The official website for GoHands, Frontier Works, and Kadokawa‘s original television anime series Hand Shakers revealed on Sunday that the anime will get a stage play adaptation. The play will run at the CBGK Shibugeki!! theater in Shibuya, Tokyo from January 24 to 28, 2018. Takehiro Yoshida is directing the play and writing the script, and ILLUMINUS is in charge of production and planning. As with the anime, GOON TRAX is handling the music.
The anime premiered in Japan on January 10. Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles as it aired in Japan, and Funimation streamed English-dubbed episodes. The anime will get an “extra disc” that will contain an unaired 13th episode on July 26 focusing on Koyori and Makihara’s past.
Crunchyroll describes the series:
Tazuna is a high school student, living in Osaka, who loves to fiddle around with machines. One day, he receives a repair request from an university laboratory. He accepts the request and ends up meeting a girl named Koyori, who has been bedridden for a very long time. Guided by something unknown, Tazuna touches Koyori’s fingertip, and they create a weapon called “Nimrod”. After creating the Nimrod, Tazuna hears a voice: