This Tuesday on the 42nd Annecy International Festival of Animated Film, Netflix has officially announced that we will get B: The Beginning 2nd season. The news quickly spread through the internet thanks to B: The Beginning official twitter account. The promo video for the new season has also been updated and it looks pretty exciting. For now there is no official release date, however, we’re hoping that soon we will be getting a release date as well. Netflix started streaming B: The Beginning on March 2nd this year, the episodes were all released at once, which somehow surprised me. I already got used to waiting one week for an episode, and getting all of the episodes out at once was a bit surprising. Although, I am hoping that B: The Beginning 2nd season will be released around the same time next year as the first season.
B: The Beginning 2nd season promo video
In a world powered by advanced technology, crime and action unfold in the archipelagic nation of Cremona. Koku, the protagonist. Keith, the legendary investigator of the royal police force RIS. A mysterious criminal organization. A wide variety of characters race through the fortified city as it is beset by the serial killer, Killer B, and a chain of crimes in this suspense drama by director Kazuto Nakazawa
The first season of B: The Beginning was according to some people not good enough. Even though the anime has had really good elements to keep you wanting to watch more. Most people looked at the fact that the anime was too short. As such lacked in the part of character development. Hopefully, B: The Beginning season 2 will help solve this problem. And that it will eventually make this anime appreciated by even more anime fans. If you have not seen B: The Beginning yet then I definitely recommend watching it. Another great series to be looking forward to by Netflix is the upcoming series Grappler Baki.
There is only one thing that can measure with anime and cats. You get it when you put the two together. Anime Cats! And, there are so many of them. Basically, cats appear in almost every anime or manga. Randomly. I think that is because Japanese people really love cats. They even have Maneki-Nekos (lucky charms in a shape of a…