When some anime studios do things, you pay more attention. One of those is Production I.G., which has come out wit ha new trailer today. Having done a TV series and OVA back in 2008 for Library War, they're getting closer to the release of the theatrical feature which adapts the final novel of the original series with Library War: The Wings of Revolution. The feature is set to debut in Japan on June 16th of this year and they've brought out a nearly two minute trailer for it. The original work is based on the light novels by Hiro Arikawa and Sukumo Adabana and the manga adaptation has been released by Viz Media in North America.
Franchise concept: Library War involves the Japanese government passing the Media Betterment Act (MBA) as law in 1989 which allows the censorship of any media deemed to be potentially harmful to Japanese society by deploying agents in the Media Betterment Committee (MBC) with the mandate to go after individuals and organizations that are trying to exercise the act of conducting freedom of expression activities in the media. However, local governments opposed to the Media Betterment Act establishes armed anti-MBA defense force units to protect libraries from being raided by MBC agents under the Freedom of the Libraries Law. The conflict between MBC agents and library soldiers has continued to 2019, when the story begins.