Free! The Final Stroke movie pays tribute to 2022 finale with new poster art

Free! The Final Stroke Promotional poster
Free! The Final Stroke official poster. Pic credit: Crunchyroll

The Free! The Final Stroke movie commemorates the anime’s spectacular finale with a unique new poster!

Following the conclusion of the original series, Kyoto Animation began a special ending project for the Free! Iwatobi Swim Club franchise, to conclude the run with a pair of two new feature films.

The first of which was released in cinemas across Japan last year, and after a few delays, the second installment of this grand finale cinematic production is now available in theaters as well.

Free! The Final Stroke new poster

The second Free! The Final Stroke movie has been in Japanese theaters since April 2022. It’s been such a success for the franchise that the official Twitter page for the series is honoring the second film’s great premiere with a special new poster.

This new poster features all of the characters fans have grown to love throughout the franchise. Fans have to prepare to say farewell to this group after so many years together.

You can see the poster below:

As of this writing, no foreign release date for Free The Final Stroke film has been confirmed or set.

The silver lining is that there is still plenty of time to catch up with the initial TV anime run before the grand conclusion comes outside of Japan.

If you want to do so, Free! Iwatobi Swim Club is now available to stream on Crunchyroll.

Free! The Final Stroke story synopsis

Haruka was destroyed by Albert’s swimming, the “Odin of the Swim World,” after his first world tournament, and therefore lost his confidence. He was asked, “Why do you swim?” He was questioned about his relationship with the water and his role in the swimming world.

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Haruka descends into the gloom on his own, unable to find an explanation. Haruka picks a challenging special training exercise, committing himself totally to practice, motivated by a severe desire.

He is aware that he is overworking both his mind and body. His friends must trust in him and therefore have no option but to keep an eye on him.

Albert’s cruel and cold personality returns to him. “I’ve got to be quicker and stronger.”

He must confront Albert one more. The final stroke pierces the thick, frigid water. Friendship is strong. 

What are your thoughts on the Free! anime series coming to a close in this manner? Are you hoping to catch the last Free! films if you have the chance?

Let us know what you think about it in the comments!

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