Oblivion Battery anime trailer out now, premieres April 9th!

 Kadokawa releases new promotional videos for Oblivion Battery anime

Over the weekend, Kadokawa unveiled two new promotional videos for the upcoming television anime adaptation of Eko Mikawa’s popular baseball manga, Oblivion Battery (Bōkyaku Battery). The first video showcases the anime’s opening theme song, “Lilac,” which is performed by the talented band, Mrs. Green Apple. The video also reveals that the eagerly anticipated anime series will premiere on April 9th, much to the excitement of fans.

TVアニメ『忘却バッテリー』メインPV|オープニング・テーマ:Mrs. GREEN APPLE 「ライラック」|“Oblivion Battery” Main Trailer w/ OP Theme


Oblivion Battery follows the story of a group of former baseball players who are brought back together by fate when they enroll in the same university. Despite the fact that the university lacks a baseball team, the group comes together once again to revive their passion for the sport. United by their love of the game, they form a team and start playing once again, reigniting the competitive spirit that had once defined their lives. As they work together to overcome various challenges, the group discovers that their shared love for baseball is stronger than ever before.

Oblivion Battery

Original story: Eko Mikawa (serialized in Shueisha’s “Shonen Jump +”)

Match Production: Eimitsu Takashima

Director: Masato Nakazono

Character Design: Hitomi Hasegawa

Music: Tomoki Kikutani / Hiroko Yamazaki

Sound Director: Yasushi Nagura

Sound effects: Takuya Hasegawa

Production: MAPPA


Additionally, the second promotional video for Oblivion Battery anime was recently released, featuring a preview of the ending theme song, “Wasurena Uta,” by Macaroni Enpitsu. Fans of the series can now look forward to experiencing both the captivating opening and the emotional ending themes when the anime premieres on April 9th.


Fans of Eko Mikawa’s popular baseball manga, Oblivion Battery, can rejoice as the eagerly anticipated anime adaptation is set to arrive on screens on April 9th. The series follows the journey of a group of former baseball players who reunite through fate and form a team to reignite their love for the sport. The new promotional videos reveal the anime’s opening and ending themes, “Lilac” by Mrs. Green Apple and “Wasurena Uta” by Macaroni Enpitsu, respectively. With talented professionals such as director Masato Nakazono and production studio MAPPA behind it, the anime adaptation is sure to be a hit among fans of the genre.