On the official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by yoshitoki ooima, Fumetsu no Anata e (To your eternity) it was announced that the series will have a third season to adapt the "This World" arc of the story that follows the manga. At the moment no production details or release date have been given for this new sequel. The 20th and final episode of the second season aired in Japan on Sunday.

To celebrate this announcement, a promotional image featuring Fushi was released.

Fumetsu no Anata

The first twenty-episode season aired during the season of Spring 2021 (April-June)while the second began airing in October 2022 and ended in March 2023. crispy roll took care of the distribution in the west. yoshitoki ooima publishes the original manga through the magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine from the publisher kodansha since November 2016.

Summary of Fumetsu no Anata e

A sphere known only as "It" is shot to earth to be observed from afar. Able to transform beings whose reflections it captures, it transforms first into a rock and then, due to the rise in temperature, into moss. He is unable to move until one snowy day a wolf barely walks by on death's door. Assuming the form of the beast, he becomes aware of his existence and begins to wander with an unclear goal in mind. He soon meets the master of the wolf, a young man awaiting the return of his tribe from a paradise full of fish and fruit in the south. Although the boy feels lonely, he still hopes that his loved ones have not forgotten him and that one day he will be reunited with them.

The boy wants to explore a new environment and decides to leave home with "It" to follow in the footsteps of his tribe to find paradise. But what will become of the boy who is badly injured and cannot see his older comrades? Fumetsu no Anata and illustrates the story of an immortal being that experiences humanity and meets all sorts of people in many places over time.

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