Written and illustrated by on the official Twitter account for the animated adaptation of the manga Yasuhisa Hara, kingdomA new promotional image has been released for the third season of the project. The statement confirmed that the series will resume broadcasting in Japan from the first episode on April 4.

The series premiered in Japan in April 2020 and ceased to air new episodes after the fifth on April 26, 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on production. The production committee had previously announced that the series would resume in the spring season.

For her part, Hara began to publish the Kingdom Manga in the magazine Weekly young jump from the publisher Shueisha The publisher published the fifty-ninth compilation volume on September 18 and will publish the sixtieth on December 18. The plant recently had more than 70 million copies in circulation.

Production team

  • Kenichi imaizumi ((Gokukoku no Brynhildr, Houkago Saikoro Club, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!) is responsible for the direction of the anime in Signpost in the studio.
  • Noboru Takagi ((Baccano!, Durarara !!, Golden Kamuy) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Hisashi Abe ((Berserk, Devil May Cry, Petshop of horror) is responsible for the character design.
  • BiSH plays the opening song entitled "TOMORROW" while Water grass plays the final song entitled "Deep Inside".

Kingdom synopsis

During the "Warring States" period in ancient China (421-221 BC) Shin and Hyou were orphans of war in the Kingdom of Qin. You dream of proving yourself on the battlefield one day.

However, one day Hyou is brought to the palace by a minister. Hyou ends up on the losing side of a power struggle and barely manages to return to his village alive. For his part, Shin meets a boy very similar to Hyou named Ei Sei, who is initially the King of Qin and who will become Emperor Shi Huangdi in the future.

Source: Comic Natalie

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