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Netflix Unveils Tiger & Bunny 2 Anime’s Visual, April 2022 Worldwide Debut – News


Series is sequel to 2011 superhero series


Netflix revealed a new visual and the April 2022 worldwide debut date for the Tiger & Bunny 2 sequel during the company’s Netflix Festival Japan 2021 livestream on Tuesday. Netflix also stated the show’s first season is coming to the service.

The new anime will tell a new story set after the events of the Tiger & Bunny The Movie -The Rising- anime film.

A full list of returning cast members so far includes:

Mitsuko Kase (Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory) is directing the new anime at Bandai Namco Pictures. Masafumi Nishida is returning to handle series composition, and Masakazu Katsura is returning to design the characters.

The original Tiger & Bunny television anime series centers around heroes for hire — super powered beings known as NEXT who wear sponsor logos while fighting crime on live television.

Keiichi Satou (Karas director, The Big O character/mechanical designer) directed the anime, and Masafumi Nishida (live-action Kaibutsu-kun) wrote and oversaw the scripts. Manga artist Masakazu Katsura (Video Girl Ai, DNA², I”s, Zetman), a well-known fan of Batman and other superhero comics, created the original character designs.

The 2011 anime series spawned two anime movies: Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Beginning in 2012 and Tiger & Bunny The Movie -The Rising- in 2014. Viz released the television series, the films, and the tie-in manga in North America.

Ron Howard and Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment are producing a live-action Hollywood film adaptation of the anime. All Nippon Entertainment Works CEO Sandy Climan and Bandai Namco PicturesMasayuki Ozaki are also producing the film project. Imagine Entertainment President Erica Huggins is overseeing the project. The producers have hired Ellen Shanman as a scriptwriter. The film’s studio Global Road Entertainment filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware in September 2018. The filing affects the company’s film division, but its sales and television divisions will continue to operate.

Sources: Netflix Japan’s Twitter account, Netflix‘s anime Twitter account




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