Everyone’s favorite comfort anime Laid-Back Camp is coming back with a new movie, and the anticipation for it is off the charts.
The anime became super popular in no time when it debuted, and its latest season 2 gave us a satisfactory end. However, that wasn’t enough for us, and demands for more content from the series began trending on the internet.
So obviously, the anime’s creators decided to bless us with a film.
Laid-Back Camp has revealed a new visual for the anime’s upcoming film Eiga Yurukyan (Laid-Back Camp Movie), slated to premiere on July 1, 2022.
This fire is ours, isn’t it?
Movie “Yurucamp △”
2022.7.1 (Friday) National Road Show
Main visual released
Five adults surround the fire as before
Mt. Fuji in the distance
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The visual features Nadeshiko, Rin, Chiaki, Aoi, and Ena around a bonfire at a camping site. It is drawn from a perspective that looks like Rin’s clicking a selfie of the group.
As told in the previous promotional media, the girls are now grown up and have jobs, but they still take time to relax and unwind with each other by camping. The visual gives a very comforting vibe as they all look content with warm drinks in their hand.
Moreover, the franchise has revealed a special gift for all the movie-goers. Everyone who watches the film in the theater will receive a particular volume 13.5 of the manga.
It is titled “Rin to Nadeshiko no Inagako Haru Camp” (Rin and Nadeshiko’s Spring Camp at Inaga Lake) and will be a new 24-page long manga by Afro. The manga will be available in a limited quantity and there will be a ‘memorial album’ based on the anime as well.
I can barely wait for one of my favorite anime to come back, that too with a timeskip.
The fact that they’re all grown up now makes me very emotional, but also, I’m looking forward to how their character has evolved.
About Laid-Back Camp
Laid-Back Camp is a Japanese manga series by Afro published in Houbunsha’s seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Forward from July 2015 to February 2019.
An anime television series adaptation by C-Station aired in Japan from January 4th to March 22, 2018. The anime was co-funded and licensed by Crunchyroll.
Additionally, a short anime, titled “Heya Camp,” aired from January 6th, 2020 to March 23rd, 2020. A live-action-drama series premiered in Japan on January 9th, 2020.
The anime series recently announced a second season set to premiere in January 2021, and the franchise also has a film in production.
Yuru Camp is an adorable Slice-of-Life anime that checks the boxes for fun, engaging, and entertaining.
The story is about a group of girls that are part of a camping club at their school and spend their breaks as a club exploring the wilderness.