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The Fable Anime Reveals 2nd Cour Visual, Trailer, Theme Songs and 4 New Cast Members

The Fable anime has revealed a new visual and trailer for the 2nd cour, along with the theme songs and 4 new cast members. The anime began on April 6 and is running for 2 consecutive cours. Disney+ is exclusively streaming the series worldwide, with Hulu streaming it in the US.

The new theme songs are “Switch” by UmedaCypher as the opening and “Beyond feat. Mari” by ALI as the ending. Both can be heard in the new trailer.

The Fable – 2nd Cour Anime Trailer

The new cast members include:

  • Takehito Koyasu as Hiroshi Suzuki
  • Chika Anzai as Hinako Saba
  • Shinshu Fuji as Rei Utsubo
  • Yoshihiro Kanemitsu as Tsutomu Isaki
The Fable – 2nd Cour Anime Visual

The same artists performed the theme songs for the first part of The Fable. ALI was in charge of the first opening theme “Professionalism feat. Hannya,” while UmedaCypher was in charge of the first ending “Odd Numbers.”

Tezuka Productions is animating the series, with Ryosuke Takahashi as the director. Yuya Takashima is in charge of the series composition and writing the screenplay with Mayumi Morita. Kyuma Oshita, Saki Hasegawa, and Junichi Hayama are the character designers.

The Fable is based on the manga series of the same name, written and illustrated by Katsuhisa Minami. It was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine from November 2014 to November 2019. A sequel titled The Fable: The Second Contact started in Weekly Young Magazine in July 2021. Kodansha USA has licensed the manga in English:
When you’re the infamous “genius killer” hitman The Fable, many things come easy. Being a normal person, however, isn’t one of them. In fact, being told that he can’t kill anyone for a while may just be the hardest job he’s ever taken…

The manga received a live-action film adaptation in June 2019, starring Junichi Okada, Fumino Kimura, Mizuki Yamamoto, and Kai Iwonaki, to name a few. The film is available for viewing on Netflix. A sequel film titled The Fable: A Hitman Who Doesn’t Kill premiered on June 18, 2021.

Source: Official Website
©Katsuhisa Minami, Kodansha/”The Fable” Production Committee

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