A renowned Japanese leaker confirmed that the second season of the anime adaptation of the manga was written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki, Beastarswill be published in January 2021.

For its part, Itagaki began to publish the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen champion from the publisher Akita Shoten The publisher published the twentieth volume on July 8th. The first season was premiered Netflix in Japan in October 2019 and also in the program block [+Ultra] of the Chanel Fuji TV one day later. The series debuted internationally in Netflix last March 13th.

Production team

  • Shinichi Matsumi (deputy director in Heisei Tanuki alleys Ponpoko, Kurenai no Buta;; Episode Director of Rurouni Kenshin, Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis) leads the series in the CG Anime Studio Studio Orange, (Houseki no Kuni, Dimension W.).
  • Nanami Higuchi (Small witch academy, Ninja Slayer from the animation) writes the scripts.
  • Nao Ootsu (Designer of firearms for Youjo Senki, secondary character designer of Banana fish) designs the characters.
  • Eiji Inomoto (Kantai collection, Spirit arise in the shell) is the managing director of CG. Satoru Kousaki (Wake up girl!, both seasons of Don't pray Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai, Monogatari series: second season) composes the music.

Synopsis for beastars

In a world populated by anthropomorphic animals, herbivores and carnivores coexist. For young people at the Cherryton Academy, school life is full of hope, romance, distrust and discomfort.

The main character in this story is Wolf Regoshi, a member of the Drama Club. Despite its threatening appearance, it has a very soft heart and character. For most of his life, he was always the subject of fear and hatred of other animals and was used to this lifestyle.

But soon he becomes increasingly busy with his classmates who have their own insecurities and realizes that his life in school will take a big turn.

Source: Ryokutya

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