CLAMP fans, we're getting a Tokyo Babylon anime next year! https://t.co/ZJBDfh2xMX— Anime News Network (@Anime) October 25, 2020
Acclaimed mangaka group, CLAMP, has announced that a new iteration of their famous manga, Tokyo Babylon, will air sometime next year.
The studio GoHands (K) is producing the "brand-new anime set in Tokyo in 2021." The tragic story follows Subaru, Seishiro and Hokuto, who practice the arts of the onmyoji - Japan's legendary occultists -. The two most powerful onmyoji are in the unlikely guises of handsome veterinarian, Seishiro, and the teenage heir to the ancient Sumeragi clan, Subaru.
CLAMP originally serialized the series in Shinshokan's South and Monthly Wings magazines from 1990 to 1993, inspiring 2 original video anime episodes, 3 live-action music videos and a live-action film in 1993. The lead character Subaru Sumeragi would later appear in CLAMP's X manga and its anime adaptations.