Wednesday, July 29

Owari in the Seraph 2nd (season of October (autumn) of 2015)

The editorial department of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine announced on Thursday that a TV anime adaptation of novelist Takaya Kagami (The Legend of the Legendary HeroesA Dark Rabbit Has Seven Lives), manga creator Daisuke Furuya, and manga artist Yamato Yamamoto's (Kure-naiSeraph of the End (Owari no Seraph) manga has been green-lit. The staff noted that the animation studio, the cast, and other details will be announced at a later time.

title: Owari in the Seraph 2nd
alternate title: Synonym: Seraph of the End | Japanese: 終わりのセラフ | Abbreviation
format: TV series (second season)
genre: action, Drama, mystery, Supernatural (second Baka-Updates Manga)
original work:-5 Manga volumes (ongoing) (8/31/2014)
target audience of original work: Shounen (according to Wikipedia-EN)
Publisher (Label): Jump Comics
written by: Takaya Kagami 
official website:
Studio: WIT Studio (Shingeki on Kyojin, Hoozuki in Reitetsu, The Rolling Girls):
Director: Daisuke Tokutsuchi script
Supervisor : Hiroshi Seko
Character Design: Satoshi Kadowaki
air date: 10/2015 Network:-
prediction of number of episodes: 1 cour (typically 11 to 13 episodes):

further information: [Wikipedia (EN) |  | MyAnimeList | AnimeNewsNetwork | AniDB]

The story takes place in a world where an unknown virus has killed the entire human population except for children. Those children were then enslaved by vampires. The manga centers on Yuichiro Hyakuya, a human who dreams of becoming strong enough to kill all vampires.
Yamamoto and Kagami launched the dark fantasy series in Shueisha's Jump Squaremagazine in fall 2012. Shueisha is publishing the sixth volume on September 4, and new volumes have regularly ranked on Oricon's top 50 chart. Viz has licensed the manga in English for its digital Weekly Shonen Jump anthology.
Takaya Kagami's light novel series Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu (The Legend of the Legendary Heroes) and Itsuka Tenma no Kuro-Usagi (A Dark Rabbit Has Seven Lives) both spawned anime adaptations in 2010 and 2011, respectively. Funimationlicensed and released The Legend of the Legendary Heroes in North America, whileCrunchyroll streamed A Dark Rabbit Has Seven Lives in various countries as it aired in Japan.
source: AnimeNewsNetwork 

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