The eagerly awaited third season of Samurai Jack TV show has finally arrived. Season three is directed by Thomas Newman and is subtitled “Kakegurai.” A standalone episode of Samurai Jack TV series aired on April 10, starring H. Jon Benjamin. In the third episode, titled “Out of Gas,” Jack and his friends must travel through a post-apocalyptic world. While battling zombies, Dracula, and a crazy robot, Jack makes a deal with an unexpected stranger, learns about a mysterious bracelet, and experiences a deja vu.
With the third installment of the hit animated fantasy television series, which went straight to video in Japan last year, some fans might get a little bored with the story. In an effort to retain interest, the folks at Cartoon Network have made available a season 3 trailer. It is available online and provides a brief overview of what is to come. Fans will definitely get a feel for the exciting theme and story when they watch the trailer, but they will also get an idea of how long they should wait before they can watch the actual season 3 premiere.
The second season, entitled Kakegurui xxx, aired on Crunchyroll last year and was also released straight to video. Just like the first season, it is being directed by Thomas Newman. One interesting difference is that this project is being developed by the studio Gonzo, which is responsible for creating the popular anime series Black Butler. The third kakegurui season 3 release date rumor is for a spring 2021 release.
If the previous kakegurui season 3 rumors are to be believed, the third installment will be more of the same. The new script is said to focus on the story’s main characters, Tsubasa and Mio Akiyama. The new season will also continue the fantastic story arc where Tsubasa tries to save Mio from some demons that are out to get her. There are also a lot of other additions and changes planned for fans of the show.
The first rumor we heard was that the third installment is going to air around March or April. An official Crunchyroll announcement confirmed the renewal status of the anime series, saying “The Bleach x Shinsekiyami” would continue to air in Japan between now and April. The previous season ended with the death of Shinigamis Mio Akiyama, and many fans were heartbroken as she was seemingly not given enough character development. Now, with the help of voice actor Masane Amaha, we can hope that she will have a better chance of saving the Shinichi Tenshoku High School once again.
Another rumor we heard was that the Bleach x Shinsekiyami arc will continue in the off-season for Bleach season 3. While it is unclear if this is true or not, it is worth nothing that the Bleach manga has been on a steady decline over the past few years. Some manga artists have decided to take the book to the future, and one of them is Katsuhiro Suzuki, who is the creator of the Shiva series. He has promised that the manga will continue to be ongoing for a very long time, so look for updates on the Bleach to Shinsekiyami website.
With the second season of Bleach on Shinsekiyami already streaming for people to watch, it is only a matter of time until the rumors about the third go live. So far, the Bleach cast includes Iya Sukeoba, Momo Hyuga, Chiaki Aoi, Ayane Suzumi, Yuusuke Enomoto, and many more. The current story line involves Shinigami killer gangs, the Vanishing Blade, and the Soul King’s revived essence. For fans of anime manga and anime series, season two of Bleach x Shinsekiyami should be a huge hit!