Studio Trigger Celebrates Anniversary With Iconic Anime Shows
Japanese animation production studio Trigger Inc., better known as Studio TRIGGER, has released a 10 anniversary reel on their official YouTube channel. The studio was founded exactly 10 years ago, on August 22, 2011, by the ex Gainax co. employee Hiroyuki Imaishi, after her success with the epic and epic Saturday morning cartoon-style mecha anime Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (2007).
Some of Studio Trigger’s most famous original anime include popular titles like Kill La Kill (2013), Kiznaiver (2016), Little Witches Academy (2017), Darling in the FranXX (2018), and Promare (2019).
The celebration video, unsurprisingly, carries the qualities of the best-fitted AMV type (animated clip). It opens with a plan of SSSS.Dynazenon (2021) and revisits all of the studio’s most important works. It’s an epic set of quick cuts, smooth transitions, and expertly punctuated sound effects, which masterfully combines snippets from all of Studio TRIGGER’s anime. Particularly cool is the shattering cut of the many examples of the famous Installation of Gainax. At the end of the one minute and forty second video, TRIGGER leaves us these words: âSee You Next TRIGGER Animationâ.
In addition to the video, TRIGGER posted a heartfelt message to his fans:
âStudio TRIGGER will be 10 years old on August 22, 2021. This was not possible without the support of our loyal fans. We really can’t thank you enough. The world went through a series of unimaginable events 10 years ago. Even now the world is still in a very difficult situation. Although we cannot improve the situation physically, we hope that our animation will bring fun and joy to everyone, even if only in a modest way. With your continued support, TRIGGER will continue to fire animated bullets for the foreseeable future. ”
If you would like to support the future work of TRIGGER, their Patreon is available on the The Studio’s Twitter account.
As for their upcoming animations, Studio Trigger revealed they are involved in Disney + Star Wars: Visions which will begin streaming on September 22, and Netflix Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, which premieres next year.
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