As expected, it was officially confirmed today that the second cour of Fafner Exodus, the 26-episode second TV series of the Fafner in the Azure anime franchise, is set to begin this October. Check the 6-minute long latest PV after the jump.
After the broadcast of the 13th episode last night, the official website for Fafner EXODUS, the 26-episode second TV series of the Fafner in the Azure anime franchise, posted a 70-second PV for the second cour featuring various dialogue of the main characters. Check the clip after the jump.
The official Japanese website for the ongoing TV anime Fafner Exodus has posted a 20-second new CM featuring 38-year-old voice actor Makoto Ishii visiting the shops in Akihabara in cosplay as Festum Dancer. It was the penalty for him who lost a game at the November 2014 event. Check the video after the jump.
A new, cast focused TV spot offers the latest look at Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor: -EXODUS-. Tow Ubukata's sci-fi series continues in January with this new 26-episode anime set in the year 2150. Check it out after the jump.
Sci-fi mech anime Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor returns this month for a theatrical preview of the new EXODUS ahead of January start of the 26 episode series' TV broadcast. Get the latest look in a new TV spot after the jump.
The site for Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor: -EXODUS- has been updated with a new visual and news that angela will be performing the opening and ending. Get a look after the jump.
In the fifth episode of the web radio program, which was live-broadcasted on Nico Nico Live yesterday, three new voice cast for the upcoming TV anime Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor: -EXODUS- were officially announced. Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Azumi Asakura, and Saori Seto join the series as new characters. Hit the jump for more.
A web radio broadcast has introduced Ryotaro Okiayu, Yuichi Nakamura and Aki Unone to the csst of winter's Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor: -EXODUS. The new entry in Tow Ubukata's (Mardock Scramble, Chevalier d'Eon) sci-fi mecha series is set to run 26 episodes with the three voicing Walter Bargest, Dustin Morgan and Keith Water respectively. More after the jump.