Kinema Citrus and Kevin Penkin have managed to catapult Made in Abyss. A mystical work is full of particularities that add to a macabre but magnificent work by Akihito Tsukushi. And it is that the work of the Japanese author has managed to mark milestones through his animated adaptation, being mostly known for it.
After its closure last year 2017, during which it became the winner of the award of the year by Crunchyroll. The series has been on everyone’s lips, thus achieving a series of two compilation films and the premiere of Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul, a film that is currently in Japanese cinemas – at the moment we do not have confirmation in the West – and that is responsible for adapting the events that occurred in the story arc that runs through the fourth and fifth compilation volumes from the manga.
Now, and in response to the aforementioned premiere, Kadokawa has revealed the first image. Aand promotional trailer of what will be the second official season of the anime. Serving as a sequel, not to it, but to its film and, therefore, adapting the arc plot that begins in the sixth volume. For the same reason, we warn that these promotional materials. As well as the lines that follow, have potential spoilers of their argument. If we have not gone through their Dawn of the Deep Soul manga or viewing.
For the particular announcement of this second season. The production company has decided to use it as a banner one of the most representative pages of the manga. As well as Riko and Reg’s trip, using nothing more or less than the introduction to that sixth volume that. As Narrative game, opens the doors to the sixth layer of the Abyss, where the return for our protagonists is already supposed to be impossible, due to the curse of it.
At the moment, the details that will accompany this new production are unknown. So we can intuit that it will still take us to go into its depths. As well as if Kinema Citrus and Kevin Penkin will continue to be in charge of it. For now, we will have to be patient and dive into the newly released sequel film if we have a future release in our territory.