Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Episode 12 celebrated by creator’s new finale art

Komi making the smile gesture to Tadano.
Komi makes a smile gesture to Tadano. Pic credit: Studio OLM

Komi Can’t Communicate season 2 has concluded in Japan, and the series’ creator has revealed some unique new artwork to mark the event!

When the first season based on Tomohito Oda’s original manga series concluded in 2021, it was shortly announced that a second season would begin in 2022. It finished its run in Japan along with many other Spring 2022 anime series, despite being one of the most anticipated returns of the Spring 2022 anime calendar overall.

Overall, fans are experiencing a bittersweet moment.

Komi Can’t Communicate author’s new artwork

While the Netflix broadcast outside of Japan is still a few episodes away from completion, the 12th and last episode (and 24th overall) of Komi Can’t Communicate has finally aired in Japan. Unfortunately, no news of a third season is available as of this writing.

However, the finale this time included a unique new illustration from original series creator Tomohito Oda applauding fans for watching the anime so far. You can see it below, as shared on Oda’s personal Twitter account:

New illustration by Komi Can't Communicate author, for the season 2 finale.
A new illustration by Komi can’t communicate author to commemorate the season 2 finale. Pic credit: Tomohito Oda

Komi Can’t Communicate, directed by Kazuki Kawagoe for OLM studios, is currently available on Netflix. A few episodes of the second season are still to show. New faces were introduced to the cast in the new episodes.

They include Katsuyuki Miura as Shisuto Naruse, Minami Takahashi as Ayami Sasaki, Shotaro Uzawa as Chusaku Kometani, Fumiko Uchimura as Mikuni Kato, and Shinchiro Kamio as Makoto Katai.

The anime’s new opening theme is “Ao 100 Iro,” performed by Miko Ito. The new ending theme is “Koshaberi Biyori,” performed by FantasticYouth.

Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 recap

Komi Can’t Communicate may appear ridiculous or silly on the surface, yet it is far from it. It’s a story about being yourself around others. A narrative about opening the doors of your mind and life to those you care about, and how you may better yourself one step at a time to become the best version of yourself. Komi Can’t Communicate is superior than any self-help book available.

Season one of Komi Can’t Communicate established it as one of 2021’s best new shows. Komi and her serious desire to have friends, but also her inability to make them, captivated audiences all over the world. Some people have the ability to converse with others from birth. It’s very great.

This second season delves into Komi and Tadano’s psychic as their friendship grows closer and more significant to each other. They even reach some extremely sweet love potential. Both characters develop at a rapid pace. It’s wonderful to see them aiding each other both within and outside of school. They are becoming a part of each other’s lives, and for those looking for a romance that is different from what we are used to seeing, this is your romantic fix.

The animation and general production of the show are among the series’ high points. OLM has created something quite stunning here. The comedic sections are tenfold increased by incredible editing and superb animation. These sections can switch between different forms of animation in a second to give the joke the proper tone. Season 2 of Komi Can’t Communicate continues to give more of what we desired. The character’s growth is modest, but it is present. It’s lovely to witness all of these characters move through their adolescence and grow into wonderful persons.

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