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HiDive have 2 new announcements

HiDive have 2 new announcements
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995 and works in and around the anime industry.


Streaming site Hidive has announced 2 new acquisitions for your approval! 

The first is Rocket Girls by Sentail Filmworks.

Synopsis:

Yukari Morita’s father disappeared years ago, but she’s determined to find him even if that means traveling all the way to the Solomon Islands. Meanwhile, the Solomon Space Association has a big problem. Their rockets can't take astronauts into space. When Yukari’s path crosses with the SSA director, who realizes she’s small enough to handle an old rocket’s weight requirements, he offers her the deal of allowing the SSA to help her find her father if she becomes an astronaut.

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Secondly, we have Just Because!, a teen drama that found much popularity when launched in 2017.

Synopsis:

For a group of high school seniors, a chance reunion with a transfer student will change the course of their final year. Eita Izumi has come back to his hometown after four years and encounters some unlikely acquaintances: Haruto Soma, Eita’s childhood friend; Ena Komiya, the photography student who witnesses Eita and Haruto's reunion; Mio Natsume, whose feelings for her middle school crush still linger; and Hazuki Morikawa, a girl who seems uninterested in romantic relationships.

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