‘BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-‘ Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

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‘BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-‘ Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

Warner Brothers. Japan reported on Monday that the new anime of Kazushi Hagiwara’s Knave!! – Weighty Metal, Dim Dream activity manga will get a second season that will debut on Netflix overall in 2023. The new anime is named Knave!! Ankoku no Hakaishin: Jigoku no Chinkonka-hen (Knave!! – Weighty Metal, Dull Dream Composition of Misery Circular segment).

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

Hagiwara drew an illustration to commemorate the announcement.

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

The new season will feature a returning staff. Warner Bros. Japan also revealed four new cast members.

Takuma Terashima as Joshua Berahia

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

Sho Hayami as Nils John Mifune

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

Junichi Suwabe as Yngwei von Mattström

'BASTARD!! -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy-' Anime Gets 2nd Season on Netflix This Year

Koji Yusa as Zion Sol Vanderverg

The anime’s initial segment, comprising of the initial 13 episodes, appeared on Netflix on June 30 around the world. The subsequent part including episodes 14-24 debuted on Netflix on September 15.

Hagiwara sent off the manga in Week after week Shonen Hop in 1988. The series has since had sporadic serialization in the magazine and later in Ultra Kicking off in 2001. Shueisha distributed the manga’s 27th assembled book volume in Walk 2012, and the series has more than 30 million duplicates available for use. Viz Media had delivered the manga in English, yet quit distributing the series with the nineteenth volume. The organization dropped its arrival of the twentieth volume in English.

The manga enlivened a six-episode unique video anime (OVA) in 1992-1993. Geneon Diversion (otherwise called Trailblazer) delivered the anime on home video.

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