Despite what the title implies, no, this isn’t about two asteroids that fall in love. But I think it’s Yuri-flavored……maybe….kind– Yeah, it’s definitely that.
This is Asteroid in Love.
Director: Daisuke Hiramaki
Series Composition: Yuka Yamada
Music: Takurō Iga
Original creator: Quro
Character Design: Jun Yamazaki
Art Director: Norifumi Nakamura (Studio Naya)
Chief Animation Director:
Animation Production: Doga Kobo
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll
Plot Summary: Mira is a girl who dreams of joining the astronomy club once she got into high school, after meeting a man and promising to discover new asteroids when she was younger. But the high school she got into had abolished its astronomy club the year before she enrolled, and it has now been combined with the earth sciences club.
First Thoughts: Oh hey, it’s from good ‘ol Doga Kobo doing this and it’s about as cute as a show from them can be. There is also that one part of how Mira thought she met a guy that promises her new asteroids later on when in actuality, he was actually a she. This show is another one that’s in the calmer side of things and it’s technically a love story…I mean, the show’s title is somewhat clear on that. They were having some trouble communicating after all these years. Anyway, the show’s all cute and fine and makes a decent watch this winter.
CONTINUE WEEKLY (MEDIUM PRIORITY)
I’m MAK2.0 aka The Blue Hybrid and …. Well, I thought she was a guy as well. Second time this happened today.