Manga Productions reveals the poster of the Saudi anime "Future's Folktales 2" in Tokyo

السبت - 23 مارس 2024

Sat - 23 Mar 2024

In conjunction with AnimeJapan event in Tokyo, Manga Productions unveiled the Arabic and Japanese posters for the second season of the Saudi anime series "Future’s Folktales 2".

The second season is set to take place in the industrial city of Neom, specifically in "Oxagon" district, which is the largest floating industrial hub in the world.

It's worth mentioning that the second season of the series is expected to be released in the last quarter of this year, following the success of the first season, which garnered over 100 million worldwide views.

The series "Future’s Folktales 2"was produced in collaboration with the renowned Japanese studio "Toei Animation" which has created many iconic works, including One Piece and Dragon Ball.

Manga Productions participated in AnimeJapan exhibition in Tokyo, which is considered one of the most important and renowned anime events worldwide.

The exhibition takes place at the Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Center since its establishment in March 2014. The exhibition attracts over two hundred thousand daily visitors from anime fans around the world.

This year marks the first year for the exhibition to be held physically after the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, following a 4-year hiatus. Furthermore, Manga Productions participated in AnimeJapan 2024 event for 4 days, including both public and business days.

The CEO of Manga Productions, Dr. Essam Bukhary, stated, "We are proud of this interest and appreciation from the Japanese and global public, as well as companies in the content sectors, for Manga Productions' pioneering experience in delivering Saudi works and creativity to international markets and building successful partnerships in areas of joint production, content distribution and licensing, and game publishing, especially with the developmental momentum and economic growth currently being witnessed in the Kingdom.

This creates tremendous opportunities for Japanese and global companies in Saudi Arabia."

Ms. Daliyah Abuabah, the Acting Manager of Public Relations and Communications at Manga Productions, said, "By participating in AnimeJapan 2024, Manga Productions reaffirms its commitment to cultural exchange and building connections through creative content.

We are proud of our team at Manga Productions for showcasing Saudi achievements in anime at this exhibition. This is an important step in boosting the Kingdom's position in this field”.

It is worth mentioning that "Manga Productions" is one of the leading companies in the field of creative content in the Middle East. The company has produced an anime film titled "The Journey" which is currently being shown on over 52 platforms worldwide in six international languages.

The company has recently announced several global licensing and distribution agreements in the entertainment sector, such as "Grendizer U" and "Captain Tsubasa: Junior Youth Arc" in addition to “UFO Robot Grendizer: The Feast of the Wolves” and "Smurfs Kart" video games, among other works that have contributed to renewing the Arab entertainment scene on a global level.