BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! Anime Reveals Exciting Spinoff About Ave Mujica

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BanG Dream! It's MyGo!!!!! Anime Gets Sequel Anime (Credits: Crunchyroll)

The official Twitter account for the BanG Dream! project announced on September 14 the exciting news of a new sequel to the BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! anime series, titled BanG Dream! Ave Mujica. The upcoming anime will be about the Ave Mujica band. The announcement came along with the release of a promotional video. 

BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! originally premiered in Japan on Tokyo MX and the streaming service ABEMA, debuting with three episodes on June 29. ABEMA offered early streaming of episodes, beginning with the fourth installment. Crunchyroll also streamed the series as it aired.

The anime’s grand finale, the 13th episode, aired on September 14, marking the ending of this musical journey, but it’s nowhere near done. BanG Dream! is a Japanese multimedia franchise that has taken the anime and music scene by storm. With its blend of music, friendship, and a dash of mystery, it has created a fanbase worldwide. The bonds of friendship grow stronger as the band faces challenges and celebrates wins together.

Each character brings a unique flavor to the group, making them relatable and endearing to audiences of all ages, and we can’t wait to see what BanG Dream! Ave Mujica will bring. 

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BanG Dream! Ave Mujica: Staff, Cast

The Ave Mujica anime is directed by Koudai Kakimoto and produced by SANZIGEN. Yuniko Ayana supervised and wrote the scripts. The opening theme song, Hitoshizuku, and the ending theme song, Shiori (Bookmark), are performed by MyGo!!!!!. 

The cast includes the MyGo!!!!! band members, namely Hina Yomiya voicing Tomori Takamatsu, Rin Tateishi voicing Anon Chihaya, Hina Aoki voicing Rāna Kaname, Mika Kohinata voicing Soyo Nagasaki, and Koko Hayashi voicing Taki Shina. 

In the bustling city of Tokyo, where the neon lights and busy streets provide the setting for their adventures, five talented musicians come together to form a band known as “Poppin’Party.” As they work to make their mark in the music scene, the girls start a heartwarming quest filled with catchy melodies, meaningful lyrics, and limitless determination. 

BanG Dream! It's MyGo!!!!!
BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!! (Credits: IMDb)

This anime series strikes a chord with viewers as it revolves around the dreams and aspirations of a group of spirited high school girls who are united by their shared love for music. With its blend of slice-of-life elements, musical performances, and moments of personal growth, BanG Dream! is a series that anyone who has ever dared to chase their dreams can relate to. 

About the BanG Dream! Franchise 

This multimedia project, which originated in Japan, consists of various elements, including anime series, mobile games, live performances, and more, all centered around the theme of girls forming and nurturing their bands. 

At its core, the franchise includes different all-female bands, each with its unique style and charm. The franchise has introduced several bands, such as Poppin’Party, Afterglow, Roselia, and Pastel*Palettes, among others, each offering different music genres and personalities that a diverse audience can like. 

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A Still from Season 3 of the BanG Dream! Anime Series (Credits: Crunchyroll)

Aside from its anime series, the franchise also released a successful mobile game titled “BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!” Here, players can interact with their favorite characters, collect cards, and engage in rhythm-based gameplay featuring the songs from the series.

Moreover, live concerts featuring the bands from the series have been held, creating a real-world connection for fans to experience the music and energy of the groups like no other. BanG Dream!’s diverse cast of characters, catchy tunes, and heartfelt storytelling have made it a beloved and long-running part of the anime music world.

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