Atsushi Ohkubo, the worldwide famous creator of the Fire Force manga has uncovered on his Dark Souls livestream on December 31 that his Fire Force manga will end in a couple chapters, and that he has two chapters left to draw.
He likewise affirmed that the manga will end in around two volumes, which would be the 34th volume.
The manga entered its last story arc in October 2021.
Fire Force Season 2 anime’s new opening theme is performed by KANA-BOON and is named Torch of Liberty.
The anime’s new ending theme song is named Desire and is performed by Pelican Fanclub.
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Fire Force anime’s second season premiered on July 3rd and it is listed with 24 episodes.
Anime‘s cast members include:
- Yūki Ono as Takagi Oze
- Kousuke Toriumi as Hajiki
- Takahiro Sakurai as Yuichirō Kurono
- Miyuri Shimabukuro joins as Kasugatani Inka, who is a thrill-seeker who hates boredom.
- Makoto Furukawa joins as Ogun Montgomery, who is a Company 4 member who is always considerate of his colleagues.
- Daisuke Ono joins as Pan Ko Paat, who is the captain of the Fire Force Company 4 who was also Shinra and Arthur’s instructor at the Fire Force academy.
- Miyuri Shimabukuro as Kasugatani Inka
- Makoto Furukawa as Ogun Montgomery
- Daisuke Ono as Pan Ko Paat
Anime‘s staff includes:
- Tatsumi Minakawa as the Director and Series’ Supervisor
- Hideyuki Morioka and Yoshio Kosakai as Chief Animation Director
- Neito Hirohara is joining Hiroyuki Ohkaji and Tsutomu Matsuura as Main Animators
- Kazunori Miyazato as Art Director
- Shin’ya Takano as CGI director
- Animation Studio David Production
- Kazuhiro Miwa as Chief Animator
- Naoko Satou as Color Designer
- Yousuke Motoki as Director of Photography
- Ryō Ōhashi for VFX
- Kiyoshi Hirose as Editor
- Jin Aketagawa as Sound Director
- Kenichiro Suehiro as Composer
The first season of the anime debuted from July 5 to December 27, 2019 on the Super Animeism block.
Fire Force is a Japanese shōnen manga arrangement composed and outlined by Atsushi Ōkubo. It is distributed by Kodansha and has been serialized in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine since September 23, 2015, with the sections gathered into twenty-three tankōbon volumes as of May 2020.
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