MD: Despite Prince Wu’s obnoxiousness and arrogance, he’s a good guy underneath. We wrote him to be goofy and to annoy Mako, but when he has his breakdown on the fake thrown in the restaurant in episode three, he showed his vulnerable side, and his character gained some more depth. It’s always fun to write for characters like this, who don’t have any social filters and say and do whatever they like.

BK: As you can see above, Prince Wu went through a lot of version in the concept stage. In most of them he seemed too cool, even if it was a dorky sort of cool. I kept pushing to make him more feeble, with less of a chiseled jawline. Prince Wu concept on far left by Lauren Montgomery. Other Prince Wu concepts by Ki-Hyun Ryu.

Kyoto Animation began streaming an English-subtitled commercial on Wednesday for the studios’ upcoming event which is scheduled for October 31/November 1. The commercial features Tamako Kitashirakawa from Tamako Market, Kumiko Oumae from Sound! Euphonium, Rikka Takanashi from Chuunibyou demo Koi ……

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