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Crunchyroll to Stream Trinity Seven: Eternity Library & Alchemic Girl Film

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    Media distribution service Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that it will stream Trinity Seven: Eternal Library & Alchemic Girl (Gekijōban Trinity Seven - Yūkyū Toshokan to Renkinjutsu Shōjo), the film of Kenji Saito and Akinari Nao's Trinity Seven - The Seven Magicians manga. The stream will premiere 1:00 a.m. Thursday night (effectively Friday morning). The territories have not yet been announced.

    The film opened in Japan on February 25.
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    Crunchyroll describes the story:
    One day Arata Kasuga, the demon lord candidate who possesses the "demon lord element," casually touches Lilith Asami's grimoire, the Hermes Apocrypha. At that moment, he's suddenly surrounded by by light, and a mysterious young girl shows up in front of him. He gives her the name Lilim, and she becomes attached to Arata and Lilith as her mother and father. But in the same moment she appeared, something in their world changed... The forbidden "Eternal Library" has awakened. Sealed within it is the ultimate product of alchemy, a human creation called the "White Demon Lord." The White Demon Lord plans to take out Arata and the Trinity Seven so that he can become the true demon lord. Arata and his companions must face a power greater than any they've ever seen, one that threatens to destroy the world. Can Arata and the Trinity Seven protect the world? Their final battle now begins!

    The staff members from the manga's television anime adaptation are all returning for the film. The cast adds Rina Hidaka as Lilim, Nobunaga Shimazaki as Last Trinity, M.A.O as Anastasia L, and Yoshino Nanjō as Master Akasha.

    Saito and Nao launched the manga in Kadokawa's (Fujimi Shobo's) Monthly Dragon Age magazine in 2011, and Kadokawa released the 16th compiled volume on February 9. Yen Press is publishing the original manga in English.

    The 12-episode television anime series premiered in October 2014, and Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. Sentai Filmworks released the series with an English dub on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on August 16.​
     

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