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New 2-Part Buddy Complex Sequel Anime to Air This Fall

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Buddy Complex Kanketsu-hen to tell story after earlier TV series

The official website for Sunrise's Buddy Complex anime announced on Sunday that a brand-new Buddy Complex project, the two-part Buddy Complex Kanketsu-hen -Ano Sora ni Kaeru Mirai de- (Buddy Complex Finale: In the Future When We Return to Those Skies), will air this fall. The project will depict the story after the earlier television series.

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Aoba: Connect with Dio!
Dio: Acception!
Hina: I couldn't take the chance and separate from you because I knew someday, he would come to kill you.
Bizon: Look, Hina! This is our power!
Hina: Just what am I!?
Aoba: This won't repeat anymore!
Dio: Aoba!
Bizon: Aoba Watase...!
Hina: Stop it!!
Aoba: Hina!!
Bizon: So this time has finally come... Aoba Watase...
Tagline: Blaze through destiny, with these bonds

The website describes the story, which contains spoilers for the ending of the earlier television series:

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Aoba, along with Dio, set free Hina from the chains of fate and chose to live in a new future. Around this time in Zogilia, a mysterious man who harbors hatred for Aoba secretly begins to make his move ….

The new anime will feature the main cast and staff from the television series.

  • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Aoba Watase 
  • Kouki Uchiyama as Jyunyou Dio Weinberg 
  • Saori Hayami as Hina Yumihara 

  • Original creator: Hajime Yatate 
  • Director: Yasuhiro Tanabe 
  • Series Composition: BC Project 
  • Character Design/Animation Director: Tomoshige Inayoshi, Asako Inayoshi
  • Mechanical design: Kanta Suzuki, Tomohiro Kawahara, Hiroyuki Taiga, Hiroki Tokuda
  • Music: Tatsuya Katou 
  • Animation Production: Sunrise

The earlier television series will rerun on Tokyo MX TV starting on July 6, followed by reruns on TV Aichi (July 7) and BS11 (July 8).

The robot anime revolves around two boys, Aoba and Dio, in a war brewing in the future. It premiered in January, and both Funimation and Daisuki streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.

The earlier 13-episode television series ended in March with a "To be continued" message, and the official Twitter account and website for the anime confirmed that the story will still continue.

Image © Sunrise/Buddy Complex Committee


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