Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 3 Confirmed Following Season 2 Finale

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 3 confirmed following season 2 finale

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Came to an end with its final episode arriving today, and now in the future, the anime has declared it will be returning for Season 3. Earlier this year, Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy was one of the mainvIsekai anime franchises that returned for new episodes and has since circulated its episodes through both the winter and Spring anime schedules. Now, that the Spring is over and the 25-episode run of the new season has officially come to an end, it is time to look ahead at what could be coming in Makoto Misumi’s bright future.

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy wrapped Season 2 with its final episode, and thankfully quickly established that the anime will continue. It has been informed that they are already scheduled the continue with a third season of this anime, but details on its staff, studio, or potential escape window have however to be announced as of the time of this publication. To celebrate the announcement of the third season, Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy has shared a special teaser visual to commemorate the now in-the-works season 3.

How to Catch Up With Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy

While there is currently no release window for the third season as of the time of this publication, there is plenty of time to catch up with the first two seasons of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy now streaming on Crunchyroll. They tease the anime as such, “Makoto Misumi was just an average teenager who suddenly was summoned to another world as a ‘hero.’ But the goddess of this world called him unattractive and took his hero status away from him, then sent him to the ends of the world. He meets dragons, spiders, orcs, dwarves, and many other non-human races in the wastelands. Makoto manages to show promise in the use of magic and fighting, which he would not have been able to do in his former world. A fantasy where a guy and humanity had abandoned tries to reset his life in the new world is about to begin.”

There were s few shake-ups behind the scenes in between the first two seasons as while Shinji  Ishihara returned to direct, keny Ihara returned to handle the series composition. Yukie Suzuki returned to oversee character designs, and Yasuharu Takanashi to compose the music, it was all for new studio J.C. Staff. It’s yet to be revealed if the staff or studio will still be attached as of Season 3.

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