecchi romantic comedies in history, Urusei Yatsura was also the first work by author Rumiko Takahashi to be animated. She would later create other hits such as "Ranma ½" and "Inuyasha". The story follows young Araru Moroboshi, a stupid, twisted and unlucky high school student who is tasked with saving Earth from the invading Onis. He now has only one week to touch the horns of Princess Lum, daughter of the Oni leader who possesses the advantage of flight. Already giving up the mission at the last moment, Moroboshi is encouraged by his girlfriend Shinobu Miyake who promises to marry him if he saves Earth. After achieving the feat the boy declares his contentment however he is misunderstood by Lum who, in love, decides to move in with him. In the staff the general direction will be Hideya Takahashi (directed "Keijo!!!") in partnership with Yasuhiro Kimura (directed "Sansha Sanyou"). The script will be handled by Yuuko Kakihara (she wrote for "Asobi Asobase") with character design by Naoyuki Asano (same role in "Eizouken Ni wa Te Wo Dasu na!"). Among the new voice actors, Princess Lum will be voiced by Sumire Uesaka (Shaltear from "Overlord") while Moroboshi will be played by Hiroshi Kamiya (Levi from "Shingeki no Kyojin"). In the original the same characters were dubbed by Fumi Hirano (Prof. Saeki Masako from "Blue Period") and Toshio Furukawa (Piccolo from "Dragon Ball"). Urusei Yatsura began with the manga published from 1978 to 1987 yielding 34 volumes. The classic anime aired between 1981 and 1986 with a total of 195 episodes, adapted at the time by Deen and Pierrot studios.

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