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Ani-One Streams Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN OVA on YouTube

  • October 30, 2021
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Ani-One Streams Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN OVA on YouTube


Hong Kong content distributor MediaLink Entertainment Limited‘s Ani-One YouTube channel began streaming the Future GPX Cyber Formula Sin original video anime (OVA) on Friday.

VAP describes the OVA:

After Aoi Zip Formula was banned for one year from Cyber Formula racing due to cheating, Jotaro Kaga, alias Bleed Kaga, returns for the 17th Cyber Formula World Grand Prix. However his old car is no match for the returning champion Hayato Kazami, whose skill has improved tremendously, and his Nu-Asurada AKF-0. An old face, Kyoshiro Nagumo, appears suddenly to him and offers him the Ogre AN-21: a prototype to the Bio-Computer operated Al-Zard series created by the developers of the Asurada, and an ultimate racing machine that only a few can drive. Kaga must now master this car, confront his own inner demons and, most importantly, defeat his longtime rival Hayato in what is possibly Kaga’s last and greatest Cyber Formula season.

Ani-One began streaming the original Future GPX Cyber Formula television anime on September 29. The channel began streaming the Future GPX Cyber Formula 11 OVA on October 8. It began streaming the Future GPX Cyber Formula Zero OVA on October 15 and the Future GPX Cyber Formula Saga OVA on October 22.

Mitsuo Fukuda directed the series and is credited with the original story. Chiaki Morosawa wrote the scripts. Toshihiko Sahashi composed the music. Hajime Yatate is credited as the original creator. Sunrise and VAP produced the anime.

The original Future GPX Cyber Formula television anime aired in Japan in 1991. The anime was followed by four OVA beginning with Future GPX Cyber Formula 11 released in November 1992. Future GPX Cyber Formula Zero released in 1994, Future GPX Cyber Formula Saga in 1996, and Future GPX Cyber Formula Sin in 1998. A compilation OVA titled Future GPX Cyber Formula: Early Days Renewal debuted in 1996.

Source: Ani-One’s YouTube channel


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