The studies are listed in its official catalog for the US and other English-speaking regions Toei animation listed the second season of the animated manga adaptation World trigger with a total of thirteen episodes. The distribution information for the Blu-ray / DVD compilation packs has not been published on the official website.
This second season has aired in Japan since January 9th and production of a third season is confirmed. Daisuke Ashihara began publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Since then, in 2013, he has been counting on several breaks due to his poor health.
- Morio Tanako is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Toei animation.
- Hiroyuki Yoshino is responsible for the composition of the series.
- Toshihisa Kaiya is responsible for the character design.
- Kenji Kawai is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.
- The boy band from South Korea, TOMORROW X TOGETHER plays the opening song entitled "Force". This topic was written by the band member Mrs. Green Apple, Motoko Ohmori. On the other hand the rock band Kami wa Saikoro wo Furanai leads the final topic entitled "Mirai Eigou".
World Trigger Synopsis
When the door to another world suddenly opens on Earth, the city of Mikado is occupied by strange creatures known as "neighbors", evil beings with traditional weapons. In response to this invasion, an organization known as the Border Defense Agency attacked the neighbors with weapons known as "triggers". Years after the battle began, the neighbors remain a threat and the agency's members remain on alert.
Despite this delicate situation, members in training like Osamu Mikumo are not allowed to use their triggers outside of headquarters. But when a mysterious student in his class is dragged into a forbidden area by bullies, the neighbors launch an attack and Osamu has no choice but to do what he sees fit. To her surprise, transfer student Yuuma Kuga quickly takes care of her, revealing that he's a neighbor in disguise.
Source: official page
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