The second trailer PV for In/Spectre Season 2 anime was released, previewing an additional cast of characters.
In/Spectre Season 2 is scheduled to release in January 2023. The anime was supposed to premiere in October 2022, but was delayed due to “various circumstances.”
The new season was first announced back in November 2020 and a teaser PV released in November 2021 revealed a 2022 premiere. In March 2022, it was announced that the show will air in October 2022, but in May 2022, it was announced that the show is getting delayed due to “various circumstances.”
The trailer PV highlights returning and new characters, and previews the voices of the new characters. The trailer previews everybody’s favorite Yuki Onna and Masayuki Muroi.
Crunchyroll streamed a subtitled version of the In/Spectre Season 2 anime trailer PV at its panel at Anime Expo 2022. But the subtitled version is not available in Asia and some of Africa.
Here is the trailer PV released by the production team on the official In/Spectre Youtube channel:
Cast and staff
The new cast includes:
- Yuki Aoi (Madoka Kaname in Puella Magi Madoka Magica) as Yuki Onna
- Makoto Furukawa (Saitama in One Punch Man) will play Masayuki Muroi
The main cast of characters that are reprising their roles include:
- Akari Kito (Nezuko Kamado in Kimetsu no Yaiba) as Kotoko Iwanaga
- Mamoru Miyano (Light Yagami in Death Note) as Kurou Sakuragawa
Keiji Gotoh, best known for directing Kiddy Grade, is returning to direct In/Spectre Season 2 at Brain’s Base studio. Noboru Takagi (Baccano!) is once again in charge of the series scripts. Kentarou Matsumoto is taking over from Takatoshi Honda as the character designer and the chief animation director.
More about In/Spectre
In/Spectre, known in Japan as Kyoko Suiri, anime is based on the novel series of the same name written by Kyo Shirodaira with illustrations by Chasiba Katase. The first volume was illustrated by Hiro Kyohara.
Kyo Shirodaira has also written Zetsuen no Tempest (Blast of Tempest) and Spiral: Suiri no Kizuna (Spiral: Bond of Reasoning.)
In April 2015, a manga adaptation with art by Chasiba Katase was also released. The manga is published by Kodansha in the Monthly Shonen Magazine along with a digital release in Shonen Magazine R.
The first season of In/Spectre aired from January to March 2020 for 12 episodes. It was a Crunchyroll co-production and part of the Crunchyroll Originals slate.
You can check out this piece on our website to dive deep into the world of In/Spectre.
For more information on the series, you can visit the official In/Spectre anime website.