Key’s 1st Crossover TV Anime Kaginado Will get 2nd Season in April
The official web site for Kaginado (Key, And many others.), the primary crossover anime sequence that includes the franchises by Visible Arts‘ Key model, introduced on Wendesday that the anime will get a second season in April 2022.
The twelfth and ultimate episode of the anime’s first season premiered on Wednesday.
The Kaginado anime premiered on Tokyo MX on October 12. The anime is streaming in numerous areas worldwide by way of Crunchyroll, Funimation, HIDIVE, Wakanim, Aniplus-Asia, bilibili, and Muse Asia.
Kazuya Sakamoto (Tabi-Hani) directed the anime at LIDEN FILMS Kyoto Studio. Takashi Aoshima (Rewrite episode script author) was is the chief author, and penned the scripts alongside Kai and Tōya Okano. Eriko Haga is designing the characters. Kazunari Araki was credited for prop design. Yukihiro Shibutani was the artwork director, whereas Asami Kitsukawa was the colour designer. Tomoaki Suzuki was the compositing director of images. Kazuo Kajikawa was credited for modifying. Akane Maeda was the sound director. Tohoku Shinsha Studio was credited for sound manufacturing. Visible Arts/Key was credited for the music.
The chibi-character anime is a crossover of a few of Key’s hottest visible novel and anime titles, together with Kanon, Air, Clannad, Little Busters!, Rewrite, and planetarian.
Among the many franchises within the crossover anime, famous Key author Jun Maeda wrote the unique visible novels for all however Rewrite, and likewise labored on the music for all of them (together with Rewrite).
Kanon debuted in 1999, whereas Air debuted in 2000, and Clannad in 2004. Kanon had two tv anime diversifications: the primary by Toei Animation in 2002, and the second by Kyoto Animation in 2006. Kyoto Animation tailored Air right into a tv anime in 2005 as one among its first full productions as a studio, and Toei Animation additionally tailored it into an anime movie in the identical yr. Kyoto Animation additionally animated the 2007 tv anime of Clannad.
Little Busters! debuted in 2007, with J.C. Workers‘s anime adaptation premiering in 2012. Rewrite debuted in 2011, with the tv anime by 8-Bit premiering in 2016. planetarian additionally impressed an anime in 2016.