The trailer for Made in Abyss 2 reveals the theme songs of the anime and the new characters

The trailer for Made in Abyss 2 reveals the theme songs of the anime and the new characters

The second season of Made in Abyss, an adaptation of the homonymous manga by Akihito Tsukushi, published in Italy by J-POP (buy it on Amazon) is titled Made in Abyss: Retsujitsu no Ogonkyo (The Golden City of the Scorching Sun) and will be released in July this year. Not only because Dynit has confirmed that it will also arrive in Italy in latecast or after the Japanese broadcast and already dubbed in Italian. The anime's social channels have released a trailer for Made in Abyss 2 which features the opening theme song entitled Katachi and performed by Riko Azuna and the ending theme song Endless Embrace performed by MYTH & ROID. New characters and voice actors also unveiled.

New characters and trailer for Made in Abyss 2

New cast members announced are: Hiroki Gotō as Majikaja, Kana Ichinose as Maaa, Kimiko Saitō as Muugi and Ryota Takeuchi as Gaburoon. Natsuko Hara, Inori Minase and Toshiyuki Morikawa return as Meinya, Prushka, and Bondrewd respectively.

The three main cast members also return along with several new additions: Miyu Tomita will play Riko, Mariya Ise will be Reg, Shiori Izawa will be Nanachi, Misaki Kuno will play Faputa, Yuka Terasaki will be Vueko, Hiroaki Hirata will voice Wazukyan and Mitsuki Saiga will be Belaf.

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In addition, Yuka Kuroda joins Kise as second character designer . Season 1 prop designer Takeshi Takakura is now the design leader, with Takumi Sakura credited as the new season prop designer. Inspired's Teru Sekiguchi joins Osamu Masuyama as second art director. Masayuki Kurosawa is in charge of editing and Kadokawa is collaborating on the music production.

You can watch the trailer below:

The first anime season, consisting of 13 episodes, produced by Kinema Citrus was broadcast in Japan between July 7 and September 29, 2017. In Italia is available on VVVVID for free both in subtitled version and with Italian dubbing; the dubbed version is also on Amazon Prime Video for subscribers to the service.

To subscribe to the Amazon Prime Video streaming service, also taking advantage of the 30-day trial, you can use this link. The season was summed up in two films released in theaters: Tabidachi no Yoake, released in Japan on January 4, 2019, and Horo Suru Tasogare, which premiered on January 18, 2019. A sequel film, Dawn of the Deep Soul (Fukaki Tamashii no Reimei) was released in Japan on January 17, 2020 while Dynit will publish it in home video in September.

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