The second key visual features 7-years-later Nagisa and Karma standing in front of the old school.
The climax of the TV anime Assassination Classroom was as great as the whole series. It showed the strong bond between Korosensei and the students, and it also didn’t let us guessing what each of the students went on doing with their lives.
The movie Assassination Classroom will be an omnibus composed of the story we’ve known so far plus a brand-new episode and it’s scheduled to come out on November 19 (Saturday) throughout Japan for a limited period of time.
Manga.Tokyo managed to grab the second key visual for this upcoming movie. Nagisa and Karma are standing before their old school 7 years after the events of the series. Although there is a big difference in their heights, we can sense their confidence.
The second pre-order ticket will come out in three versions!
We also found out that the second pre-order ticket will go on sale in three different versions (To be released on October 1):
The first one is a deluxe edition that comes with a special photo (same illustration as the ticket) and Korosensei’s special photo album. It will come out on October 1 (Saturday) in limited quantity.
‘Special Pair Ticket Class 3-E ver.’ will come out on October 1.
This ticket features Nagisa and Karma in military uniforms and the accompanying photo also features the same illustration.
‘Special Pair Ticket 7 years later ver.’ will come out on October 15 and it features grown-up Nagisa and Karma. It will also be released with a special photo of the same illustration.
They both are must-get items for all Nagisa and Karma fans.
While there are memorable scenes already printed on both sides of Korosensei’s special album, you can insert all three special bonus photos accompanied by the ticket into Korosensei’s album to make your own special complete collection.
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