The official website for the TV anime adaptation of Akane Shimizu's Hataraku Saibou/Cells at Work! manga announced today that its second season is officially in the works. See the announcement visual after the jump!
The industrious cells of Cells at Work! (known as Hataraku Saibou in Japan) just never get a break, because the TV anime adaptation of Akane Shimizu's entertaining and educational biological comedy manga is returning to Japanese airwaves for a special episode in December of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
You may have previously seen the actors in full costume and makeup for the upcoming Cells at Work! stage play (known as Hataraku Saibou in Japan), but thanks to a newly published poster key visual for the Tokyo-based production, you can get a glimpse inside the human body where so many cells are laboring diligently. Hit the jump to check it out.
Aniplex today released a first visual for the upcoming stage play adaptation of Akane Shimizu's Hataraku Saibou/Cells at Work! manga, introducing Red Blood Cell portrayed by Kanon Nanaki (21/Sailor Mars in the Sailor Moon musicals) and White Blood Cell by Masanari Wada (26/F6Karamatsu in Mr. Osomatsu stage plays). Check out the visual inspired by the manga first volume's cover illustration after the jump!
In addition to the upcoming TV anime to premiere next month, Akane Shimizu's Hataraku Saibou/Cells at Work! manga will also get its stage play adaptation in near future. The news was announced in the latest August 2018 issue of Kodansha's Monthly Shonen Sirius released today in Japan. Hit the jump for more.
For the upcoming TV premiere in Japan on July 7, the official website for TV anime adaptation of Akane Shimizu's Hataraku Saibou/Cells at Work! manga is updated with a second key visual featuring its main human cell characters who are busy on their duties. Check out more new information after the jump!