The broadcast of the eighth episode of Isekai Ojisan TV anime has been postponed indefinitely due to an outbreak of COVID-19. The virus is affecting production in Japan. While the broadcast will be delayed, previous episodes of the anime will still air.
In the meantime, the television anime ‘Uncle From Another World’ will be streamed on Netflix. This is the first time an anime will be streamed in the West without a delay. ‘Isekai Ojisan’ is a fantasy show about a super-powered hero who gets into mischief. The first four episodes were delayed by the COVID infection and a two-week delay of the fifth episode was also due to the virus.
The original plan was for Ojisan to speak the alien language and communicate with the aliens. However, he was sold to a freak show for three bronze coins. However, Takafumi’s idea is to rewind Ojisan’s memory to 18 years ago. This will allow the Ojisan to visit an alternate world. As a result, Ojisan is mistaken for an Orc Variant and is attacked by a group of men. Sumika, meanwhile, hears a voice that she believes to be the voice of God.
After the episodes have been postponed, the next installment of Uncle From Another World will air on Netflix on August 18. The original release date was August 3, but it has been postponed due to the high incidence of COVID-19 in the animation facility.
Despite its postponement, the ‘Isekai Ojishan’ TV anime has been postponed several times. During the wait, the characters begin to talk to each other, and they bond. They also discuss how Mabel’s death traumatized Mable and how the ‘Isekai Ojai’ TV Anime Postponed’ has affected their friendship.
The broadcast of the ‘Isekai Oji-san’ TV anime has been delayed for the eighth episode. The first episodes were originally scheduled for July 6, but were postponed due to production issues. Episode eight will air on October 20.
The TV anime is based on the manga. The characters are a mix of dense and average people. The series creators tried to stay true to the manga, but some of the chapters were cut. Episode three should have featured Alicia’s introduction, but it was moved to Episode four. Furthermore, the manga’s earlier comedic pacing made it hard to recreate in the anime. It also made it difficult to incorporate cultural references.