Today's anime news is about Kancolle season 2 and Yowamushi pedal limit

The first news is about the 7th episode of the anime KanColle Season 2 will now air on February 12

By Sonu | Jan 22, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


The seventh episode of the second season of the KanColle anime will debut on February 12, according to the official KanColle: Itsuka Ano Umi de (Kan Colle Season 2: Let’s Meet at Sea) Twitter account, which made the announcement on Friday. As a result of “production issues,” the anime’s fourth episode was moved from November 24 to December 15. December 22 saw the release of the fifth episode, and January 19 saw the release of the sixth episode. Today’s anime news is about Kancolle season 2 and Yowamushi pedal limit

November 3 marked the anime’s debut in Japan. As the show airs, it is available to watch on Crunchyroll. The creators deliberately aimed to raise the quality by delivering a more condensed story with fewer episodes, hence the anime will only feature eight episodes (as opposed to the typical course television anime length of 11–13 episodes). Saki Fujita, Yumi Tanabe, Aya Suzaki, Yui Horie, Iori Nomizu, Yui Ogura, Risa Taneda, Kozue Hayasaka, Wakana Miyakawa, Mana Komatsu, Ayana Taketatsu, Yuki Yamada, Nao Tyama are among the voice actors for the anime.

The animation at ENGI is being directed by Kazuya Miura (DRAMAtical Murder, Full Dive, Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!). The anime’s screenplays are being written by Kensuke Tanaka, the franchise’s first writer. The characters are being created by Chika NMI. The music is written by Kaori Ohkoshi, and Yuichi Imaizumi is in charge of the sound.

The anime takes place in a world where humans no longer have control over the oceans and is based on a web browser game that was released in 2013. The armada of the Abyss is the danger that has taken over the seas. The only people who can stop this threat are Kan-Musu (Fleet Girls), girls who have the spirit of former naval ships.

In January 2015, the first 12-episode TV anime series debuted. Crunchyroll streamed the show as it aired in Japan. In June 2017, Funimation published the show on DVD and Blu-ray Disc with English dubs and subtitles. In Japan, the Kantai Collection: KanColle movie debuted in November 2016 and by March 2017 had brought in 560 million yen (about $5 million USD).

The second news is about New Video Teases Yowamushi Pedal Limit Break Anime’s Second Part

Yowamushi Pedal Limit Break, the fifth season of Wataru Watanabe’s Yowamushi Pedal anime, has a new promotional video that TOHO animation started streaming on Friday. The video offers a sneak peek at the second season of the anime (a quarter of a year). The new opening theme song “Last Scene” by Novelbright and the new closing theme song “Action” by Daiki Yamashita and Ysuke Saeki/Saeki YouthK are also featured in the video. On October 9, NHK broadcast the anime’s debut. As the show airs, it is available to watch on Crunchyroll.

The series will once again be directed by Osamu Nabeshima, and scripts will once again be written by Kurasumi Sunayama (Bakuon!!). Character design is being handled once more by Yukiko Ban (Yowamushi Pedal movie), and bike design is being handled by Hiroyuki Horiuchi. To write the song, Kan Sawada is back. The animation is being made once more by TMS Entertainment. The first opening theme song by 04 Limited Sazabys was “Keep going,” while the first closing theme song by Novelbright was “PRIDE.”

The anime television series’ first season debuted in 2013. Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road, the title of the second season, debuted in Japan in 2014 and continued until March 2015. The third season of the television show, titled Yowamushi Pedal New Generation, debuted in January 2017. The fourth season of Yowamushi Pedal Glory Line began airing in January 2018. All four seasons were available for streaming on Crunchyroll when they were broadcast.

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In 2008, Wataru Watanabe published the first issue of the Yowamushi Pedal manga in Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shnen Champion publication. Sakamichi Onoda, an otaku at Shoku High School, is the main character of the original manga’s plot. He had such a passion for video games and anime that he would pedal 90 kilometres (about 60 miles) after school on his commuter bicycle to and from Tokyo’s Akihabara shopping area. When Onoda comes into contact with his school’s cycling team, his life is forever altered, and he ultimately decides to take up the competitive sport of bicycle racing. The English translation of the manga is being published by Yen Press.

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