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Our Last Crusade Anime Sequel Announced

The popular anime Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World is officially getting a sequel. The first season of the show ended on December 23, 2020, with a total of 12 episodes. There is still no information regarding the release date of the sequel.

You can check the official announcement below:

Our Last Crusade anime sequel announcement

In addition, the official Twitter account of Fantasia Bungko announced that the 12th volume of the original light novel series will be released on October 20, 2021. The story is on its final arc now.

Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World volume 12 cover

The cover of the volume features Eve Nebulis.

Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World Details

Kei Sazane started writing the Japanese light novel series Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World in May 2017. Fujimi Shobo is currently publishing the novel and it has 11 volumes available. Hakusensha serialized a manga adaptation from May 2018 until March 2021 with Okama’s illustrations. The manga has a total of 7 volumes in circulation.

SILVER LINK (Strike the Blood series) animated the show’s first season. Both Shin Oonuma (Chivalry of the Failed Knight) and Mirai Minato (Great Jhay) directed it.

Love is a battlefield
For years, a great war has raged on between the scientifically advanced Empire and a paradise of witches known as the Nebulis Sovereignty. This age-old battle sets the scene for a fateful encounter between two young combatants: an imperial swordsman, Iska, and the witch princess, Aliceliese. As sworn enemies, they vow to cut each other down in order to unite their worlds, and yet Iska finds himself entranced by her beauty and righteousness, while Aliceliese is moved by his strength and resolve. In the midst of a never-ending war that forbids them from being together, they have no choice but to destroy each other-or can they find another way?

Yen Press

Source: Official Twitter
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