Kodoani.com – Kadokawa posted the first trailer for KanColle: Itsuka Ano Umi de (Kan Colle: Someday in that Sea), the second season of the Kan Colle anime, on Friday. The trailer first debuted during last Saturday’s AnimeJapan 2022 event and previous events.
Kadokawa revealed that the anime will only have eight episodes (as opposed to a typical 11-13 episode television anime), as the producer specifically wanted to enhance the quality by telling a more concise story with fewer episodes. than.
Dàn lồng tiếng của anime bao gồm Saki Fujita, Yumi Tanabe, Aya Suzaki, Yui Horie, Iori Nomizu, Yui Ogura, Risa Taneda, Kozue Hayasaka, Wakana Miyawaka, Mana Komatsu , Ayana Taketatsu , Yuki Yamada và Nao Tōyama .
Kazuya Miura (DRAMAtical Murder, Full Dive, Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!) will direct the anime at ENGI . Kensuke Tanaka, the franchise’s original author, is writing the script for the anime. Chika Nōmi is designing the characters. Kaori Ohkoshi is composing the music, while Yuichi Imaizumi is the sound director.
Publisher Kadokawa reported financial results in November 2019 that the “second season” of the Kan Colle television anime is still in production. Kadokawa told C2 Kikan in January 2021 that the second season will air in 2022.
The anime is based on a web game released in 2013, set in a world where humanity has lost control of the seas. The threat that had taken over the seas was the Abyssal fleet. The only ones who can stand up to this threat are Kan-Musu (Fleet Girls), girls who possess the spirit of naval ships from the old days.
The first 12-episode television anime series premiered in January 2015.
The final episode of the first television anime series revealed in March 2015 that the television anime would get a sequel. The anime’s official Twitter account indicated in August 2015 that the franchise’s film project and the sequel were separate projects being produced at the same time.
The Kantai Collection movie -KanColle- opened in Japan in November 2016 and grossed 560 million yen (about US$5 million) in March 2017.