Japanese manga news website, Comic Natalie, has reported that Tetsuya Imai’s fantasy manga about a group of young girls who can turn imagination into reality, Alice to Zouroku, is getting itself a TV anime adaptation, which is slated for 2017.
The manga, which already won several awards back in Japan, follows a group of young girls who have a power called “Alice’s Dream”, which can turn what they are imagining into reality. However, they are all held captive as research subjects in an institution. One of these girls, Sana, is a particularly powerful one, and she manages to escape the facility, and meets an old man named Zouroku, whose everyday life has been disrupted by Sana’s arrival.
More announcements about this upcoming anime will be made in the days to come.
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Source: Comic Natalie
[NEW ANIME] Fantasy manga Alice to Zouroku gets TV anime adaptation