The preview for To Your Eternity Season 2, episode 3 is now available on the official website. In last week’s episode, Fushi’s journey led him to have a reunion and farewell with an old friend.
This week, together with three preview images, the website teases how Fushi meets Kahaku, the sixth descendant of the Guardians, and decides to accompany them to different villages. One day, however, they are captured by a certain Prince Bonchien Nicoli la Tasty Peach Uralis, and are taken away to his kingdom. The episode is titled, “The Awaited.”
The next episode will air on Sunday, November 6, at 7:00 PM JST. It will later be available to watch on Crunchyroll, Bilibili, and Ani-one Asia with English subtitles. See the To Your Eternity Season 2 episode 3 preview video:
Studio Drive is animating the sequel, with Kiyoko Sayama as the director. Shinzo Fujita is on the series composition, Koji Yabuno is on character design, and Ryo Kawasaki is on the music. Reiji Kawashima and Kenjiro Tsuda will also reprise their roles as Fushi and The Beholder. Joining the voice cast is Tomori Kusunoki as Hisame, Mitsuki Saiga as Kahaku, and Takehito Koyasu as Bonchien Nicoli la Tasty Peach Uralis.
To Your Eternity is based on a manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Oima. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine in 2016 and now has a total of eighteen volumes. The first season of the anime by Studio Brain’s Base aired from April to August 2021. For the sequel, Studio Drive will be handling the animation and is listed to have 20 episodes. The official website describes the plot of season 2:
“In the beginning, Fushi was an “orb” cast unto Earth. As Fushi, he saw the passing of a little girl/mother figure, an extraordinary older brother, friends on the battlefield, and finally, an old woman – allowing him to grow into something akin to human. Decades have passed. Archenemy Nokker is again on the attack, and the world is in chaos. Fushi must break his long silence and rise. But wait. He can fight alone. But he cannot protect all, alone. Will he fight, knowing there will be new casualties, or… Fushi and his warriors embark on a battle to save the future.”
Source: Official Website
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