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The opening theme is "Love Shitai—!" while the ending theme is "Best FriendS", both by Manami Numakura, Chinatsu Akasaki, Inori Minase, Ayane Sakura and Yō Taichi.
The opening and ending themes are and "Best Friends", both by the lead cast: Manami Numakura, Chinatsu Akasaki, Inori Minase, Ayane Sakura and Yō Taichi.
An anime television series adaptation by Lerche aired in Japan between October 1, 2016 and December 17, 2016 and is being simulcast by Crunchyroll. The anime will be released across four Blu-ray & DVD volumes containing three episodes each. The opening theme is by Manami Numakura, while the ending theme is "Dreamcatcher" by Nano.
An anime television series adaptation by Diomedéa started airing on January 9, 2015. The opening theme is "Flying fafnir" , created and performed by trustrick, while the ending theme is "Ray of bullet" by Rina Hidaka and Manami Numakura voice actresses of anime heroines Iris Freyja and Mitsuki Mononobe respectively from episodes 1-12 though episode 12 was sung together with Hisako Kanemoto, Sora Tokui, Fumiko Uchimura and Ayane Sakura who are also voice actresses of Lisa Highwalker, Ariella Lu, Ren Miyazawa, and Tear Lightning respectively.
Like in the TV series, the original voice cast of the game reprised their roles in this film. The film's theme song is by Shiena Nishizawa. On International release appears as Ultimate Edition which completes to add more 13 additional scenes in its full movie adaptation, also released in June 23, 2018. The appearance of the film as that gives 125 minutes of film used by 20th Century Fox. The soundtrack music album "KanColle: The Movie: The Album" composed and performed by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk] featuring Laura Brehm and Manami Numakura applied to Ultimate Edition international release.
The anime's first opening theme song from episode 2 to 12 is "Ready!!" by 765PRO Allstars, the thirteen idols of 765 Production, sung by their voice actresses, Haruka Amami (Eriko Nakamura), Chihaya Kisaragi (Asami Imai), Yukiho Hagiwara (Azumi Asakura), Yayoi Takatsuki (Mayako Nigo), Ritsuko Akizuki (Naomi Wakabayashi), Azusa Miura (Chiaki Takahashi), Iori Minase (Rie Kugimiya), Makoto Kikuchi (Hiromi Hirata), Ami and Mami Futami (Asami Shimoda), Miki Hoshii (Akiko Hasegawa), Hibiki Ganaha (Manami Numakura) and Takane Shijō (Yumi Hara). From episode 14 to 26, the second opening theme song is "Change!!!!" by 765PRO Allstars. For the ending theme songs, each episode has a different song sung by the idols including songs from the games.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Madhouse aired in Japan between July 7, 2014 and September 22, 2014 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. The opening theme is by Team "Hanayamata" (Reina Ueda, Kaya Okuno, Minami Tanaka, Yuka Ōtsubo, and Manami Numakura), whilst the ending theme is by smileY inc. (composed of vocalist Yuka Ōtsubo and musician Yuuyu). The same ending theme is also performed by Team "Hanayamata" in the very last episode (episode 12). Furthermore, an insert song, by Need Cool Quality (Kaya Okuno, Yuki Wakai, Ayano Yamamoto and Maika Takai) is used in the first episode.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Diomedéa began airing on January 6, 2017. The series' opening theme is "Climbers' High!" by Manami Numakura who voices Tama, vocalist of the band Hedgehogs. The series' ending theme is "Watashi no Sekai" by Megumi Nakajima. For episode 6, the ending theme is by Saori Hayami. The anime wil run for 12 episodes and will be released across six BD/DVD volumes. Funimation has licensed the series in North America and is releasing a simuldub for the series. Songs in the anime are performed by My First Story's guitarist SHO, Ellegarden's drummer Hirotaka Takahashi, The Bonez's bassist T$UYO$HI and Takuro Iga, the series' music composer, playing the keyboard.
The opening theme is . For the first season, the main ending theme for episodes 1-23 is by Haruka (Eriko Nakamura), Makoto (Hiromi Hirata), Miki (Akiko Hasegawa) and Ritsuko (Naomi Wakabayashi), the ending theme for episodes 24-43 is "Today With Me" by Chihaya (Asami Imai), Yukiho (Azumi Asakura), Hibiki (Manami Numakura), Ami and Mami (Asami Shimoda), and the ending theme for episodes 44-63 is "Maybe Tomorrow" by Yayoi (Mayako Nigo), Takane (Yumi Hara), Azusa (Chiaki Takahashi) and Iori (Rie Kugimiya), and the ending theme for episodes 64 and OVA is "La♪La♪La♪Wonderland" by 765PRO ALLSTARS featuring Puchidol. For the second season, the first opening theme is by Yayoi, Iori, Hibiki, Ami, and Mami.
A CG rendered anime produced by Studio Sanzigen titled "Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova-", began airing on October 7, 2013. The opening theme song is "Savior of Song" performed by Nano and MY FIRST STORY, and the two ending theme songs are performed by Trident which is composed of Mai Fuchigami, Manami Numakura, and Hibiku Yamamura: "Blue Field (ブルー・フィールド)" and "Innocent Blue". The television series features an anime original ending that differs from the plot of the manga. The rerun of the series on TV during 2014 was accompanied by a tie-in series of comedy shorts titled Kiri-Kuma's (Fog Bears) featuring the Fog characters in bear form. The anime TV series has been licensed in North American by Discotek Media.
An anime adaptation by Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ was announced in Kadokawa's "Gundam Ace" magazine in October 2015. The anime is directed by Munenori Nawa written by Tatsuya Takahashi with character design by Takuya Tani. The anime was first released as a film, which received a limited two-week theatrical release starting on 5 December 2015, before airing as a television series on Tokyo MX between 8 January 2016 and 25 March 2016. The opening theme is "hopeness" by Zaq, while the ending theme song is performed by Sanae Fuku and Manami Numakura. The series is licensed in North America by Funimation, who simulcast the subtitled version as it aired and began streaming a broadcast dub version from 12 February 2016, and in Australia by Madman Entertainment, who are streaming the series on AnimeLab.
A 12-episode anime adaptation of the game animated by Bones aired on Tokyo MX between April 5 and June 21, 2015. The series is directed by Takahiro Ikezoe and written by Tōko Machida, with music composed by Yasuharu Takanashi, Funta7 and Rega Sound. The opening theme is and the ending theme is "Have a Nice Music!!", both performed by Plasmagica (Eri Inagawa, Sumire Uesaka, Manami Numakura, and Ayane Sakura). Shimomura of Sanrio commented that "Sanrio is targeting males who like anime and games, a demographic we haven't targeted up until now, in order to develop cross-media marketing through games, anime, and SNS." Eri Inagawa, Cyan's voice actress, commented that "This has been a long-awaited anime adaptation. I'm so happy I could cry." The series is licensed in North America by Funimation, who simulcast the series as it aired and began streaming a dubbed version from June 7, 2015. A short anime series titled "Show By Rock!! Short!!" aired from July 4 to September 19, 2016 and is also licensed by Funimation. A second season aired from October 2 to December 18, 2016.
The opening theme is . For the first season, the main ending theme for episodes 1-23 is by Haruka (Eriko Nakamura), Makoto (Hiromi Hirata), Miki (Akiko Hasegawa) and Ritsuko (Naomi Wakabayashi), the ending theme for episodes 24-43 is "Today With Me" by Chihaya (Asami Imai), Yukiho (Azumi Asakura), Hibiki (Manami Numakura), Ami and Mami (Asami Shimoda), and the ending theme for episodes 44-63 is "Maybe Tomorrow" by Yayoi (Mayako Nigo), Takane (Yumi Hara), Azusa (Chiaki Takahashi) and Iori (Rie Kugimiya), and the ending theme for episodes 64 and OVA is "La♪La♪La♪Wonderland" by 765PRO ALLSTARS featuring the Puchidols. For the second season, the first ending theme for episodes 1-13 and 15-25 is by Yayoi, Iori, Hibiki, Ami, and Mami, the second ending theme for episode 14 is by the Producer (Junji Majima), the third ending theme for episodes 26-50 is by Ritsuko, Makoto, Haruka and Chihaya, the fourth ending theme for episodes 51-73 is by Azusa, Takane, Yukiho and Miki, and the fifth ending theme for episodes 74 is by 765PRO ALLSTARS featuring the Puchidols.
"Show by Rock!!" is a television anime series produced by Bones based on the video game franchise created by Sanrio. The series follows a girl named Cyan who warps into a world filled with music, and joins the rock group Plasmagica to battle against evil. The series is directed by Takahiro Ikezoe and written by Tōko Machida, with music composed by Yasuharu Takanashi, Funta7 and Rega Sound. The original series aired in Japan between April 5 and June 21, 2015 and is licensed in North America by Funimation, who simulcast the series is aired and streamed a broadcast dub version from June 7, 2015. The opening theme is and the ending theme is "Have a Nice Music!!", both performed by Plasmagica (Eri Inagawa, Sumire Uesaka, Manami Numakura, and Ayane Sakura). A short series, "Show By Rock!! Short!!", aired between July 4 and September 19, 2016 and was also simulcast and dubbed by Funimation. The main theme is by Plasmagica. A second season, "Show By Rock!!#", began airing on October 2, 2016. The opening theme is while the ending theme is "My Song is YOU!!", both performed by Plasmagica.