Is 86 Ended

The 86 Season 3 anime will continue the story of Spearhead Squadron Undertaker Shin Nouzen and Handler One Vladilena Milize, aka Lena, as they venture out into new lands both underground and to the far north. But when will the 86 Eight-Six Season 3 anime come out? And how will the light novel series impact the anime adaptation, especially now that the 86 manga's cancellation was announced? On March 20, 2022, anime news leaker Sun Wukong claimed that a "86 -EIGHTY SIX- TV anime sequel" was confirmed in some fashion. The leaker used a green checkmark symbol rather than directly saying the third season was greenlit for production. Being greenlit for production means that a producer has put the project in the pipeline and that actual animation production work at a studio will be scheduled for a later date. To be in production means the beginning of the actual pre-production phase. This news leak was not corroborated by a leaked image or a source. As such, this info concerning 86 Season 3 should be treated as a rumor, although it is a believable rumor based on other evidence (please see the release date predictions section below for more details). The first seasons of the 86 anime TV series were co-produced by Japanese animation Studio A-1 Pictures and Studio Shirogumi. A-1 Pictures is best known for recent anime such as Sword Art Online, The Seven Deadly Sins (which switched to Studio DEEN starting with Season 3), and the Kaguya-sama: Love is War anime.

Studio Shirogumi handled the 3D CG animations for all of the action sequences between the Legion and the Juggernauts. In recent years, Shirogumi has been known for producing 3D movies like Stand By Me Doraemon and Dragon Quest: Your Story, but they've also produced TV series like Netflix's Revisions anime and the Summer 2021 Night Head 2041 anime. In 2021, Studio A-1 Pictures also released the Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of the Starless Night movie, the original anime Visual Prison, and three Kaguya-sama: Love is War OVA episodes. For the future, the Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 3 anime TV series is also confirmed to be in production. The staff for the 86 Season 3 anime has not yet been announced. For the first season, series director Toshimasa Ishii helmed the project. In the past, he directed Soba e and was the assistant director for ERASED and the Mirai movie. He's also been an episode director for BEASTARS, Gate, The Seven Deadly Sins, Sword Art Online, and The Promised Neverland Season 1 (not the tragic second season production).

For the first season, the 86 OP was "3-pun 29-byou" by hitorie.

Writer Tohiya Ono (Blue Exorcist, Land of the Lustrous, Shadows House, The Promised Neverland both seasons) handled series composition. The 86 Season 3 OP (opening) and ED (ending) theme song music hasn't been announced yet. The 86 Season 2 OP "Boundary Lines (Kyoukaisen)" was performed by amazarashi, while the ED "Alchemilla" was performed by Regal Lily. For the first season, the 86 OP was "3-pun 29-byou" by hitorie. The first season of the 86 anime TV series has 11 episodes. The second season had 12 episodes. All 23 episodes were released as eight Blu-Ray/DVD volumes. The second season suffered from multiple broadcasting delays caused by "production circumstances". The 86 Episode 20 release date was pushed back by special Japanese TV programming to December 18, 2021. Instead of releasing on December 11, 2021, the anime aired a special compilation episode. All those delays meant that the 86 Episode 22 release date was pushed back even further by TV time slot conflicts. The official account has confirmed that there will be no further broadcasting delays. Updated July 8, 2022: 86 manga canceled. Updated March 20, 2022: Added 86 Season 3 rumors. Updated March 10, 2022: Confirmed S2 finale release schedule.

Updated December 23, 2021: Added 86 Season 2 Episode 11 and 12 release date info. Updated November 19, 2021: Added 86 Masters English dub info. Added Volume 11 delays. Updated November 16, 2021: Added info on S2 broadcasting delays. This article provides everything that is known about 86 Season 3 (86 Eighty-Six Season 3) and all related news. As such, this article will be updated over time with news, rumors, and analysis. Meanwhile, let's delve down into what is known for certain. As of the last update, Kadokawa, Aniplex, Studio A-1 Pictures, Bandai Spirits, or any company related to the production of the anime has not officially confirmed the 86 Season 3 release date. Nor has the production of an 86 sequel been announced. Once the news is officially confirmed, this article will be updated with the relevant information. In the meanwhile, it's impossible to speculate about when, or if, the 86 Eighty-Six Season 3 release date will occur in the future. The 86 reviews were very good, scoring higher ratings than most anime in 2021. In fact, when 86 Season 2 Episode 1 premiered in October 2021, the second season had higher scores than the first season. But since the source material for the anime's second season was also light novel Volumes 2 and 3, it's likely that scores will fall over time since many fans consider the second and third books to be among the weakest story arcs in the series.

The anime's first two seasons gave a good boost to 86 light novel sales in Japan. 8 on the Oricon charts for May 2021, selling 27,990 copies. 2 right behind Sword Art Online: Progressive and it's on track for beating the May numbers. To put the numbers in perspective, 86 was up there with notables like Tensura: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken), Higehiro, DanMachi, Re:Zero, and even Sword Art Online: Unital Ring. Oddly enough, 86 was still beat by the books for Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won't Lose, which has relatively low reviews from Western audiences. In early May 2021, Kadokawa announced that they intended on creating at least 40 anime projects per year by 2023, an increase of 20 percent from 33 titles. 86 reviews from both fans and critics have been good enough to warrant having 86 renewed. Bandai Spirits helped finance the project due to their involvement with making the 86 Lena figurines and the 86 Juggernaut model kits (both Shin type and long-range cannon type). Mecha collectible fans might find those spider-like mechs interesting, but it's probably "best girl" Lena that'll drive the sales numbers. 86 producer Nobuhiro Nakayama is also well known for developing popular anime that are renewed for multiple sequels and often movies. For example, there is Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? DanMachi Season 4 release date is confirmed for 2022. The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 is confirmed for production. Gate had two seasons.

The We Never Learn! Bokuben anime finished adapting the manga. Strike The Blood Season 4 is already releasing. A Certain Magical Index anime completed adapting the first book series. Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Season 2 is reportedly in production, according to anime news leakers. Given this track record, it would not be surprising at all if 86 Eighty-Six Season 3 (or even an 86 movie) is renewed in the future. But now that the day of the 86 Season 2 Episode 12 release date and the 1st Anniversary Operation has passed when will that blessed day take place? Assuming that the rumor is true that the series is secretly greenlit for production we shouldn't expect a public announcement soon. VRV and Crunchyroll were streaming the first two seasons of 86 with English subtitles. In April 2021, Crunchyroll's 86 dub plans were announced. The anime received an 86 English dub in addition to localization for Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German. Assuming that the third season is greenlit for production, an 86 Season 3 English dub will presumably be announced in the future. Some anime fans might be objecting and saying to themselves, "I thought there was only a single season of 86 so why is this article referring to the third season already?

" Yes, it's true that the first season of the 86 anime was originally announced as a split cour anime season. What's a "cour," you might ask? For those unfamiliar with the lingo, a "cour" is a three-month block of TV broadcasting based on the physical seasons, usually composed of 10 to 13 episodes. A "split-cour" is where a single anime season takes a multi-month break before resuming TV broadcasting. 86 Episode 11 finished the first cour on June 19, 2021. On that same day, the Twitter account stated, "Please look forward to the second cour broadcast! However, a week later, the official website and Twitter account began referring to the second cour as 86 Season 2 for marketing purposes. As did Crunchyroll. As such, Anime Geek also began referring to the second cour as being the second season. To make things even more confusing, when Crunchyroll began streaming the second season the new episodes were clearly labeled as 86 Season 2. But then Crunchyroll mysteriously began labeling the dubbed versions as S1 while the Japanese audio/English subtitles of the first two cours are listed as S2.

The story for the 86 anime TV series is based on the 86 light novels by author Asato Asato and illustrator Shirabii. Asato began writing in middle school based on ideas she came up with in elementary school. The first volume of 86 won the grand prize in the 23rd Dengeki Novel Prize in 2016. In an interview, the author said she used to write for a Kadokawa light novel label for young girls before she realized that 86 was very male-oriented. She didn't think 86 would be suitable for Dengeki Bunko's contest but entered anyway to see what would happen. By February 2022, the main book series was already up to 86 Volume 11: Dies Passionis. Asato says she already has the ending of the story planned out, but she won't reveal how many books are left in the series. "The general series of events and the story's ending is more or less decided," she said. "The chief editor has already seen the brief synopsis for each volume (just a few sentences each) until the end of the story. In addition to the main books, there are a collection of 86 side stories. Some of these stories ended up being adapted by the anime. The biggest exception was Magical Girl Regina☆ Lena… 't included for obvious reasons. In December 2021, a Dengeki Bunko revealed that the light novel series will get its first 86 spin-off.

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