News: The second season is titled “Concrete Revolutio – Chojin Genso (Concrete Revolutio: Superhuman Phantasmagoria) – THE LAST SONG”, and will begin broadcasting on April 3rd
The second season of the TV anime series “Concrete Revolutio – Chojin Genso (Concrete Revolutio: Superhuman Phantasmagoria)” will begin broadcasting in April, 2016. Recently, the official title of the second season was determined to be “Concrete Revolutio – Chojin Genso (Concrete Revolutio: Superhuman Phantasmagoria) – THE LAST SONG”, and the latest information on the season was revealed, including the premiere date.
“Concrete Revolutio – Chojin Genso (Concrete Revolutio: Superhuman Phantasmagoria) – THE LAST SONG” will begin broadcasting on April 3rd.
The released promotion video is packed with battle scenes among unique superhumans such as magicians, giant monsters and comic bands. The about 90 second video is sure to attract viewers to wait for the broadcasting of the second season.
The popular voice actor Koichi Yamadera is casted as Yusei Washizu appearing in episode 14 (the episode 1 of the second season) “Juichigatsu no Chojintachi (‘Superhumans in November)”. In addition, the guest superhumans will have unique characters. The second season will also make a superb start.
Washizu is an android warrior who comes on a UFO to the earth as a messenger from the peace union created by space intelligent lives. He comes to capture brutal S planetarians and spins a new story.
On April 17th, an event “Shinka Chojin Fes” (“Apotheosis Superhuman Festival”) will be held at the Main Hall of Kanagawa Kenmin Hall. The main cast including Kaito Ishikawa, Sumire Uesaka, Aki Toyosaki, and Eriko Nakamura will appear, talk, and perform a recitation drama.
In addition, the artists who performed the theme and featured songs will provide a special live show. You would enjoy various songs such as “Katararezutomo” sung by ZAQ which was the opening theme song for the first season. The advance reservation of the tickets will be accepted until March 7th. The ticket price is 6,800 yen (excluding tax).
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