On the official page for the animated manga adaptation of Daisuke Ashihara, World trigger, a new promotional image has been released for the third season of the project. The press release maintains the premiere date planned for next October in Japan and notes that on 15.

World trigger

For his part, Ashihara began publishing the manga World Trigger in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha in 2013. The manga was suspended from November 2016 due to Ashihara’s poor health and resumed in December 2018, this time in the magazine Jump SQ. From now on, the series would take several breaks for various reasons.

The piece inspired a 73-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. Toei animation, Headed by Mitsuru mushroom, Kouji Ogawa Yes Morio Hatano, released in October 2014. A second season has been on the air since last January 10th, with Crispy roll radiate in the west.

World trigger synopsis

When the door to another world suddenly opens on Earth, the city of Mikado is invaded 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 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 tyrants, the neighbors launch an attack and Osamu has no choice but to do what he thinks is right. To her surprise, transfer student Yuuma Kuga quickly takes care of her, revealing that he’s a neighbor in disguise.

Source: Comic Natalie

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