Animax is really bring more popular anime into their portfolio as K: Return of Kings airs on Animax beginning this October 3. This is the second season of the popular and high rated television anime series K.
Watch the “jungle” come back to life with K: Return of Kings, same-day-as-Japan on Animax. This series popularity had been manifested by more than 10 anume and light novel spin offs since 2012. Among these variations includes K: Missing Kings, which was made into a film of the same name in July 2014.
K, Wildly popular, even four years later
Since the announcement of this new season in May this year, the anime series has made countless appearances on international anime news sites, but it was in these last three months that K really dominated the online buzz in the scene, thanks to a “100 days” promotional video and visual campaign by writer GoRa and Japanese animation studio GoHands (©GoRA・GoHands／k-project)
More power, more action
Fans can expect to see even more action in K: Return of Kings, as modern-day kings armed with high-tech outfits and weapons continue to lead their colour-represented clans through thrilling conflicts in the concrete “jungle” – Shizume City. And not only is original director Shingo Suzuki back on the team with a fresh storyline, he is also the man behind the new characters, namely Green King Nagare Hisui, the strongest and most influential one of all.
Those who love anison can also look forward to the release of “Asymmetry”, the season’s opening theme composed by popular pop group angela. The track is performed by Yui Horie, who voices the character of Red clansman Anna Kushina in K. On top of that, the author of the series Tatsuki Miyazawa pens the ending theme “Kai”, which is performed by four-member group Customi-Z.
Ready for war? K: Return of Kings which premiered in 3 October 2015 will be airing every Saturday at 11pm with an encore the next day at 8pm, first and exclusively on Animax.
Animax is seen on SKYCable Channel 46, Cignal Digital TV Channel 34 and Dream Channel 7.
See www.animax-asia.com for more.