A sequel project for Frame Arms Girl was revealed back in March 2018 and we learned last summer that the project is a feature film. Arriving this past summer with a June 29th, 2019 debut in Japan under the name Frame Arms Girl: Kyakkyau Fufu na Wonderland, the compilation film has now set a US premiere. Kotobukiya has revealed that it’ll be screen during NYCC on October 5th with their staff and others talking about the project in addition to the showing.
The first season was directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi based on the series composition by Deko Akao. Kosuke Kawamura handled the character designs and served as the chief animation director with ZEXCS producing the animation.
The Japanese cast includes Narumi Kaho as Gōrai, Yōko Hikasa as Ao Gennai, Erii Yamazaki as Materia Black and Materia White, Hibiku Yamamura as Architect, Kanomi Izawa as Bukiko Kotobuki, Minami Kabayama as Jinrai, Rika Abe as Hresvelgr, Rika Nagae as Baselard, and Yuu Ayase as Stylet.
Property Concept: The story begins when Ao opens a package that arrives at her doorstep. Inside the package is Gourai, a Frame Arms Girl: a small robot capable of independent movement. Gourai is a newly-developed prototype: a Frame Arms Girl equipped with an “Artificial Self,” an advanced AI that gives her a personality. Ao is the only one that has activated her. Gourai begins to gather both battle data and emotions, starting a day-to-day life with Ao, who knows nothing about Frame Arms Girls.