Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Anime Director To Launch Crowdfunding Campaign For New Show.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Anime Director To Launch Crowdfunding Campaign For New Show.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood director ,Yasuhiro Irie, to launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to adapt his Halloween Pajama Manga to an anime television series.

Irie debuted the manga series in 2013, and now he's planning to adapt the series into a 20-minute musical anime show will be based on the author's "Halloween Pajama in Seattle: The Dream Catcher," manga chapter which was released in August 2017.





Irie seeking to raise about US$178,600. The production is expected to finish in December 2018.


When 10 year old Jackie O'Wisp dreams, she encounters the strangest type of people. She comes to find out that those people are wandering ghosts, still with attachments to this world who can't go to heaven. In her alter ego, Halloween Pajama, she helps see the ghosts on their way to heaven. Jackie O'Wisp eventually learns that the devil exists in the depths of the dream world, a devil which she will confront. But will she be able to overcome it?

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