Studio KAI, who has produced Super Cub and Uma Musume: Pretty Derby, will produce the Fuuto PI anime series, set to begin in Summer 2022.
In issue 35 of Weekly Big Comic Spirits magazine, Studio KAI was announced to produce the Fuuto PI anime. The anime, starting in Summer 2022, is an adaptation of the manga of the same name and will be the first anime adaptation for the Kamen Rider franchise.
Studio KAI, known for producing anime series such as Super Cub and Uma Musume: Pretty Derby, produced the image board shown above, making use of Kamen Rider W’s signature colors of green and purple.
The studio comments:
“It is such an honor to adapt the popular Fuuto PI manga into an anime, and for the Kamen Rider series 50th anniversary. All of the staff will do our very best to meet the expectations of fans around the world. We will work hard to leave out none of the charm in the anime.”
Fuuto PI is the manga sequel to 2009-2010’s Kamen Rider W series, continuing the adventures of detective protagonists Shotaro Hidari and Philip as they protect the city of Fuuto as Kamen Rider W. The manga is currently being serialized in Weekly Big Comic Spirits magazine. Volume 11 of the manga will go on sale August 30.
The anime will begin in summer 2022 and will be available in North America on Funimation’s streaming platform.
Source: Official Kamen Rider Homepage
EDIT: This article originally mistakenly listed the anime Super Cub as Super Cab. The correction has been made accordingly.