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Megalo Box 2: here’s what you need to know

Megalo Box Season 2 has been confirmed. The series is to get a second season as announced by TMS Entertainment. So, anime lovers, unite!

The original boxing series, Megalo Box, was updated for renewal at Anime NYC 2019 on Saturday. Based on an original draft by Ikki Kajiwara and Tetsuya Chiba, Megalo Box is a tribute to Ashita no Joe. The series celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Ashita no Joe franchise.

Megalo Box also marks the debut of Yo Moriyama as the director. Composed by Katsuhiko Manabe and Kensaku Kojima, the music of the series is provided by mabanua (Sakamichi no Apollon).

The anime was first aired in Spring 2018 with a total of 13 episodes. It is known that the events of the second season will be set 7 years after that of the first season.

Megalo Box Season 2: Release Date

The series has made its debut release on 6 April 2018, completing it by 29 June 2018. The series is available on the streaming networks like TBS, BS-TBS, and English networks like Adult Swim.

Megalo Box’s director Yo Moriyama had said “I understand that there is a lot of love regarding Megalo Box, and I am very happy about it. I am also very happy to say the Megalo Box 2 is in development.”

With this, he confirmed the development of the second season of Megalo Box. But as of now, the release date of the season has not been made official.

Megalo Box is adapted from a light novel series of the same name. It is a Japanese anime series, and with its success of the first season, it has managed to form a huge fan base.

Megalo Box Season 2

Here’s a detailed list of the cast for season 2

1) Joe or Junk Dog voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya ( for Japanese) and Kaiji Tang ( for English),

2) Gansaku Nanbu, voiced by Shiro Saito (for Japanese) and Jason Marnocha (for English)

3) Sachio, voiced by Michiyo Murase (for Japanese) and Erica Mendez (for English),

4) Yuri, voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto (for Japanese) and Lex Lang (for English),

5) Yukiko Shirato, voiced by Nanako Mori (for Japanese) and Erika Hariacher (for English),

6) Fujimaki voiced by Hiroyuki Kinoshita (for Japanese) and Jamieson Price (for English) and

7) Tatsumi Leonard Aragaki, voiced by Makoto Tamura( for Japanese) and Greg Chun ( for English).

Till then, stay tuned for some more updates about the second season.

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