This is news that many fans have been hoping for for a long time. Dreamland, edited and published by Pika Édition, created by Reno Lemaire, will have its animated adaptation.
It’s late yesterday that the streaming platform Anime Digital Network shook the French otaku twittosphere. Indeed, at 7 p.m., DNApublishes a tweet announcing that the French manga Dreamland, which to date has 20 volumes, will benefit from an animated adaptation. On this occasion, a first video was also shared to indicate the official release of the first trailer.
From June 13, the platform had fun teasing an upcoming novelty on social networks by publishing a first video where we easily guess the famous place of comedy in Montpellier. It was enough for fans to make the connection very quickly, the place being an important place in Dreamland.
Dreamland: An Animated Adaptation Finally Announced
Published since 2006 by the publishing house Pika Édition, fans of Dreamland have been clamoring for an anime adaptation. However, the only French manga that had this kind of adaptation was Radiant, Ankama having animation studios in Japan. The French manga is therefore taking on a monster scale, allowing it to rise alongside its Japanese colleague. For now, we do not know anything about the release date of this adaptation. Nevertheless, DNA has made an appointment with fans on June 20 for new revelations.