The Dangers in My Heart Season 2 revealed the opening and ending theme songs’ titles and artists on Tuesday. The band Atarayo will perform the opening theme song titled “Boku wa…,” while singer Kohana Lam, who previously performed the ending theme song “Suu Sentimental” for the anime’s first season, returns to sing the ending theme song “Koi Shiteru Jibun Sura Aiserunda.” The sequel is slated to premiere in January 2024.
Additionally, a newly drawn visual for the December 10 special event “Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu FAN FESTA 2023 ~karte12.5′ has been unveiled. The illustration depicts Kyotaro Ichikawa, Anna Yamada, Chihiro Kobayashi, Moeko Sekine, Serina Yoshida, and Honoka Hara dressed in casual clothes. The event will exclusively premiere the spin-off anime of the series.
The first season premiered in April of this year with Hiroaki Akagi as director. Jukki Hanada wrote the scripts and Masato Katsumata adapted the character designs from the manga. Hina Yomiya voiced Anna Yamada while Shun Horie played the role of Kyotaro Ichikawa. The Dangers in My Heart season 1 opening was performed by Yorushika.
The TV anime is based on the manga written and illustrated by Norio Sakurai which has been ongoing since 2018. Seven Seas Entertainment is licensing the title in English. HIDIVE and Bilibili are streaming the first season of the anime which premiered in April this year and the latter describes the series as follows:
Kyoutaro Ichikawa may have the appearance of a typical middle schooler, but his heart is filled with murderous fantasies. It is therefore not surprising that Anna Yamada, the class idol, is constantly on his thoughts as the person he wants to kill the most. He unintentionally starts a meeting with Yamada while reading alone in his favorite school library, and she shows up to sneakily feast on her favorite candies and sweets. Ichikawa learns how much of a ditz Yamada is via their conversations and is forced to cheer her on from the sidelines. Yamada herself can’t help but tease Ichikawa nonstop because of his agitated responses. The distant connection between the two deepens into something more than just library acquaintances as a result of a variety of touching daily interactions. Ichikawa might eventually understand that his violent fantasies have changed into something quite else.
Source: Official Website
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