Tesla Note is a Japanese manga series illustrated by Kouta Sannomiya and written by Tadayoshi Kubo and Masafumi Nishida. Before it was serialized in Magazine Pocket, it was released in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine. Gambit decided to animate the series to have an anime adaptation.
The story focuses on Botan and friends who are trying their best to complete a mission called "Mission T". It is a secret espionage war to acquire the "Shards of Tesla". The person or team who gets the shards will automatically win the war and can save or destroy the world.
Tesla Note Episode 1 Release Date and Time, COUNTDOWN, Where to Watch, News, and Everything You Need to Know
The premiere date of Tesla Note is October 3rd. The action and sci-fi anime will be available on Funimation. The series will have 12 episodes that will be released until December 19th. Japanese fans can follow the series on BS11 and Tokyo MX.
Despite Funimation being known to release English dubbed anime, there is still no news when the English dubbed version of Tesla Note will be released. The good news is that interested viewers can check the series for free as the platform offers a free trial period for first-time viewers.
About Tesla Note
The objective of Mission T is to prevent the end of the world. This operation requires workers who underwent training to become warriors. Botan Negoro, the protagonist, was raised to be a ninja trainer but was turned into a spy. She worked with Kuruma and their goal is to recover Nikola Tesla's Shards of Tesla.
Everyone seemed to be after the same shards which make the story intriguing. Fans will anticipate who will get the treasure as everyone wanted to get the shards for their personal interest. The shards are the key to developing a new planet and other spies are after it to fully destroy the world. Mission T, which comprise of Botan and other trained spies, will do whatever they can to get the shards before these evildoers.
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Tesla Note Episode 1 Countdown