Anime Total Eclipse has revealed its new creditless opening and ending theme animations. The new opening theme features Minami Kuribayashi’s single “Doubt the World” and the ending theme features new artists ayami with her debut single “Revise the World”. Both are upcoming for release on November 28th. Read on for more details on the creditless OP/ED videos.

Minami Kuribayashi provided the anime adaption Total Eclipse first ending theme with her 28th single “signs – Sakutsuki Hitoyo” and she provided insert song “True 4 Eyes” used in episode 4.

The new opening with “Doubt the World” and the new ending with “Revise the World” were previewed in re-cap episode 20 and should start airing with upcoming episode 21. More details and music video preview for Minami Kuribayashi’s single “Doubt the World” are available in a previous report.

Anime Total Eclipse (full title Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse) is adapted from a spin-off novel from adult PC game “Muv-Luv Alternative”. The story is set it an altered history where aliens called BETA have invaded earth and for the past 30 years have been wiping out humanity. As the BETA march on to Japan a group of rookie high school girls mount their mechanized Tactical Surface Fighters to protect their base.Three years later what remains of the of the TSF forces in a joint development project with the USA are in Alaska with hopes to develop the needed technology to fight the BETA before all of humanity is gone.

The anime began July 1st in Japan on TV Tokyo with 19 episodes aired so far. It streams same time (Sundays 10:30pm PDT) on Crunchyroll – check out the available episodes – hit the link for: Total Eclipse. Also check out Crunchyroll updates page for all the latest anime episodes being simulcast streamed.

Minami Kuribayashi “Doubt the World”


ayami “Revise the World”


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