Several new anime are coming, including Tokyo Avengers and Sasaki and Miyano.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the previous seasons of mentioned shows.
New year, new anime - January and February 2023 will be filled with exciting new shows, long-awaited second seasons of old movies, and even some theatrical flicks across all styles and genres.
From the rising stakes of Tokyo Avengers season 2's underworld drama to Sasaki and Miyano's further deepening high school romance in the movie sequel, there's something for every anime fan in the next season. At the beginning of the new year, all audiences were taken by surprise.
Way Of The Househusband Season 2 (January 1)
This adaptation of Kosuke Ohno's hit manga took the anime world by storm during its spring 2021 season, chronicling the life of former yakuza boss Tatsu. Even though he has given up the criminal activities of family life with his beloved wife, Miku, he still carries out his daily struggles as if it were high-stakes yakuza affairs.
Season 2, which will begin streaming on Netflix on January 1, will continue with slices of life, allowing viewers to see more of Tatsu's interactions with his wife, former colleagues who joined him after retirement, and neighbors who still haven't joined him. I don't know what to think of him.
Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4 (January 4)
Atsushi Nakajima, a cowardly orphan with shape-shifting abilities Transform into a giant tiger and be taken to the Armed Detective Agency to join their ranks of super-powered crime solvers. As Atsushi grows braver and stronger, the challenges he and his friends must face will only grow greater.
Continuing one of the best animated adaptations of classic literature, season 4 presents several harrowing situations for the agency as they are hunted by police and the military for crimes they didn't commit. Bungou Stray Dogs is available on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Funimation.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 (January 7)
Subtitled Christmas Showdown, the second season continued the hard-fought battle of Takemichi, one of the strongest anime characters to travel through time. In order to save his girlfriend and himself from dying in the future, Budo must reach the top of the Tokyo Manji gang in the past.
After the gripping finale of season one, Budo's greatest enemy, Kisaki, will apparently begin to act more directly, and the secrets of Budo's power and Kisaki's grudge against him will begin to come to light. Fans can watch it exclusively on Disney+ starting January 7.
Nier Automata Ver1.1a (January 7)
One of the hottest games of 2017, Nier Automata is coming to the small screen again In this adaptation, the story of a mortal battle between robots and alien machines for the fate of Earth and all of humanity is retold.
The animation will showcase the stunning visuals and action sequences the game is famous for, while purportedly giving certain characters more screen time than in the game, which should be a treat for loyal fans. It's available to watch on Crunchyroll starting January 7.
Trigun Stampede (January 7)
Trigun's original run ended in 1998, and its final film, Badlands Rumble, aired in 2010 (both films are now available on Hulu). Now, Studio Orange is bringing the classic show back into the spotlight with Trigun Stampede, which you can watch on Crunchyroll.
Stampede is a computer-animated reboot based on Yasuhiro Nightow's original manga. According to producer Katsuhiro Takei, the show will focus more on the depth of powerful and peaceful hero Vash the Stampede, his origins, and his relationship with his twin brother and adoptive mother (via Anime News Network).
Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro! Season 2 (January 8)
Seniors still can't get a break in this rom-com, one of summer 2021's biggest hits. Former Hayase Nagatoro After discovering her senior's secret love for art, she quickly develops a crush on him. But unfortunately for Senpai, Nagatoro shows his love through relentless bullying.
The subtitled "Second Offense" between Nagatoro and Senpai's faltering rivalry-friendship-romance deepens in season two as Senpai's confidence steadily grows with Nagatoro's unconventional support. Fans can watch it on Crunchyroll starting Jan. 8.
Vinland Saga Season 2 (January 9)
Vinland Saga's first season didn't end well for Thorfinn: when Askeladd died in his own way, not only did he not join the ranks of anime's best revenge plots, he died by Canute's blade instead of his own, But his subsequent attempt to kill Canute also failed, and he was captured.
Following this twist, viewers were eager to see where this dark turn would lead the angry young Viking. They can watch his story continue to unfold on Netflix and Crunchyroll starting Jan. 9.
BOFURI Season 2 (January 11)
BOFURI, short for "I don't want to get hurt, so I'll give it my all!", takes a simple concept and makes it work with a twist: New to virtual reality games, worried about getting hurt in-game, put all your points in Defensively, unknowingly reached Some of the most powerful abilities in the game.
Season 2 continues to follow Maple, who unexpectedly becomes one of the best players in the world as the only player with a perfect score on defense as she joins her new allies in further exploring the game and her team's own potential. Fans can catch them on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation starting January 11.
Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales Of The Macabre (January 19)
The final anime adaptation of Junji Ito's legendary horror manga may be one of the creepiest body horrors in anime, but even with an accurate adaptation of his story, it still fails to capture the depth and depth of Ito's original art. strength.
Maniac claims to be closer to Ito's genre-defining style, as it adapts 20 of Ito's best works, including some never-before-seen anime, such as "Hanging Balloons". Fans can watch it on Netflix starting January 19. ^Sasaki and Miyano's first season is a Winter 2022 favorite. After a chance encounter with the tough and mysterious Sasaki, Miyano becomes involved with him, as Miyano's crush on the BL manga deepens their initial relationship into their own romance.
Sasaki And Miyano: Graduation Chapter (February 17)
Graduation Chapter will not only continue the story of Sasaki and Miyano, but will also be released alongside Hirano and Kenura, a spin-off short film based on supporting characters from the show. While its Japanese theatrical release is scheduled for February 17, it remains unclear when or if it will receive an English version. Meanwhile, fans can watch original shows on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
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