Spring 2021

Aria the Crepuscolo

Aria the Crepuscolo 2021

J.C.Staff
? episodes · Movie Completed ARIA The CREPUSCOLO
7.30

Neo-Venezia. Anya, from Orange Planet. Her senior Alice and Athena haven’t seen each other. With Ai and Azusa’s help. Alice and Athena to get together. Anya learns of a situation that only she can see.

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Aria the Crepuscolo Movie 2021

Before jumping to the movie Aria the Crepuscolo, here is the synopsis of the manga Aria:

Aria was first published in English by ADV Manga, who released 3 volumes from April 1 to November 1, 2004, before dropping the license. TokyoPop republished the series and released 6 volumes from January 8, 2008, to December 28, 2010, before publication was discontinued. It was also published in Spanish by Ivrea España from July 2006 to April 2010.

The season is fall and the city of Neo-Venezia is covered in fallen leaves. Something is bothering Anya, who works at Orange Planet. Her senior colleagues Alice and Athena haven’t seen each other due to their busy schedules, which is making Athena feel sad. But for some reason, Alice seems to be avoiding her altogether.
With her friends Ai and Azusa’s help, Anya tries to find a definitive way for Alice and Athena to get together. But during this time, Anya learns of a situation that only she can see because of where she stands.

Aqua and Aria, the manga series were written by Kozue Amano, has been adapted into a multitude of different animated media. Hal Film Maker produced the first season, Aria the Animation, which was broadcast in autumn 2005 and followed with a second season, Aria the Natural, the following year in spring 2006.

In September of 2007, they released an OVA titled Aria the OVA: Arietta which led to the release of the third season, Aria the Origination, in early 2008. For the series’ 10th anniversary TYO Animations (a company made from the merging of Hal Film Maker and Yumeta Company) produced an OVA series, Aria the Avvenire, which ran through 2015 & 2016.

In spring 2021, J.C.Staff released Aria the Crepuscolo, an animated feature film that celebrated the series’ 15th anniversary, and announced a sequel film, Aria the Benedizione, which is set to release in winter 2021.

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All We Know About the Movie Aria the Crepuscolo so far:

ARIA The CREPUSCOLO is a brand new animated film that revolves around the members of Orange Planet. A brand new original story was written and illustrated by Kozue Amano specifically for the movie.

The season is autumn and the city of Neo-Venezia is covered in fallen leaves. Something is bothering Anya, who works at Orange Planet. Her senior colleagues Alice and Athena haven’t seen each other due to their busy schedules, which is making Athena feel sad. But for some reason, Alice seems to be avoiding her altogether.

With her friends Ai and Azusa’s help, Anya tries to find a definitive way for Alice and Athena to get together. But during this time, Anya learns of a situation that only she can see because of where she stands.

The Blu-ray of “ARIA The CREPUSCOLO” is priced at 9,900 JPY (tax included) and it will be released on August 18, 2021.

(C) 2020 Amano Kozue/ Mag Garden, ARIA Company

The film “ARIA The CREPUSCOLO” from the anime “ARIA” series will be releasing a Blu-ray on August 18, 2021. The commentary videos of Hirohashi Ryou (voice of Alice), Satou Rina (voice of Athena), and Kayano Ai (voice of Anya) have been released.

Muse Asia previously announced that the film would have in-person screenings from June 26 at the Golden Village cinemas in Singapore. The film first opened in Japan on March 5 and was announced to be slated for release in Malaysia and Brunei as well.

Junichi Satō (A Whisker Away), who directed all previous seasons of ARIA, returned as chief director and scriptwriter, while Takahiro Notori, who was previously the episode director and storyboarder, directed the movie at J.C.Staff. Yoko Ito (Skate-Leading Stars) served as character designer and chief animation director, while Choro Club and Takeshi Senoo composed the music. Shochiku is producing the film, and Shochiku ODS Jigyou-shitsu is distributing it.

The cast includes Ryou Hirohashi (My Hero Academia series) as Alice Caroll, Rina Satou (A Certain Scientific Railgun series, A Certain Magical Index series) as Athena Glory (a role formerly played by the late Tomoko Kawakami), Ai Kayano (Sword Art OnlineAlicization –

Aria the Crepuscolo

Aria the Crepuscolo

The stage greeting event commemorating the premiere of Aria the Crepuscolo anime film announced a new anime titled Aria the Benedizione on Friday. The new anime marks the third and final installment in the Ao no Curtain Call (Blue Curtain Call) trilogy, following Aria the Avvenire and Aria the Crepuscolo.

Takahiro Natori (Aria the Avvenire assistant director) helmed the film at J.C.Staff, with chief director and scriptwriter Junichi Satou (Aria the Animation). Youko Itou (Amanchu!) served as both the character designer and chief animation director. The film commemorated the television anime’s 15th anniversary.

The anime series adapts Kozue Amano‘s sci-fi slice of life manga, which originally began in Enix’s Monthly Stencil as Aqua in January 2001. The manga switched to Comic Blade with the new title Aria the following February. Mag Garden published the manga in 14 compiled volumes, selling a cumulative 4.2 million copies.

Hal Film Maker adapted the manga into three anime seasons and original video animation in Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2007, and Winter 2008. TYO Animations produced the Aria the Avvenire special in September 2015.

ADV Manga published the first three volumes of Aria in English in 2004 before dropping the license. Tokyopop acquired the license for both Aqua and Aria in 2006 and 2007 and released eight volumes in total before discontinuing its publication in 2010.

The company began publishing a collector’s edition of two-in-one omnibuses in March 2019 and shipped the seventh and final omnibus volume last December. The manga has also been published in multiple foreign languages.

Right Stuf Inc. licensed the anime series under its Nozomi Entertainment label in North America in 2008 and released the first season on DVD in September that year. The second season shipped in two DVD volumes the following January and March.

The third season, including the original video animation, was released in March 2010. The company ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to English dub all the anime installments in 2017 and released the first three anime series on Blu-ray between March and June last year.

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My Hero Academia Season 5

Bones
25 episodes · TV Completed My Hero Academia Season 5, My Hero Academia 5, 僕のヒーローアカデミア
7.49

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My Hero Academia Season 5

About the anime series My Hero Academia (Boku No Hero Academia):

The cumulative worldwide circulation of the comic series has exceeded 50 million! TV anime “My Hero Academia” is based on the popular comic book written by Kohei Horikoshi, which was published by Shueisha. The stage is a world where about 80% of the total population has some kind of supernatural ability “individuality” or “quirks”.

The story is about the growth of the popular high school student Izuku Midoriya and his classmates “The Big 3” who attend Yuei school intending to become superheroes who protect people and society from bad accidents, disasters, villains, and enemies who abuse their  “individuality” to destroy the world and other heroes.

The famous story of battle and friendship unfolds! 

Season 4 of My Hero Academia wrapped up exactly a year ago and four months, and ever since fans have been anxious to see how the anime series follows up their biggest and most mature season yet. My Hero Academia (Boku No Hero) core premise remains the same each year, but it’s genuinely impressive how Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and the rest of his classmates at U.A. High have gradually grown into the very types of professional heroes that they idolized in reverence when the series first began.

Season four ended with hints towards these heroes-in-training learning how to evolve their Quirks in new ways and this will surely get explored at a more significant length. In My Hero Academia Season 5 (Boku No Hero Academia 5th Season), it’s a certainty that Endeavor’s tenure as the new Number One hero will be a major plot point, as well as his efforts to repair his reputation with his family. There are likely to be more developments with everyone’s progress at U.A. High as Class 1-A competes against Class 1-B and the series’ scope continues to expand.

My Hero Academia Season 4 was one of the anime’s busiest and most impressive years. The heroes started their work-study programs, found new mentors, and faced a dangerous caliber of villains with Overhaul and his Shie Hassaikai organization as well as the resilient duo of Gentle Criminal and La Brava. These dangers have added a new level of tragedy to the series and it’s left heroes like Izuku Midoriya and Mirio Togata more alert than ever.

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My Hero Academia Season 5 (Boku No Hero Academia 5) Synopsis:

Promotional material for Season 5 has revealed the anime will primarily revolve around the Joint Training ArcMeta Liberation Army Arc, and the Endeavor Agency Arc in the manga. The previous season was for sure its heaviest and with villains that were legitimately disturbing, but My Hero Academia Season 5 kicks things off on a considerably lighter note.

The second half of season five should bring the villains back in a big way, but the beginning adapts the manga’s Joint Training Arc. This storyline pits the students of Class 1-A against a Class 1-B in a sanctioned battle scenario that’s designed to bring out the best in the U.A. High School students.

My Hero Academia Season 5 is no stranger to training and tournament arcs, but none have operated with a roster of this size before.

The League of Villains will occupy a huge role in My Hero Academia Season 5. The villains’ story and the evolution of their organizations during the end of the Shie Hassaikai arc didn’t exactly get a conclusion and only hinted at more sinister things to come. Shigaraki and his forces continue to grow stronger and All For One is still lurking in the shadows with an agenda that’s yet to come to fruition.

It’s possible that Endeavor’s new role as the Number One hero will come into conflict with the rejuvenated League of Villains and other evil organizations that have been growing during All Might’s absence.

But who are the students of Class 1-B in My Hero Academia Season 5?

Everyone who is a big fan of the series already knows the most known Class 1-A, Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, and the majority of My Hero Academia Season 5 central characters are students in Class 1-A at U.A. High.

The prestigious superhero school has several matriculating classes and Class 1-B has occasionally appeared, typically as a source of friendly conflict for their sister class, 1-A. Various 1-B students such as Neito Monoma, Itsuka Kendo, Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu, and Nirengeki Shoda. have previously been given small opportunities to shine during the past seasons’ arcs that are centered around the U.A. High School-set challenges.

There’s been an inherent competitive instinct between the students of Class 1-A and 1-B in the past, but My Hero Academia Season 5 takes that tension and makes it its driving force. Previous episodes have teased many of Class 1-B’s students, but this new season digs deep to explicitly compare and contrast these budding superheroes. It’s very possible that this season could end with someone from Class 1-B that rises up as Midoriya’s equal or surprisingly turns into a new partner.

What Is The Importance Of One For All in My Hero Academia Season 5?

The One For All Quirk has always represented hope and a bright future, but this title becomes a more loaded responsibility for Izuku Midoriya. Deku suddenly feels like he has something to prove after he learns in season four that Mirio Togata nearly inherited All Might’s Quirk and became his successor.

Deku has proven on multiple occasions that he’s worthy to carry on All Might’s heritage, but this pressure is bound to accumulate in season five, especially now that Togata is currently Quirk-less.

My Hero Academia Season 5 will continue in the same direction as Season 4. showing Midoriya will cement his position as the rightful bearer of One For All, but it’s also ready to unpack the Quirk’s roots and the mysterious rules that surround it. This season will likely contain Deku´s biggest lessons yet.

My Hero Academia Season 5 will also involve Deku’s interaction with these past relics in order to better understand his Quirk’s secrets and how to help it evolve into something even more powerful. It’s currently indistinct if the past One For All recipients have come to Midoriya at this specific moment because he needs to prepare for imminent danger.

My Hero Academia Season 5 Official Trailer:

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Review of the anime My Hero Academia Season 5:

This is a review of anime My Hero Academia Season5, so obviously, there will be spoilers, so if you’ve invested yourself into the anime but aren’t caught up all the way, then click off and go catch up, unless you don’t care for spoilers, then feel free to stay. But don’t say We didn’t warn you. 

Sound – 8.5/10

One thing that I’ve always loved about My Hero Academia Season 5 was the sound, especially the music. My Hero Academia Season 5 is no different, however, neither the opening song, “No. 1”, nor the closing song, “Ashiato”, have caught my attention too well.

I do think they’re both lovely tunes, I just prefer other openings and closings to these ones, such as “Peace Sign”, the first opening for Season Two, and “Starmaker”, the second opening for Season Four. If the pattern that’s been occurring since Season Two continues, then as the season continues, a second opening and closing song are to be expected. Perhaps by then will my opinions have changed.

Episode One – 8/10

My Hero Academia Season 5 kicks off with the first episode, entitled “All Hands On Deck! Class 1-A”. Although this episode is mostly filler, as most of the episode contains Class 1-A practicing some hero rescue drills, it’s still a nice little way to start the season.

And honestly, it was fun to see upperclassmen Mirio Togata, Tamaki Amajiki, and Nejire Hado, also known as the “Big Three” of the school, get involved, the latter two pretending to be villains whereas Togata acted as a civilian in danger (and stayed oddly calm while doing so).

Overall, in spite of the episode being filler, I still enjoyed it. After all, you can’t go wrong with watching Class 1-A trying to stop the “villains” while also trying to save Togata as he calmly floats down the river.

Thoughts of What’s Happened So Far in My Hero Academia Season 5:

Overall, My Hero Academia Season 5 is off to a great start, and hopefully, we’ll be able to see more of Class 1-B as a whole in the future. The next battle will feature Class 1-A’s Shoto Todoroki, who can control fire and ice, Tenya Iida, who has engines that give him the ability of super speed and powerful kicks, Mashirao Ojiro, who has a tail that he utilizes strongly in combat, and Mezo Shoji, who has tentacles that have the ability to replicate any other body part that has better efficiency than the originals.

Together, they will be up against Class 1-B’s Pony Tsunotori, Sen Kaibara, Juzo Honenuki, and Tetsutetsu. With the exception of Tetsutetsu, I’m not entirely sure what powers nor strengths they have, however, I’m anticipating that they’ll be great in combat, but only time will tell.

Personally, I’d like to see what everyone else in Class 1-B that I have yet to see much of can do, and I’d also like to see just how much Class 1-A has grown in terms of power and strength. I’d also like to see how Shinso has improved and learned from his first battle and how he may be able to apply that experience to the next one. But until then, only time will tell how things will be in this upcoming season!

Final Score of My Hero Academia Season 5 : 8.9/10

Characters of My Hero Academia Season 5 – 10/10

Another thing that I have always loved about My Hero Academia Season 5 would be the characters, and the new season doesn’t disappoint. My Hero Academia Season 5  gives the viewers a better glimpse of Class 1-B, a class that has been more set to the side as the show focuses on Class 1-A, where the main character, Izuku Midoriya, is in. Certain students from Class 1-B have stood out in the past.

However, such as Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (yes that’s his real name), an enthusiastic character not too different from Class 1-A’s Eijiro Kirishima, Itsuka Kendo, Class 1-B’s class representative who has been considered the “glue” of the class and keeps the class from falling to shambles, and of course, how could I possibly forget about Neito Monoma, who takes every chance he can get to belittle the other class, despite knowing full well that he’s not doing much better.

My Hero Academia Season 5 has given us a chance to get to know all three of these characters and more, though so far none of them have made much of an impression except for the three mentioned before, Ibara Shiozaki, a girl with the power to manipulate vines that grow from her hair, whom I remember from Season Two during the school’s Sports Festival, Shihai Kuroiro, a boy with the power to merge into anything dark in color, such as shadows, and Kinoko Komori, a girl who can sprout fungus spores practically anywhere.

Not much is known about the latter two quite yet, however, Kuroiro seems like a strong character that will be hard to defeat in the future, and Komori seems nice and skillful from what I’ve seen from her and I hope that we’ll see more of her in the future. As for other students, we have yet to see them in action, but hopefully, that’ll be showcased in later episodes.

We also get to see more from Class 1-A of My Hero Academia Season 5 as well. So far, I’ve seen improvements in characters like Fumikage Tokoyami, whose power gives him control of a shadow monster he calls Dark Shadow. Tokoyami has always been a strong character, has shown that in the Sports Festival,

but this arc, known as the Joint Training Arc, has allowed him to showcase his improvements since then. Toru Hagakure has also shown improvement throughout the series, as her strengths have improved tremendously since I last remember seeing her in combat.

Class 1-B of My Hero Academia Season 5 isn’t the only one that gets more of the spotlight in the show. We also get to see more of Hitoshi Shinso, a student from the General Studies department, Class 1-C. Shinso’s power allows him to brainwash anyone if his target verbally responds to anything he says, but it only works if he wants it to.

We’ve seen quite a bit from Shinso throughout the anime, having participated in the Sports Festival and having shown up here and there, but it isn’t until this arc that we truly get to see him in action.

So far, he has had some issues adjusting, having had to deal with inexperience compared to the other students, but so far we’ve seen Shinso help his team win in combat, hinting that he is increasingly improving. This arc also stands as a test for him to see if they could possibly move him up into the hero course, but whether or not they actually do will have to be determined later on in the season.

Overall, the ensemble of characters in My Hero Academia Season 5 has grown, and hopefully, the anime will continue to let them shine, not just in later episodes, but in future seasons as well.

 

My Hero Academia Season 5

Short interview with the voice actors about the anime My Hero Academia Season 5:

The voice actors Justin Briner and Clifford Chapin, that stand behind the two iconic heroes told their fans about the new challenges that lie ahead this season, how the past has changed Midoriya and Bakugo, and the anime’s evolving and tricky relationship between heroes and villains.

My Hero Academia Season 5 mix together the students of the Class 1-A and Class 1-B group. How do all of these new characters change the dynamic and status quo that Midoriya and Bakugo have gotten used to?

JUSTIN BRINER: I think one of the show’s real strengths is its cast, starting from Deku and then fanning out to everyone else. Everyone is someone’s favorite out there and so any time that another character gets a moment in the spotlight is super exciting for everyone involved. You get to learn more about them, but then that also extrapolates to how they relate with the rest of the cast. I just think that it strengthens the overall bonds of this universe that they’re all living in.

CLIFFORD CHAPIN: I completely agree. We have so many well-developed characters over the course of the show and pretty much whenever someone new gets introduced you know that they’ll get a moment soon enough where they’ll prove that they’re cool and what they can do.

I’m really looking forward to seeing the Class 1-B kids show off their stuff a little more, but it’s also really cool because we had some interactions with them back in season two, but pretty minimally. So I’m excited to see those characters get delved into a lot more and see what they’re really about.

Midoriya and Bakugo have kind of been pulled in different directions over the past seasons, but this My Hero Academia Season 5 reunites them. Has it been satisfying to get to bounce off of each other more and return to that earlier dynamic of these characters?

CLIFFORD CHAPIN: Any time that I get to be in a scene with Justin I end up thoroughly enjoying it. It’s usually a situation where Bakugo gets to express the most development. We get to see that character grow a lot more through his interactions with Deku. So any time I get to have a scene with Justin I’m excited about it because it means that we’ll get to see Bakugo push himself to the next level.

JUSTIN BRINER: It’s just so remarkable to see how far they’ve come as friends, as rivals, and every time that they get together it begs the question, “Okay, where does this go next?” I’m really excited to see how their bond further develops over time.

How Many Episodes Does My Hero Academia Season 5 have?

Every season of My Hero Academia, aside from its premiere season, has consisted of 25 episodes and now that the anime’s popularity is at its peak it’s unlikely to see that number decrease anytime soon. Season 5 should have 25 episodes, which will give the anime a grand total of 113 installments when the season ends.

Opening Theme of My Hero Academia Season 5:

#1: “No.1” by DISH//
#2: “Merry-Go-Round” by MAN WITH A MISSION

Ending Theme of My Hero Academia Season 5:

#1: “Ashiato” (足跡) by the peggies
#2: “Uso ja nai” (嘘じゃない) by Soushi Sakiyama

History of the My Hero Academy Season 5 (Boku No Hero Academia 5)

Season 5 was announced in the 18th issue of the 2020 Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on March 30, 2020.

As with previous seasons, the production of season five was confirmed at the end of the final episode of season four.[2] It was later confirmed by Funimation that preparation has started in Japan.[3] On July 8, 2020, Yuki Hayashi posted a tweet saying that he and the other composers have begun recording the soundtrack for season five.[4]

After Hero FES 2020 occurred on October 3, 2020, the official Japanese Twitter account confirmed that season five will begin airing during Spring 2021.[5] It was later revealed on December 18, 2020, at Jump Festa 2021, that season five would start airing on March 27, 2021 for Japan.[6]

 

Shaman King 2021

Shaman King 2021

Bridge
52 episodes · TV Ongoing SHAMAN KING, シャーマンキング
6.71

Shaman King follows the adventures of a 13-year-old shaman and his teammate a samurai warrior spirit, who traverses the world fighting evil spirits and misguided shamans on their journey to be the next Shaman King. Shaman King 2021

Shaman King 2021 ( SHAMAN KINGD 2021 (TV), シャーマンキング) anime 2021 all full episodes for free in high-quality streaming.

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Shaman King 2021

Shaman King 2021

 

Before watching Shaman King 202, here is everything you need to know:

The Shaman King 2021 anime series (stylized as SHAMAN KING, シャーマンキング) is based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei. At Otakon 2015, former Madhouse president and then MAPPA president, Masao Maruyama, expressed his desire to work on a reboot of Shaman King.

In February 2017, while answering a fan’s question, Takei revealed on his official Twitter that he received an offer for an anime reboot of Shaman King, but he turned the offer down because he was told that the new anime would not be able to use the first anime’s voice actors and soundtrack music, although Takei hoped for another chance in the future. In June 2020, a new anime television series was announced that would adapt the 35 volumes of the new complete manga edition.

The anime is produced by Bridge and directed by Joji Furuta, with series composition by Shōji Yonemura, character designs by Satohiko Sano, and music composed by Yuki Hayashi. It premiered on April 1, 2021, on TV Tokyo and various other TX Network stations.

The series features returning cast members from the 2001 anime series in both the Japanese version and the English dub, confirmed through leaks. The series will consist of 52 episodes released on four Blu-ray Disc boxes, each with 13 episodes: with the first two scheduled for a release on August 25 and November 24, 2021, respectively and the last two set for release on February 23 and May 25, 2022.

As with the 2001 anime series, Megumi Hayashibara performs the opening and ending theme songs in the 2021 series. The opening theme is “Soul salvation” and the ending theme is “#Boku no Yubisaki” (#ボクノユビサキ, “My Fingertip”), both performed by Hayashibara. The second opening theme is “Get up! Shout!” by Nana Mizuki, and the second ending theme is “Adieu” by Yui Horie. The third ending theme is “Hazuki” by Saji.

Shaman King 2021 Synopsis:

On a starry night, middle-schooler Manta meets Yoh Asakura, a young shaman who has the ability to talk to spirits and also has the ability to let them possess him to use their powers. Yoh has a heavy-duty on his shoulders: he must become the Shaman King by winning the Shaman Fight, a tournament between shamans that happens only once every 500 years. Joined by his spirit medium fiancée Anna Kyōyama, his personal samurai spirit Amidamaru, and his other friends, Yoh must also face a larger evil: Hao, a powerful man who aims to create a new world with only shamans by becoming the Shaman King himself.

Another synopsis of Shaman King 2021:

A battle is about to begin in Tokyo: the Shaman Fight, a tournament held every five hundred years where shamans—those who can command spirits—confront each other in combat. The victor of this contest becomes the Shaman King and the only one who is able to contact and control the Great Spirit, allowing them to reshape the world as they please through its immense power.

During a late-night walk, Manta Oyamada runs into his classmate, the carefree You Asakura, who invites him to come stargazing with some friends, who, to Manta’s horror, turn out to be ghosts from a local cemetery!

However, the knowledge that Manta possesses—a rare sixth sense that allows Manta to see these spirits—endears the boy to You. So when You finds out that his new comrade has been beaten up by a local gang, he decides to avenge him with the help of Amidamaru, a samurai ghost whose tomb was broken by the gang leader. Soon Manta uncovers more about the world of spirits, including the Shaman Fight, in which his new friend You aims to claim victory.

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Opening Theme of Shaman King 2021:

#1: “Soul salvation” by Megumi Hayashibara
#2: “Get up! Shout!” by Nana Mizuki

Ending Theme of Shaman King 2021:

#1: “#Boku no Yubisaki (#僕の指先)” by Megumi Hayashibara (eps 1-13)
#2: “Adieu” by Yui Horie (eps 14-)
#3: “Hazuki (ハヅキ)” by Saji

Official Website of the anime Shaman King 2021:

TVアニメ『SHAMAN KING』公式サイト (Japanese)

Staff from anime series Shaman King 2021:

  • Original Work: Hiroyuki Takei
  • Direction: Jouji Furuta
  • Series Composition: Shouji Yonemura
  • Character Design: Toshihiko Sano
  • Music: Yûki Hayashi
  • Animation Work: Bridge

 

Shaman King 2021

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Character from tv series Shaman King 2021:

Shaman King 2021 Main Characters:

Shaman King 2021

Shaman King 2021 – Asakura Yoh (麻倉 葉 Asakura Yō)

  • Yoh Asakura (麻倉 葉)

Asakura Yoh (麻倉 葉 Asakura Yō) is the main protagonist in the manga and anime series of Shaman King 2021. He is the main heir of the Asakura Family and the maternal twin brother of the series main antagonist Asakura Hao. During the Shaman Fights in the year 2000, he becomes a member and the leader of Team “Funbari Onsen”. Sometime after the tournament, Yoh marries his longtime fiancé, Kyōyama Anna and together they had a son, named Asakura Hana.

Asakura Yoh is 13 years old at the beginning of the Shaman King series and a normal teenage boy. He has neck-length dark brown hair and he is constantly seen wearing a pair of orange headphones behind or on his ears. He normally wears his school uniform with his shirt constantly open but when it gets cold he will button up his shirt, wear a necktie and the standard school uniform jacket.

  • Hao Asakura (朝倉ハオ)

Asakura Hao (麻倉ハオ , Zeke Asakura in the English version of the 2001 anime and games) is the main antagonist in the manga and anime series of Shaman King. He was born Asaha Doji (麻葉童子 Asaha Dōji) in Japan during the Heian era and, after rising to prominence as an Onmyōji, was renamed Asakura Hao (麻倉葉王). During his third life, he was reborn as the twin brother of his descendant Asakura Yoh. He is the most powerful shaman in the entirety of the series and the current Shaman King 2021.

Being Yoh’s older twin brother and ancestor, Hao is very identical to Yoh in many ways physically, as they both have dark brown hair and brown eyes. Differing from his younger twin, Hao’s hair is much longer in length, reaching past his waist. He often wears a pale yellow poncho cloak that covers only his upper body, while wearing nothing beneath.

  • Anna Asakura (麻倉アンナ)

Asakura Anna (麻倉アンナ), née Kyōyama (恐山), is a fictional character in the manga and anime series of Shaman King. She is the fiancée—and later wife—of Asakura Yoh and is a second-generation Itako. Aggressive and decisive, Anna is a pragmatic person who appears cold and harsh. However, she has shown that she genuinely cares for those important to her, and is truly in love with Yoh.

She is extremely dedicated to being “The Ultimate Shaman Queen” and the wife to Yoh, the first friend that she ever had. She firmly believes that Yoh is destined to become the Shaman King, and believes her duty as his fiancée is training him extensively for it.

  • Tao Ren (道蓮)

Tao Ren (道蓮タオ レン Tao Ren, Chinese pinyin: Dào LiánLen Tao in the English version and English video games) is a fictional character in the manga and anime series of Shaman King. Ren is the 43rd head of the Tao Family, and during the Shaman Fights, he was a member of Team “The Ren”. Sometime after the tournament, Ren married Iron Maiden Jeanne and together they had a son, named Tao Men.

  • Amidamaru (阿弥陀丸)

Samurai that died during the Muromachi period 600 years ago—now is Yoh’s ghost companion. He is very powerful and wise but quite taciturn and extremely devoted to “Lord Yoh” (“Yō-dono” in Japanese). He was greatly known around the town of Funbari, where he had died 600 years prior after killing several hundred other samurai soldiers during a battle.

He is the original handler of the legendary sword named “Harusame,” meaning “Spring Rain,” a sword forged by his best friend, Mosuke, who also appeared in the anime/manga as a spirit. This very same sword was reproduced as a “spirit sword” and used by Asakura Yoh during the Shaman Fight. The original was kept in a museum. His name is based on the Buddha Amitabha, the principal figure in the Pure Land Buddhist sect.

  • Manta Oyamada (小山田まん太)

An intelligent but worrisome teen who always carries a “dictionary/encyclopedia/compendium of all human knowledge”, and has a sixth sense, meaning he can see supernatural beings, even though he is not a Shaman. He is very expressive and a bit panicky. His rather abnormal height has gotten him into trouble numerous times, once having been mistaken for one of the shy nature spirits, and being cut open and used as a hostage of sorts during You Asakura’s match with Faust VIII.

In the anime, during the final battle with Hao, he actually becomes a Shaman and is able to merge with a spirit. His weapon is a hammer and his unofficial guardian ghost is Mosuke, the best friend of Amidamaru who forged his sword, the Harusame. After that episode in the anime, Manta is able to junction spirits to his laptop.

Shaman King 2021 Side Characters:

  • Johann Faust VIII (ファウストⅧ世)

  • Horokeu Usui (碓氷 ホロケウ)

  • Ryuunosuke Umemiya (梅宮 竜之介)

  • Lyserg Diethel (リゼルグ・ダイゼル)

Shaman King 2021

Shaman King 2021

The new cast members include: (Left column, top to bottom)

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Interesting facts about the anime Shaman King 2021:

  • Unlike the first loose anime adaptation, this anime strictly follows its manga canon and was outlined by the creator himself.
  • The kanji for Yoh’s name 葉 means “leaf” in Japanese.
  • Yoh´s name translates to “Leaf King”. The kanji that makes up the “Ha” portion of his name is also the same kanji that made up of Yoh’s name, and the “o” portion is a Japanese honorific, usually indicating that the person is of very high status
  • According to Marco Lasso, over 80% of the contestants in the Shaman Tournament are related to Hao in some way.
  • His orange-colored headphones were actually “stolen” or at least, taken without permission from his father, Asakura Mikihisa. In addition, the Soul Bob records were initially Mikihisa’s and Yoh took them along with the headphones.
  • In the English anime series, Anna Asakura says “I can read your mind!” hinting that she did not lose her ability to perform Reishi. This might however also be untrue as the English dub of the anime is known to contain many canonical errors.
  • The wedding anniversary of Anna and Yoh is March 20.
  • This will be the second anime adaptation of the “Shaman King” manga.

Reviews of the anime series Shaman King 2021:

1.Review of Shaman King 2021

Jun 10, 2021
ShamanStando (All reviews)

Unpopular opinion, but this is the anime of the year for me. It. Is. Amazing.

Shaman King 2021 is a masterpiece with loveable characters and new takes on classic tropes. Every character (with a few exceptions) has their own fleshed-out goals and motives, making you get invested in each and every one. When someone has a tragic backstory, it’s not just tacked on for extra drama, it adds nuance to their actions and helps define their ambition. This series also starts off light-hearted but gradually gets darker, kinda like Hunter x Hunter.

The power system, summoning ghosts and channeling their power into things with one’s own spiritual energy, is very unique (ik a lot of people have been comparing them to JoJo stands, but more on that later) and makes the fight scenes and superpowers interesting. However, due to the series’ focus on stuff like characters’ philosophies and the true nature of goals, there’s a lot of talking during the fights, so if you’re looking for a series with high-action non-stop fights this one might not be for you.

As for the soundtrack and voice acting, both of them are just… BEAUTIFUL! They managed to bring back a lot of the 2001 adaptation’s legendary voice cast and songs and added some new equally boppin ones as well.

The animation/art style, while nowhere near the level of *insert whatever shonen is popular nowadays*, is very smooth imo. They managed to get a perfect bridge (ba dum tss) between the style of 2001 and fairly modern production values. Call me a boomer, but I’m a sucker for retro animation, so this was a very nice surprise for me.

While I personally don’t have any problems with this show, I’ll address the pacing because I know this puts a lot of people off it. Some episodes go through a LOT of manga chapters, so some stuff might not hit as hard as it should, but bear in mind this is a remake. Both Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood and Hunter x Hunter did the same but slowed down when they reached the part of the manga which their predecessors didn’t adapt. And the recent episodes of Shaman King 2021 have been getting a less choppy pace, so it’s clear they’re going for the same thing here.

Overall, Shaman King 2021 is a gift from the Great Spirit. Pompadours off to Hiroyuki Takei and Studio Bridge!

TLDR: If you want high-budget action, skip this. If you can’t be bothered to wait for a series to get better as it builds up, also skip this. Otherwise, do yourself a favor and check it out!

Also to anyone calling it “JoJo for kids” because of the power system, you’re laughably wrong (this is coming from a guy whose #1 anime is JoJo and #2 is Shaman King). Ghosts are their own separate characters rather than just a projection of the user’s spirit, and they’re used in a completely different way in fights. It’s like calling Hunter x Hunter “Naruto for kids” because their characters both fight with innate energy or Spider-Man “Batman for kids” because they both hide their identity with a mask.

2.Review of Shaman King 2021
Jun 18, 2021
Bushogoma (All reviews)

As a background: the original shaman king was a huge part of my childhood, even before I was aware of anime. I used to watch it in primary school with my classmates. I re-watched it a few months before the 2021 version aired so I think I can make a fair comparison. I will not give any spoilers in this review.

I actually like this version a lot. It has faster pacing but in a good way. It has a more modern, fresh shonen vibe to it. The characters also have stronger personalities and their reasons to fight are highlighted more than in the original.


So the story up until now was within the expectations. I look forward to seeing how they will adapt some arcs later in the story. Fingers crossed

The art is very good. It kept the important aspects of the old shaman king while giving it a contemporary and fresh vibe. The animation is very good, however, I can still spot some scenes where the animators were a bit lazy. That said, it doesn’t ruin the mood though.
The sound is ok. I am not a huge fan of the anime themes (with some exceptions like Mirai Nikki, golden wind, and bleach), but the opening song is pretty nice

The characters are a forte. They were done very well in this version. Their reasons and backstories seem more clear and they have more potential for development if you look past the superficial tsundere personality of half of the characters (which I think it’s a nice touch).
I genuinely enjoy this show and I always look forward to the next episode. The fights are well done, and usually, there’s at least one per episode.
I will update the review as the anime Shaman King 2021 progresses!Story of Shaman King 2021: 7
Art of Shaman King 2021: 8
Sound of Shaman King 2021: 8
Characters of Shaman King 2021: 9
Enjoyment of Shaman King 2021: 9
Overall of Shaman King 2021: 8

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To Your Eternity Season 1

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20 episodes · TV Completed To Your Eternity, To You, the Immortal, 不滅のあなたへ
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To Your Eternity Season 1 (fumetsu no anata e) Story :

It, a mysterious immortal being, is sent to the Earth with no emotions nor identity. However, It can take the shape of those around that have a strong impetus. At first, It is a sphere.

Then, It imitates the form of a rock. As the temperature drops and snowfalls atop the moss, It inherits the moss. When an injured lone wolf comes limping by and lays down to die, It takes on the form of the animal. Finally, It gains consciousness and begins to traverse the empty tundra until It meets a boy.

The boy lives alone in a ghost town, which the adults abandoned long ago in search of the paradise said to exist far beyond the endless sea of white tundra.

However, their efforts were for naught, and now the boy is in a critical state. Acquiring the form of the boy, It sets off on a never-ending journey in search of new experiences, places, and people.

After dying multiple deaths, he is found in a swamp by March, a young girl aspiring to be a caring mother, chosen to be sacrificed to appease what they believe to be a rampaging bear spirit. She names the boy “Fushi” and befriends him, teaching him how to eat and become less feral.

To Your Eternity Season 1 (fumetsu no anata e) with a different storyteller:

An Orb, known only as It, is cast to Earth to be observed from afar. Capable of changing forms from beings whose reflections It captures, It first becomes a rock and then, due to the rising temperature, moss.

It is inept of movement until one snowy day, a wolf at death’s door barely crosses by.

When It takes the animal’s form, It attains awareness of its consciousness and starts to wander with an unclear destination in mind.

Soon, It comes across the wolf’s master—a young boy waiting for his tribe to return from a paradise abundant with fish and fruit in the south. Although the boy is lonely, he still hopes those whom he holds dear in his memories have not forgotten him and that he will reunite with them one day.

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The boy wants to explore new surroundings and decides to abandon his home to find paradise using the traces his tribe left behind. However, with a heavily injured body and no sight of his elder comrades, what will become of the boy?

To your eternity Fumetsu no Anata e illustrates the story of an immortal being experiencing humanity, meeting all types of people in many places throughout time.

 

 

 

To Your Eternity Season 1 ( Fumetsu no Anata e )brings the ideas of A Silent Voice to a cosmic scale…

The power of love in To Your Eternity Season 1 :

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To Your Eternity Season 1 – On the surface, the manga series A Silent Voice and To Your Eternity Season 1 couldn’t be farther apart, despite being written by the same author, Yoshitoki Ōima.

The former, adapted into an anime film in 2016 by director Naoko Yamada, is a slice of life about a former bully and his victim finding self-acceptance through mutual recognition, while the latter, now an anime series directed by Masahiko Murata, is a grand action-adventure that follows an extraterrestrial being exploring a fantasy world.

But in depicting the evolution of an alien’s consciousness, To Your Eternity Season 1 asserts the transformative power of love, depicting how our capacity to love one another is the bedrock of our conscious experience.

In this way, the series takes the core ideas of A Silent Voice and puts them in a cosmic context since the classic film is all about how. The two texts are entangled and essential to one another.

A Silent Voice is a story of transformation and starts with the teenage protagonist, Shoya Ishida, wallowing in self-loathing. In middle school, he viciously bullied a deaf girl and, as a result, became a pariah.

Friendless and burdened with guilt, Shoya sees himself as unworthy of love and wishes to die. The film begins with Shoya contemplating suicide but, on a whim, he decides not to end his life, instead of endeavoring to find Shoko, the girl he tormented.

This spark of compassion and desire for connection initiates healing over the course of the film and allows him to connect with himself finally.

As Shoya becomes closer to Shoko and expresses caring for her, even risking his own life near the end of the film to save her, he finds his own inner goodness and the courage to reenter society.

When Shoya saves Shoko from her suicide attempt — and nearly dies in the process — he isn’t thinking about what a bad person he is or how he needs to dedicate his life to making up for his sins.

He is thinking about engaging with people and making new friends. He sees himself as a lovable person. The film’s beginning echoes this; the thing that stops Shoya from taking his own life is the sound of fireworks — a direct reference to Shoko’s suicide attempt, which occurs during a festival filled with fireworks. That is to say, saving Shoko also saves Shoya.

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To Your Eternity Season 1 – The ending of A Silent Voice depicts the impact of this love on Shoya. (Shoko and Shoya never become explicitly romantic, but the film heavily implies they probably will in time).

Attending a school festival, Shoya walks around, and like always, feels alone in the crowd with everyone around him blurred from his vision (ever since middle school, he has not been able to look strangers in the eye, and their faces are obscured to him, blocked by giant Xs).

However, in the presence of Shoko and the other friends he has come to know, the Xs fall away, and people’s faces become clear to him. Shoya finally becomes a part of society, feeling worthy of loving and loved by other people.

Shoya and Fushi, the alien protagonist of To Your Eternity Season 1, share much in common as both characters find themselves through the experience of love.

However, Fushi’s journey enters the realm of the ontological, concerning the birth of consciousness itself. At the start of To Your Eternity Season 1, Fushi is just an alien orb with no awareness. He gradually evolves thanks to his unique ability: he can copy anything that stimulates him.

This begins small and occurs without intention; Fushi’s first form is a rock he bumps into upon landing on Earth. Eventually, as Fushi takes on more complex forms, the nature of this stimulation changes and becomes tied up with the experience of emotion.

When Fushi takes on his second form, a wolf, he meets and befriends a boy who dies from blood loss and hypothermia shortly after. Upon the boy’s death, Fushi briefly grieves, tugging on the boy’s cloak, trying to wake him. This emotional and physical stimulation causes Fushi to take on the boy’s form (which becomes Fushi’s default form and why he is referred to as he).

Despite having a human form, and some experience with emotion, Fushi lacks human consciousness. When Fushi encounters March, a sweet toddler, his sense of self truly begins to take form.

Like the boy who passed away, March cares for Fushi, naming him and showing him how to procure fruit for sustenance. Up to this point, Fushi has shown no agency or will to act on his own, soiling himself and repeatedly dying before resurrecting.

Even when a bear attacks him at the beginning of episode 2, he doesn’t respond or defend himself, possessing no sense of the concept of self-preservation. However, when The same bear threatens to march, Fushi engages in combat to defend her.

Fushi’s creator, the narrator of the series and known as the beholder, even comments on this development, saying that emotion precedes action. Fushi cares about March, so he acts in defense of her life, transforming into a being with motives and drives.

Soon after the incident, he gains sentience and begins to act and learn autonomously, picking up the meaning of words independently and taking the initiative when necessary. In essence, a person is born.

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To Your Eternity Season 1 – Fushi’s transformation occurs not simply because others love him: He begins to feel thanks to the love of the boy and March, but only he gains humanesque consciousness once he, himself, loves.

This is also true of Shoya. Shoya doesn’t accept himself simply because of Shoko’s affection. He changes once he connects with his own capacity to love and desires to save her.

The beauty of these works is how they focus on this personal, individualistic aspect of love. Yes, relationships are profound and important, but they themselves are not the source of love: we, individually, are.

In this way, both A Silent Voice and To Your Eternity Season 1 break anime and manga convention. They depict a truly egalitarian view of love, something we can all obtain by our own capacity to love, rather than something limited to a perfect relationship.

Most anime tend to view love purely through the lens of romance — and an idealized romance at that. Even emotionally sensitive series like Fruits Basket fall into the trap of portraying romance so that every protagonist finds their one true love and said love is the only person they ever date.

Such depictions of love feel elitist, as though unless you have this specific experience, you can never understand true love. In contrast, To Your Eternity Season 1 and A Silent Voice take a democratic approach and present love as deeply personal and universal.

Love is not tethered to any specific person or relationship but comes from within us, expanding and growing through our interactions with others.

Even when we suffer loss or go through a bad breakup, love still exists within us, a fundamental part of our being.

A Silent Voice and To Your Eternity Season 1 both proclaim this profound truth: the very nature of our soul is love. This is why A Silent Voice’s actual, literal title is “The Shape of Voice,” I love being the shape.

To Your Eternity Season 1 takes this assertion and adds a metaphysical spin to it, portraying a protagonist who becomes conscious because he experiences love.

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Alternative Titles

English: To Your Eternity Season 1
Synonyms: To You, The Immortal
Japanese: 不滅のあなたへ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 20
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Apr 12, 2021, too?
Premiered: Spring 2021
Broadcast: Mondays at 22:50 (JST)
Producers: NHKNHK Enterprises
Licensors: None found; add some
Studios: Brain’s Base
Source: Manga
Duration: 25 min. Per ep.
Rating: R – 17+ (violence & profanity)

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Ranked: #692
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To Your Eternity Season 1 (fumetsu no anata e) Fan Reviews :

Trump (All reviews)

To Your Eternity Season 1 is beautiful. Not because it is a masterpiece, but because it is a journey. A journey about an empty shell. A journey that delves into the brutal yet alluring qualities of human life.
A journey filled with both joy and pain. The show starts with one of the most beautifully condensed episodes, giving a taste of what it has to offer.
Its emotional soundtrack compliments the intention of every scene, leaving a memorable impact for viewers. Brain’s Base does an exceptional job in creating animations that fit the melancholic yet captivating setting.
The subtle themes brought into the show only compliment the story’s uniqueness; What is the meaning of life and death? What makes humans, humans? To Your Eternity Season 1 is not something you watch but feel.
If you’re looking to go on an adventure, look no further.
BoomBakudan (All reviews)

This feels like misery porn to me. [No Spoilers]

I was very excited to watch this because the presentation and music seemed incredible. It really is charming and animated well.

However, thematically I’m not taking away anything from the characters nor the plot. If I had to come up with something, I would say the message I got was “wouldn’t it suck if this happened” or “this person experienced a difficult life but still kept going.”

It definitely hurts even physically to watch the characters struggle through horrendous situations. It definitely makes you feel for the characters.

But I feel like the misery is just dialed up to 10 to elicit strong emotions out of you, but for what reason?

I kept watching, expecting there to be some payoff or catharsis or introspection, but 7 episodes in the show haven’t delivered that to me.

The only thing about the show that I enjoyed saw different characters teach and nurture the main character. There are definitely some endearing characters.

But I continue to watch with a pit in my stomach because I know those characters are going to suffer horrendously.

I keep asking myself every episode, what is the point of this? Why are these characters suffering? What is the show trying to convey? And my conclusion tends to be that functionally it’s emotionally tugging at my heartstrings, substantively delivering close to nothing else.

I don’t feel that I need to watch stories about people suffering to understand life is hell for many people.

I really hope that the show will provide something substantive as the season progresses. I’ll update my review when the season ends.

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Tokyo Revengers Season 1

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25 episodes · TV Ongoing Tokyo Revengers, 東京リベンジャーズ
8.27
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Tokyo Revengers Stroy :

Takemichi Hanagaki’s second year of middle school was the highest point in his life. He had respect, a gang of friends he could count on, and even a girlfriend. But that was twelve years ago.

Today, he’s a nobody: a washed-up nonentity made fun of by children and always forced to apologize to his younger boss. A sudden news report on the Tokyo Manji Gang’s cruel murder of the only girlfriend he ever had alongside her brother only adds insult to injury. Half a second before a train ends his pitiful life for good, Takemichi flashes back to that same day twelve years ago, when he was still dating Hinata Tachibana.

After being forced to relive the very same day that began his downward spiral, Takemichi meets Hinata’s younger brother. Without thinking, he admits to his seeming death before flashing back to the past. Takemichi urges him to protect his sister before inexplicably returning to the future. Miraculously, he isn’t dead.

Stranger still, the future has changed. It seems as though Takemichi can alter the flow of time. Given the chance to prevent his ex-girlfriend’s tragic death at the hands of the Tokyo Manji Gang, Takemichi decides to fly through time to change the course of the future.

Tokyo Revengers Characters

Tokyo Revengers Character List

Tokyo Revengers Background :

Most members are middle-schoolers. The gang’s ethics include upholding every member’s honor and never stooping to act deplorably or cowardly.

The present-day Toman of one of the alternate timelines has since completely been warped by a few individuals. Now, the gang has become a full-fledged crime syndicate, committing every crime imaginable.

Tokyo Revengers Deeper Story Details :

The gang’s initial identity was a grade-school biker friend group formed by six middle-school friends from schools around Tokyo.

Toman was founded on June 19 with Baji‘s idea of making their own gang in order to be able to fight the Black Dragons. Their gang was founded with the motto, “If one of us gets hurt, we’ll protect them… a gang that’s all for one, one for all.” [2]

Toman started out as a group of middle-schoolers: Mikey, Draken, Baji, Mitsuya, Pah-chin, and Kazutora. Back then, they rode their bikes around, searching for fun and just having a good time in general.

They would constantly banter and play pranks on each other, but it was all in good faith. In 2003, Mitsuya created the uniforms that would become the official Toman uniform a few years later and the iconic photo of the founders was taken.

A few days before Mikey’s birthday, Kazutora wants to steal a better bike for Mikey and convinces a begrudging Baji to go along with them. They almost steal the bike, but the shop owner catches them. To prevent themselves from getting arrested, Kazutora hits him with a wrench, but accidentally kills him. Kazutora snaps from the ordeal and is sent to a reform school. The naive and pure Toman was no more.

Tokyo Revengers Structure :

Toman is led by Mikey and Draken as leader and vice-leader, respectively. There are five divisions which comprises around 20 guys each. [3]

  • First Division – This division is co-led by Keisuke Baji and Kazutora Hanemiya and at the time of the Gang’s foundation, was intended as an “attack unit”. Following the events of Valhalla, the First Division is now led by Takemichi Hanagaki.
  • Second Division – Led by Takashi Mitsuya, the second division was originally intended to be the gang’s “elite guard”.
  • Third Division – The third division is led by Pah-chin, the original Flag Bearer of the gang. The division seems to specialize in brute force.
  • Fourth Division – Led by Smiley, not much informations are knew about this division.
  • Fifth Division – The division led by Mucho, is a “special task division” that allowed infighting. They are considered Toman’s “Public Morality Council”. They can punish any traitors in Toman without the leader’s decree. [4]
  • Sixth Division – A temporary sixth division was created after the gang absorved the Moebius and Valhalla gang members. It was led by Shuji Hanma who previously had acted as leader of both rival gangs. After Hanma left Toman, he took his subordinates with him and the division was disbanded.

Tokyo Revengers Founding Members :

Tokyo Revengers Founding Members

Tokyo Revengers Known Members :

Tokyo Revengers Known Members

Tokyo Revengers Former Members :

Tokyo Revengers Former Members

Tokyo Revengers Battles :

  • Toman vs. Moebius (Pa-chin, Mikey, Draken vs. Nobutaka Osanai); win
  • Toman vs. Moebius (Gang vs. Gang); win
  • Toman vs. Valhalla (Gang vs. Gang); win
  • Toman vs. Black Dragons (Takemichi, Mitsuya, Chifuyu, Mikey, Draken vs Black Dragons); win
  • Toman vs. Tenjiku (Gang vs. Gang); interrupted; win

Tokyo Revengers Trivia :

  • Manji (卍) – crux gammata is also known as swastika symbol, is an ancient religious icon in the cultures of Eurasia. It was used as a symbol of divinity and spirituality in Indian religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The name is derived from the Sanskrit svastika (meaning “welfare,” from su – “well” + asti “he is”).
    • As a symbol of prosperity and good fortune, the swastika was widely used throughout the ancient world (for example, appearing often on Mesopotamian coinage), including North and South America and has been used in Japan as a symbol of Buddhism since ancient times. To be precise, the symbol generally used by Japanese Buddhism is the sauvatika, which moves in a counterclockwise direction, and is called the manji in Japanese.
      • The arms of the swastika, which point in a clockwise direction (卐), are generally considered a solar symbol. It was this version (the hakenkreuz) that was perverted by the Nazis. The sauvastika generally stands for night, rituals and often for magical practices.

Tokyo Revengers Review N°1 :

Tokyo Revengers. Just a bunch of delinquents. Made my account just to write this review if that says anything. This show has me on the edge of my seat every episode. Can’t remember the last time I got this hyped up. Never thought I would get so hooked on this kind of a story; it’s not my usual.

Fantastic character development. I feel as though each character has meaning and is important. Perfect amount of action, comedy and romance to keep you engaged. Great plot and amazing pacing. The only real improvement I could even ask for is a bit better art. However that is just me comparing it to Ufotable, Inc. Loving everything about it. Definitely my favourite of this season.

Tokyo Revengers Review N°2 :

I didn’t know what to expect with this going on. From the way the thing started, it felt like a typical isekai opening.

Basically, useless nobody living a crap life starts to reminisce about his middle school glory days when he hears that his middle school girlfriend was killed by a Tokyo gang. Through a series of events, he ends up pushed in front of a train and wakes up in the body of his middle school self.

The rest of the plot revolves around him attempting to change the future to save his girlfriend, all while not being sure the whole thing isn’t an elaborate flashback/wish fulfillment fantasy taking place moments before his death.

It’s a pretty effective plot hook, while also tackling relatable issues, such as being embarrassed at how your younger self used to be, or pinpointing places/choices where your life went off the rails for the worse. I’m very much looking forward to future episodes.

Tokyo Revengers 1St Official Trailer :

Tokyo Revengers 2nd Official Trailer :

About Tokyo Revengers :

Staff

  • Original – Ken Wakui
  • Director – Koichi Hatsumi
  • Series Composition – Yasuyuki Mutō
  • Character Design – Kenichi Ōnuki, Keiko Ōta
  • Sound Director – Satoki Iida
  • Music – Hiroaki Tsutsumi
  • Animation Production – LIDENFILMS

Cast

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Tokyo Revengers Season 1 Uncensored

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Season 1

LIDENFILMS
25 episodes · TV Ongoing Tokyo Revengers, 東京リベンジャーズ
8.27
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Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Storyline :

Takemichi Hanagaki’s second year of middle school was the highest point in his life. He had respect, a gang of friends he could count on, and even a girlfriend. But that was twelve years ago.

Today, he’s a nobody: a washed-up nonentity made fun of by children and always forced to apologize to his younger boss. A sudden news report on the Tokyo Manji Gang’s cruel murder of the only girlfriend he ever had alongside her brother only adds insult to injury. Half a second before a train ends his pitiful life for good, Takemichi flashes back to that same day twelve years ago, when he was still dating Hinata Tachibana.

After being forced to relive the very same day that began his downward spiral, Takemichi meets Hinata’s younger brother. Without thinking, he admits to his seeming death before flashing back to the past. Takemichi urges him to protect his sister before inexplicably returning to the future. Miraculously, he isn’t dead.

Stranger still, the future has changed. It seems as though Takemichi can alter the flow of time. Given the chance to prevent his ex-girlfriend’s tragic death at the hands of the Tokyo Manji Gang, Takemichi decides to fly through time to change the course of the future.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Characters

Tokyo Revengers Character List

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Background :

Most members are middle-schoolers. The gang’s ethics include upholding every member’s honor and never stooping to act deplorably or cowardly.

The present-day Toman of one of the alternate timelines has since completely been warped by a few individuals. Now, the gang has become a full-fledged crime syndicate, committing every crime imaginable.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Deeper Story Details :

The gang’s initial identity was a grade-school biker friend group formed by six middle-school friends from schools around Tokyo.

Toman was founded on June 19 with Baji‘s idea of making their own gang in order to be able to fight the Black Dragons. Their gang was founded with the motto, “If one of us gets hurt, we’ll protect them… a gang that’s all for one, one for all.” [2]

Toman started out as a group of middle-schoolers: Mikey, Draken, Baji, Mitsuya, Pah-chin, and Kazutora. Back then, they rode their bikes around, searching for fun and just having a good time in general.

They would constantly banter and play pranks on each other, but it was all in good faith. In 2003, Mitsuya created the uniforms that would become the official Toman uniform a few years later and the iconic photo of the founders was taken.

A few days before Mikey’s birthday, Kazutora wants to steal a better bike for Mikey and convinces a begrudging Baji to go along with them. They almost steal the bike, but the shop owner catches them. To prevent themselves from getting arrested, Kazutora hits him with a wrench, but accidentally kills him. Kazutora snaps from the ordeal and is sent to a reform school. The naive and pure Toman was no more.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Structure :

Toman is led by Mikey and Draken as leader and vice-leader, respectively. There are five divisions which comprises around 20 guys each. [3]

  • First Division – This division is co-led by Keisuke Baji and Kazutora Hanemiya and at the time of the Gang’s foundation, was intended as an “attack unit”. Following the events of Valhalla, the First Division is now led by Takemichi Hanagaki.
  • Second Division – Led by Takashi Mitsuya, the second division was originally intended to be the gang’s “elite guard”.
  • Third Division – The third division is led by Pah-chin, the original Flag Bearer of the gang. The division seems to specialize in brute force.
  • Fourth Division – Led by Smiley, not much informations are knew about this division.
  • Fifth Division – The division led by Mucho, is a “special task division” that allowed infighting. They are considered Toman’s “Public Morality Council”. They can punish any traitors in Toman without the leader’s decree. [4]
  • Sixth Division – A temporary sixth division was created after the gang absorved the Moebius and Valhalla gang members. It was led by Shuji Hanma who previously had acted as leader of both rival gangs. After Hanma left Toman, he took his subordinates with him and the division was disbanded.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Founding Members :

Tokyo Revengers Founding Members

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Known Members :

Tokyo Revengers Known Members

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Former Members :

Tokyo Revengers Former Members

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Battles :

  • Toman vs. Moebius (Pa-chin, Mikey, Draken vs. Nobutaka Osanai); win
  • Toman vs. Moebius (Gang vs. Gang); win
  • Toman vs. Valhalla (Gang vs. Gang); win
  • Toman vs. Black Dragons (Takemichi, Mitsuya, Chifuyu, Mikey, Draken vs Black Dragons); win
  • Toman vs. Tenjiku (Gang vs. Gang); interrupted; win

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored  Trivia :

  • Manji (卍) – crux gammata is also known as swastika symbol, is an ancient religious icon in the cultures of Eurasia. It was used as a symbol of divinity and spirituality in Indian religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The name is derived from the Sanskrit svastika (meaning “welfare,” from su – “well” + asti “he is”).
    • As a symbol of prosperity and good fortune, the swastika was widely used throughout the ancient world (for example, appearing often on Mesopotamian coinage), including North and South America and has been used in Japan as a symbol of Buddhism since ancient times. To be precise, the symbol generally used by Japanese Buddhism is the sauvatika, which moves in a counterclockwise direction, and is called the manji in Japanese.
      • The arms of the swastika, which point in a clockwise direction (卐), are generally considered a solar symbol. It was this version (the hakenkreuz) that was perverted by the Nazis. The sauvastika generally stands for night, rituals and often for magical practices.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Review N°1 :

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored. Just a bunch of delinquents. Made my account just to write this review if that says anything. This show has me on the edge of my seat every episode. Can’t remember the last time I got this hyped up. Never thought I would get so hooked on this kind of a story; it’s not my usual.

Fantastic character development. I feel as though each character has meaning and is important. Perfect amount of action, comedy and romance to keep you engaged. Great plot and amazing pacing. The only real improvement I could even ask for is a bit better art. However that is just me comparing it to Ufotable, Inc. Loving everything about it. Definitely my favourite of this season.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored Review N°2 :

I didn’t know what to expect with this going on. From the way the thing started, it felt like a typical isekai opening.

Basically, useless nobody living a crap life starts to reminisce about his middle school glory days when he hears that his middle school girlfriend was killed by a Tokyo gang. Through a series of events, he ends up pushed in front of a train and wakes up in the body of his middle school self.

The rest of the plot revolves around him attempting to change the future to save his girlfriend, all while not being sure the whole thing isn’t an elaborate flashback/wish fulfillment fantasy taking place moments before his death.

It’s a pretty effective plot hook, while also tackling relatable issues, such as being embarrassed at how your younger self used to be, or pinpointing places/choices where your life went off the rails for the worse. I’m very much looking forward to future episodes.

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored 1St Official Trailer :

Tokyo Revengers Uncensored 2nd Official Trailer :

About Tokyo Revengers Uncensored:

The staff of Tokyo Revengers Uncensored:

  • Original – Ken Wakui
  • Director – Koichi Hatsumi
  • Series Composition – Yasuyuki Mutō
  • Character Design – Kenichi Ōnuki, Keiko Ōta
  • Sound Director – Satoki Iida
  • Music – Hiroaki Tsutsumi
  • Animation Production – LIDENFILMS

Cast of Tokyo Revengers Uncensored:

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Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Bandai Namco Pictures
21 episodes · TV Completed Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun 2nd Season, 魔入りました!入間くん
8.11

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2  (魔入りました!入, Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Season 2).

After many trials and tribulations, Iruma Suzuki is finally happily living among demons despite having to hide his true identity as a human. Even more so, he has now found his ambition in life: keep ranking up in this world!

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Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Before jumping to tv show Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2, here is the storyline of the first season:

Season One of the series Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2 first aired from October 5, 2019, to March 7, 2020, running for 23 episodes.

Suzuki Iruma, human, 14, one day finds himself taken against his will into the world of demons. To add to his predicament, his doting owner and self-appointed “Grandpa” is the chair-demon at his new school. In order to survive, Iruma must deal with a haughty student who challenges him to a duel, a girl with adjustment issues, and so many more scary beings!

Can this ultimate pacifist dodge the slings and arrows that are flung his way? As he struggles frantically, Iruma’s innate kindness begins to win over enemies.

Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Before watching Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2, Here is the Synopsis:

Season Two is the second season of the Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-Kun Season 2 (Mairimashita! Iruma-kun) anime series is currently airing, started from April 17, 2021, and runs for 21 episodes. After many trials and tribulations, Iruma Suzuki is finally happily living among demons despite having to hide his true identity as a human. Even more so, he has now found his ambition in life: keep ranking up in this world!

The chaotic school life continues!

Suzuki Iruma, human and deeply non-aggressive, one day becomes the grandson of the great demon Sullivan. Doted on beyond belief, Iruma starts school where “Grandpa” serves as the chair… and finds, to his surprise, that he enjoys life there with Asmodeus, Clara, and the rest of his demon classmates. But just when Iruma thought he’d fitted in, there’s more trouble ahead! A ring begins to talk, and Iruma… goes bad?! Iruma’s chaotic, demonic life at school continues!

However, that plan is halted when Iruma’s club is temporarily dismissed, and he is forced to be part of the student council, known for its strictness toward rowdy students. Its cold-hearted president is Amelie Azazel, Iruma’s friend. Although Iruma is not used to following their rigid schedule and many rules, he still wants to prove himself and help Amelie alongside all of the other members of the council.

But trouble arises when Amelie’s personality completely changes due to strange circumstances, putting the student council’s reputation in jeopardy. Will Iruma be able to save them and avoid having the whole school turn into pure chaos? Stay Tuned and Find Out!

 

Opening Theme Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Da Pump once again performed the series’ opening for the second season. It is called “No! No! Satisfaction!“.

Ending Theme Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Amatsuki performed the second series’ ending theme song “Kokoro Showtime” (ココロショータイム).

 

Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

 

Main Characters from Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

  • Iruma Suzuki (鈴木・入間 Suzuki Iruma)

Iruma is the main protagonist of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2. Iruma is a 14-year-old human boy who was sold by his parents to the Demon Lord Sullivan, who adopts him as his grandson. Iruma’s parents neglected him and sold him to a demon, so he was unable to attend normal school regularly in the human world. Now living in the Demon World, he goes to a demon school and has to hide the fact that he is human. Iruma is one of the candidates to become the next demon king.

These odd experiences helped him develop great adaptability, survival skills, and agility. Iruma is also very kind which makes him gullible to requests as he genuinely helps people even at his own inconvenience. He attends the demon school by concealing his true identity as a human.

Despite his earnest efforts to keep a low profile, he frequently stands out among his peers partly because of misunderstandings and also from Sullivan’s eccentricity. Iruma later learns to come to terms with his popularity; he becomes friends with Alice and Clara and they soon form an unlikely trio. He is highly admired by his fellow classmates and acquaintances.

During the Demon Rank placement exams, his rank was immeasurable because the ranking owl gave him the Ring of Gluttony and the Demonic Prophecy instead of a rank badge, so he was placed in the lowest rank: Aleph (Rank 1). After some initial deliberation, Iruma resolves to work hard to get promoted in rank and to make his new family proud. He wants to protect those he really cares for.

Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Welcome to Demon School Iruma Kun 2

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  • Ameri Azazel (アザゼル・アメリAzazeru Ameri)

Ameri is the main protagonist of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2 A fox-eared demon who is the student council president of Babyls. One of the few convinced humans exist, despite them only being myth in the Demon World, her theories are confirmed when she realizes Iruma to be one. Although she is dignified and is highly respected by the student population, she is also a girl who is secretly a fan of the human world, especially romance mangas.

Ameri was the first demon to suspect that Iruma is a human despite the common belief in Demon World that humans are mythical. She later confirms her suspicions and becomes friends with Iruma and develops strong feelings for him, although Iruma is not aware that she knows he is a human. Her rank is Vau (Rank 6), the highest of any student.

  • Clara Valac (ウァラク・クララWaraku Kurara)

Clara is one of the main deuteragonists of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2. She is friends with Iruma Suzuki and is known for her eccentricity and energetic goofball personality. A highly odd (even by demon standards) and energetic Valac girl who constantly wants to play.

Her bloodline ability allows her to pull out anything she has seen from her pockets, and she had to bribe other demons with snacks to play with her until she met Iruma. Iruma told Clara he doesn’t need anything since he truly enjoyed playing with her, which boosts Clara’s confidence and she soon becomes best friends with Iruma and Alice. She later also develops feelings for Iruma and vows to make Iruma enchanted by her.

  • Alice Asmodeus (アスモデウス・アリスAsumodeusu Arisu)

Alice is one of the main deuteragonists of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2. He is friends with Iruma Suzuki, though self-proclaimed loyal servant of the latter, and considered to have a great amount of magic and power. after he lost a battle to Iruma (who dodged all of his attacks) on his first day at Babyls. Primarily referred to by his family name or “Azz” for short.

His rank and power exceed those of most freshmen, and he has the ability to wield fire. He was the valedictorian of the freshman class, with the highest grades on the entrance exam. At first, he begrudgingly played with Clara upon Iruma’s request, but later also becomes her best friend. He is generally very calm, but when Iruma is involved, he becomes more emotional, even fighting with Clara so he can get Iruma’s attention.

  • Kalego Naberius (ナベリウス・カルエゴNaberiusu Karuego)

Naberius Kalego is one of the prestigious professors at Babyls Academy of Welcome to Demon School! 2, a school in the demon world. He is the homeroom teacher of the Abnormal Class, one of Suzuki Iruma’s teachers, as well as Iruma’s familiar after being contracted to him which is unbeknownst to him due to Iruma’s true nature as a human.

  • Sullivan (サリバンSariban)

Sullivan is the adoptive grandfather of Iruma and the principal of the Babyls Demon School. He is one of the Three Heroes, the most powerful and influential demons in society, and is a possible candidate for the new Demon King.

  • Opera (オペラ)

Opera is a security demon working as an assistant under Lord Sullivan as well as with Iruma Suzuki. They are often seen preparing and escorting Iruma for school, assisting Lord Sullivan in his work. Opera also lives in the same house in Sullivan’s mansion with Iruma and manages the laundry, cooking, timetabling, and transport for the two of them.

Watch Iruma Kun Bad Ass Moments at Welcome to Demon School! 2:

Side Characters from Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2

Abnormal Class Demons Characters from Welcome to Demon School! 2 series:

  • Subro Sabnock (サブノック・サブロSabunokku Saburo)
  • Keroli Crocell / “Akudol” Kuromu (クロケル・ケロリ / くろむKurokeru Kerori / Kuromu)
  • Jazz M. Andro (アンドロ・M・ジャズAndoro M Jazu)
  • Lied Shax (シャックス・リードShakkusu Rīdo)
  • Elizabetta Ix (イクス・エリサベッタIkusu Elizabetta)
  • Kamui Caim (カイム・カムイKaimu Kamui)
  • Picero Agares (アガレス・ピケロAgaresu Pikero)
  • Goemon Garp (ガープ・ゴエモンGāpu Goemon)
  • Schneider Allocer (アロケル・シュナイダーArokeru Shunaidā)

Other Demons Characters from Welcome to Demon School! 2 series:

  • Eiko (エイコ)
  • Western Johnny Zagan (ザガン・ジョニー・ウエスタンZagan Jonī Uesutan)
  • Quichelight Kimaris (キマリス・キッシュライトKimarisu Kisshuraito)
  • Kiriwo Amy (アミィ・キリヲAmii Kiriwo)
  • Shichirou Balam (バラム・シチロウBaramu Shichirou)
  • Ari (アリ)
  • Ronove Lomiere (ロノウェ・ロミエールRonōve Romiēru)

Interesting facts about Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-Kun Season 2:

  • Iruma is the only human who can collaborate with demons and is the sole summoner of demons instead of familiars.
  • The Japanese spelling of the name “Iruma” (入間) is almost identical to the Japanese spelling of “human” (人間).
  • Azazel Ameri knows that Iruma is a human and at times, has Iruma read her manga books. Also, she keeps it quiet, from everyone else, that Iruma is human.
  • Kalego’s catchphrase is Silence (粛に Shukuni).
  • Because of Lord Sullivan’s High Magic Capacity, he can sense when a high level is being cast, like when Kirio released the stored up energy of his pendent.
  • In demonology, Valac (also spelled as UalacValakValaxValuValic, and Volac) is a President of Hell, having 30 legions of demons under his command. He can give true answers about hidden treasures, reveal where serpents can be seen, and deliver them harmless to the summoner. He is depicted as a small boy with angel-like wings riding on top of a two-headed dragon.
  • In demonology, Naberius (also spelled as NaberusNebirosCerberus, and Cerbere) is a Marquis of Hell, having 19 legions of demons under his command. He can make men cunning in all arts (especially in rhetoric) and sciences, restore lost dignities and honors (also procure the loss of them according to some authors) and teach the art of gracious living.
  • Despite being a member of the Three Greats, Sullivan is not a Yodh-ranked demon. Lady Levi told him to “give up and rise to Yodh already”, meaning that while he has enough potential to be at rank Yodh, he refuses to do so on the basis that he would have to give up his position at Babyls Demon School, most likely because he would be urged to succeed the Demon King’s throne.
  • The demons who know that Iruma is human are Lord Sullivan, Opera, Azazel Ameri, Balam Sicirue, and Barbatos Bachiko as well as antagonists Ami Kirio and Baal.
  • Iruma is seen as a bit of a seducer by the boys in the abnormal class. This is due to him having very good relationships with multiple girls around him.
  • Ameri’s furry ears convey her emotions, when she is happy, her ears are up, if she is upset or sad, her ears are down.

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Reviews of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2:

1. Reviews of Welcome to Demon School! Season 2
May 29, 2021
flyro (All reviews)

Iruma’s season 2 keeps everything you love about the first season and comes into its own. Even if you’ve read the manga and think you don’t need to watch the anime, watch it. A bunch of great tiny bits is added to make the story flow better and add more depth to characters/tease stuff earlier.
More characters are introduced and kept, and almost all of them are as interesting and unique as the main trio.If you haven’t watched season 1 yet, watch it. This show is fucking great.Also, there’s an especially SPICY arc, a fan favorite. It is being done justice. Enjoy.
2. Review of Welcome to Demon School! Season 2
May 22, 2021
SpRayquaza11 (All reviews)

WHY is it so empty round here ?’

Anime has this big problem, most people tend to give their utmost attention to the debut season and all the enthusiasm dies by season 2 even if the show Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2 is really good.
mairimashita iruma kun seems to be suffering with the same fate as of late

I implore everyone who has watched season 1 of this underrated piece of art to give this season a chance this one of the very few anime that has not dropped in quality with the subsequent season

Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2 is a shounen anime but is very unique and bearable for any age since IT DOES NOT TRY TO TAKE ITSELF WAY TOO SERIOUSLY
just like all good new-gen shounen anime like JJK

the characters are original and funny but the sad part is the only character development you will witness is iruma or the president that however is of no issue since this is a comedy shounen with supernatural thrown in to add some interesting traits like evil cycle etc, unlike MOST SHOUNEN ANIME THE MC IS SUPER LIKABLE.

the old op’s and ed’s were way better than the current ones but that is because the old ones were that good this season is just average
VA is good a lot of popular VA get to have a lot of fun with these quirky characters and it is evident because you can feel the passion behind their work . The unique comic book style art is also pleasing to the eye.

Hell they even have good animation even though it is not action-focused anime (opera san dancing probably had more frames than sds season 3 and 4 combined)

I can’t write more without spoiling but there are some interesting arcs coming up so JUST GO AND WATCH SEASON 1 if you haven’t already or continue this one if you have I promise you won’t be disappointed about Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2.

3. Review of Welcome to Demon School! Season 2
May 29, 2021
YurioNeko (All reviews)

It beautifies the perception of the audience in a light, comic, and entertaining way through the story, characters, dialogue, and sound. It is truly a work of art as it gives strong emotions that the audience can relate to. Most of the time you will laugh at funny little actions and feel the light ambiance of its coolness and appreciation of life. The conversations are magical, the choice of words and delivery are truly heartwarming. And there are action and magic that make it more fantastic. Though I haven’t read the manga, these anime Welcome to Demon School! Iruma Kun Season 2 totally rocks the grand combination of comedy and magic, in addition to the beautiful selection of words. Indeed it is heartwarming, exciting, and magical. It is a masterpiece of its own genre.

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