Drifters Season 2 Announced

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Anime fans rejoice, our favourite slice and dice anime is coming back to give us a bloody great time. The sequel for Drifters has been officially announced.

The follow is part of an article that can be found on Anime News Network

In an interview published in the November issue of Shonengahosha‘s Young King Ours magazine on Saturday, Drifters director Kenichi Suzuki said that the sequel for the anime series will start with a release of episodes 13 and 14 on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Suzuki added that episode 13 will feature a dispute between Saint-Germi and Nobunaga.

The package release will also include a revised version of episodes 10-12 with several additional cuts as a bonus. Suzuki said that the schedule was “intense” for the anime’s second half and there were parts the staff couldn’t correct before the episodes aired.

The December issue of Young King Ours will reveal more information about the anime’s sequel when it ships on October 30.

The 12th and final episode of the Drifters television anime in December featured an end card that teased a second season in “20XX.” The final episode also showed an end card for “Act 13 Rewrite.”

The anime celebrates the 70th anniversary of Shonengahosha, the publisher of the original manga by Kouta HiranoKenichi Suzuki (JoJo’s Bizarre AdventureJoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders series director) directed the anime. Hideyuki Kurata (The World God Only KnowsTokyo RavensMaria the Virgin Witch) handled the series composition and wrote the scripts. Yousuke Kuroda (Hellsing UltimateGungrave) also wrote the scripts along with Kurata. Ryoji Nakamori (Hellsing Ultimate) designed the characters and also served as chief animation director

The anime celebrates the 70th anniversary of Shonengahosha, the publisher of the original manga by Kouta HiranoKenichi Suzuki (JoJo’s Bizarre AdventureJoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders series director) directed the anime. Hideyuki Kurata (The World God Only KnowsTokyo RavensMaria the Virgin Witch) handled the series composition and wrote the scripts. Yousuke Kuroda (Hellsing UltimateGungrave) also wrote the scripts along with Kurata. Ryoji Nakamori (Hellsing Ultimate) designed the characters and also served as chief animation director

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