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Produced in Abyss, the season 2 finale gets a preview

The finale of Produced in Abyss Season 2 (The golden city of the hot sun) received a preview ahead of its September 28 air date. As with the first season, we get a double-episode finale. There was no new episode last week, but we left off with Faputa discovering her desire. The upcoming episode is titled “gold” and preview images for it are now available:

The plot of the episode is described as follows:
Riko, Reg and Nanachi evacuate with Magickaja and the others through the collapsing Hollow Village. On their way out, they are confronted by Wazukyan, who has collapsed and is unable to move. He asks Rico if she’s happy to be there and then goes on to talk about what he wanted to accomplish. Meanwhile, Faputa, who has been exposed to various new memories and values, once again challenges the creatures that attack the village so that she can fulfill her role.

The episode’s staff includes:

  • Screenplay: Hideyuki Kurata
  • Storyboard: Masayuki Kojima
  • Episode Director: Masayuki Kojima, Hitoshi Haga
  • Animation Directors: Kuniyuki Ito, Rie Omori, Rena Kawasaki, Miki Takemoto, Hironori Tanaka, Shiori Tani, Kenji Terao, Isamu Fukushima, Hanako Mitsubachi, Emi Yamazaki and more

Kinema Citrus animated the sequel to the anime adaptation of Akihito Tsukushi’s manga. Theme songs for the season include “Katachi” by Azuna Ruko (opening) and “An endless hug” by Myth & Roid (end).HIDINGstreams the entire anime series and describes the plot of the second season as:
There is no turning back for Rico, Reg and Nanachi, and the only way forward is to the bottom of the Abyss. However, the three friends are not the first to enter the unknown. What happened to all the other explorers who braved the Abyss?

source:Official site
©Akihito Tsukushi, Takeshobo/Made in Abyss The Golden City of the Hot Sun Production Committee

Hikari Mikadzuki

Bonjour, je m'appelle Hikari ! Je suis une étudiante qui aime colorier et dessiner, lire et écrire. J'aime la musique classique, les bandes sonores et les films (surtout les anime).

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