Mashable has reported that the popularity of the Shinsenkou (Shinsenguman) anime is at its lowest point since 2008.
As a result, the anime face company’s revenues are down by 60%.
ShinsenKou is a series of five video game franchises developed by a Japanese animation studio called Shinko.
The Shinsens were created by Shinku Takahashi, a Japanese director known for the likes of the Gundam franchise and Sword Art Online.
The franchise was revived in 2017 after Takahara passed away.
Shinsens anime faces are made with special animation and CG, and the studio’s main mascot is a giant bird called Shinsenger.
The company’s stock was up more than 10% on the day of the report, but fell a little more than 6% after the report.
The stock fell as much as 4% after trading was suspended.
Shinsenos stock was trading down as low as 7.5% in Tokyo on Friday.