Sentai Acquire the ‘Ane Log’ OVA Collection for International Markets

Originally bundled together with special editions of the manga in Japan, US-based anime publisher Sentai has confirmed they hold the rights to the Ane Log OVA Collection. The collection of three episodes are based on the original comedy manga written and illustrated by Kenji Taguchi. There is, sadly, no point in looking at your nearest bookstore for a copy, as it never appears to have received an official English localisation.

The episodes will be made available digitally and/or physically in the following regions soon: United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Latin America.

The Ane Log OVA is produced by Studio Brain’s Base (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, One Week Friends, My Little Monster) and is directed by Tetsuo Ichimura (episode director for High School of the Dead, Bleach, Durarara!!) with series composition from Natsuko Takahashi (Cutie Honey Universe, My Love Story!!, Love and Lies).

The Japanese voice cast features the talents of Ami Koshimizu (Maoyu ~ Archenemy & Hero, Sailor Moon Crystal, Maria Watches Over Us) as Moyako Konoe, Takahiro Mizushima (Kokoro Connect, Mysterious Girlfriend X, Charlotte) as Akira Konoe and Satomi Akesaka (Akame ga Kill!, Wake Up, Girls!, Girls Beyond the Wasteland) as Kasumi Kurose.

About Ane Log OVA Collection

Kids say the darndest things, and in Moyako’s opinion, her brother says the strangest things of all! An innocent childhood declaration that he’d one day marry her has convinced Moyako that her brother will grow up to be a total perv, and now she reads the worst into their every interaction. Surely it’s a big sister’s job to rehabilitate her little brother, right? Only Moyako might not be up to the task, because she’s the one turning otherwise innocent situations into perverted scenarios!

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