Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End reveals main trailer and theme songs

The upcoming Frieren: Beyond the Journey’s End anime has revealed a new trailer along with the opening and ending theme songs. The opening theme will be performed by YOASOBI titled ‘Yuusha’ while the ending theme ‘Anytime Anywhere’ will be performed by milet. The series premieres on September 29 with a two-hour special.

Frieren: Beyond the Journey’s End trailer

Studio Ludnitsa (A place beyond the universe) animated the series with Keiichirou Saito (Boki the Rock!) as director. Other personnel include Tomohiro Suzuki (One Punch Man) as screenwriter, Evan Cole (Violet Evergarden) as music composer and Reiko Nagasawa (bar op. Fate) as character designer. Meanwhile, Atsumi Tanezakiis voicing the titular character Frieren, and the rest of the cast consists of Nobuhiko Okamoto as Himmel, Hiroki Tochi as Heiter, Yoji Ueda as Eisen, Kana Ichinose as Fern, and Chiaki Kobayashi as Stark. The series recently revealed a preview consisting of the new party.

The anime is based on the manga written by Kanehito Yamada and illustrated by Tsukasa Abe. It has been serialized in Shogakukan Weekly Shonen Sunday’s Shōnen magazine since April 2020.Viz Medialicensed the manga in English and described the plot as follows:
The elf mage Friren and her brave fellow adventurers have defeated the Demon King and brought peace to the land. After the great fight is over, they all go their separate ways to live a peaceful life. But as an elf, Friren, nearly immortal, would long outlive the rest of her former group. How will he come to terms with the mortality of his friends? How can she find fulfillment in her own life and can she learn to understand what life means to those around her? Frieren begins a new journey to find the answer.

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