The Los Angeles Chargers shamelessly went the identical route they took in 2022: releasing their 2023 schedule on Thursday evening with an over two-minute Japanese animation fashion video.
Of their mini animation movie titled Schedule Launch II, a catchy rock music with Japanese lyrics begins to play. As animated soccer gamers fly by means of the air, they’re awaited by a manga model of star Justin Herbert. The franchise QB busts out his robotic arm and begins to shoots an electrical present towards his foes.
The video then goes week-through-week beginning with the Dolphins, and a vaping mastermind, clearly meant to signify head coach Mike McDaniel. Week 2 then reveals Tennessee charging their robotic star working again Derrick Henry.
Week 5 then pans to their bye week, because the group’s animate characters peacefully fishes from a creek. Then ultimately attending to week 13, the place an evil mastermind Invoice Belichick, donning his iconic grey hoodie, analyzes a lair filled with TVs.
It is the Chargers second time doing an anime video
If it is not damaged, why repair it? The sequel of the Chargers’ content material group, which operates a complete Pacific Ocean away from Japan, fueled the magic of anime to the delight of all NFL followers.
The animation and refined shade at different groups took the video to a different stage. Even hinting on the Zach Wilson scandal with the (now) backup QB strolling by means of Instances Sq. with a “Single Cougars in Your Space” billboard within the background.
“Ought to we REALLY make our schedule launch video an anime AGAIN?”, the group requested. Effectively, the reply is YES.