Kaguya-sama: Love is War, the romantic comedy anime debuted with its first season on 2019 Spring and conquered that anime season with its refreshing story and all the perfectly developed characters.
Fans were so excited after they found out that a continuing season was confirmed for Spring 2020 and besides the first seasons story, the second one looks like gonna be more active with its occasions.
In any case, a significant explanation that first season was a hit directly off the bat was its shockingly spy film like opener, Love Dramatic feat. Ihara Rikka which is performed by Masayuki Suzuki, Rikka Ihara, and Yoshiki Mizuno. It intrigued fans so much that the subsequent season had a serious obstacle to defeat with its own opening, and the Season 2 debut episodehighlighted this new opening as a major aspect of the end credits.
The anime’s second season’s opening theme is titled “DADDY! DADDY! DO!” and brings back Masayuki Suzuki to play out the melody close by Airi Suzuki. While the initial succession doesn’t have a similar measure of drama as the first season, the new melody is unquestionably going to prompt a great deal of discussions with respect to which is the better of the two. Check it out below:
Anime’s cast members include:
- Miyu Tomita as Miko Iino
- Rina Hidaka as Kobachi Osaragi
- Aoi Koga as Kaguya Shinomiya
- Makoto Furukawa as Miyuki Shirogane
- Konomi Kohara as Chika Fujiwara
- Ryōta Suzuki as Yū Ishigami
Anime’s staff include:
- Mamoru Hatakeyama as director
- Yasuhiro Nakanishi as the script supervisor
- Yūko Yahiro as the character designer
- Kei Haneoka as a composer
- Studio: A-1 Pictures
The first season of the anime debuted on January 12 and disclosed for 12 episodes. Aniplex of America spilled the arrangement on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and FunimationNow. The organization additionally discharged the anime on Blu-ray Disk on February 18.
Viz Media describes the manga series:
“Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane are two geniuses who stand atop their prestigious academy’s student council, making them the elite among the elite. But it’s lonely at the top and each has fallen for the other. There’s just one huge problem standing in the way of lovey-dovey bliss—they’re both too prideful to be the first to confess their romantic feelings and thus become the “loser” in the competition of love! And so begins their daily schemes to force the other to confess first!”