3-Seconds Later, A Wild Beast. will win anime by AnimeFesta

A romance among teenagers, follows a girl with trauma from aggressive men, but meets a guy who seems calm but can change his behavior at any time
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AnimeFesta has just revealed in its account on Twitter that it will adapt the work created by Coa Momose, 3-byo Ato, Yajū.: Suma ni Ita Kare wa Midara's Gōkon at Nikushoku Deshita (3-Seconds Later, A Wild Beast.: The Man in the Corner at the Mixer Was Indecently Carnivorous). Other information such as staff and cast as well as release date will be revealed in the future.

The original story is a teenage romance, and follows Tsumugi, a college student who is traumatized by an aggressive man from the past. One day she meets Kaname in an app she used to find men specifically of the non-aggressive "herbivore" type. She and Kaname get along well, and Kaname looks a bit like Tsumugi's older brother, so she lets her guard down next to him. Kaname, however, pretends to be a "herbivore" type man, but is actually an aggressive "carnivore" type man, and he can change his behavior in an instant.

AnimeFesta, formerly known as ComicFesta Anime and Anime Zone, produces works with adult content, usually in two versions, and 3- byo Ato, Yajū.: Gōkon by Suma ni Ita Kare wa Midara na Nikushoku Deshita (3-Seconds Later, A Wild Beast.: The Man in the Corner at the Mixer Was Indecently Carnivorous) will certainly be adapted in this way, winning the "standard version" which is broadcast on television, and a "premium version" with explicit scenes, focused on adults and which are broadcast directly on the AnimeFesta website.

AnimeParty's last anime was Showtime! ~Uta no O-nee-san Datte Shitai~ (Even the Songstress Wants to Do It) which aired on October 3rd.

Source: Twitter
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