The sports anime of MAPPA about water polo and the journey of former player Minato Kiyomizu to get back on the game after an unfortunate accident currently forms part of the summer slate. It already secured a lot of viewers. But, like any other show, is Re-Main based on a manga or a light novel? If so, is it already complete, finished, or ongoing?
Re-Main’s story follows Minato Kiyomizu who got caught in an unfortunate accident during winter while he was in his third year in middle school. This put him in a coma for 203 days and when he regained consciousness, he was surprised that he lost three years of his memories. He catches up on what he lost and despite having no memories of his skills on water polo, he remained interested in it, even deciding to join the team of his current school.
Re-Main and all its 12 episodes officially stream on Funimation with English subtitles in their streaming platform known for giving their premium access subscribers the privilege of an earlier screening of the episodes of the anime shows for the price of $5.99 per month or $59.99 a year. The episodes get out for free the following week. No news yet as to the English dubbed version of the show.
More often than not, an anime television series is based on a manga or a light novel series. However, Re-Main is an original anime television series, there is no light novel or manga it is based on, though there are times that the show comes first and an adaptation on print happens subsequently. As for Re-Main, it has yet to have a print version.
For now, it is only limited to television series. It neither has a manga or a light novel. MAPPA produced the series and it forms part of the summer anime slate.