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Kickstarter-Funded Anime MECHA-UDE’s Pilot Debuts Online


Animator Sae Okamoto took original anime MECHA-UDE to Kickstarter back in 2016, and the project went on to succeed to the tune of $67,918 and 999 backers. Now the pilot is finally here, and Reina Scully has the episode up in both Japanese with subtitles and in English-dubbed form on her YouTube channel for the next month.

Check it out with subtitles:

And in English:

As a bonus, Scully uploaded a behind-the-scenes video about what it’s like to produce anime in Japan.


“ARMS (arms)” which is a resistance organization of the Kagami Group. There was a series of incidents in which only Mekaude use was targeted there, and that Mekaude was robbed. If you do not recover the pulled-out Mekaode, the human will die.

Arma, who is being targeted by the Kagami Group, and Mekaude, “Aki,” who belongs to ARMS to escort them. She felt the shadow of Mekaude, the former nephew, in this incident. In order to confirm the truth, Aki ignores the advice of his boss and embarks on an investigation. Hikaru and Alma who are put together and rolled up.

Aki, who is not good at being small and difficult, chooses a method to question questions from the side of Mekaude, who hides in the city. With disgusting Hikaru and Alma Aki will leave for a formidable investigation tonight.

Source: Reina Scully’s YouTube channel