New World Trigger Anime Reveals Theme Song Artists E! News UK


The official website of the television anime of Daisuke Ashiharait is Global trigger The manga revealed the artists for the new anime season’s theme song on Friday. South Korean boy band TOMORROW X TOGETHER sings the main theme song “Force”. Motoko Ōmori of the rock band Mrs Green Apple wrote the song specifically for the anime. Rock band Kami wa Saikoro or Furanai performs the ending theme song”Mirai Eigō” (The Endless Future).

The anime will premiere on January 9 as part of Asahi TelevisionThe NUMAnimation programming block of . The first two episodes of the new season will have a special screening with exclusive footage at 12 theaters in Japan from December 25 to January 7.

The anime will feature the following returning cast members:

New cast members for the anime include:

Hisao Egawa like gatlin

Toshiyuki Toyonaga like Ratarikov

Mie Sonozaki as Wen So

Kenjiro Tsuda like Koskero

Ayumu Murase like Reghindetz

Ryōko Shiraishi like yomi

Morio Hatano (Saint Seiya Omegathe first season, Dragon Ball Superit is Future Trunks Saga, episode director for Hugtto! Precure and Star Twinkle Precure) is the director of the series. Hiroyuki Yoshino, Toshihisa Kaiyaand Kenji Kawaii all return from the previous Global trigger anime to oversee the scripts for the series, design the characters, and compose the music, respectively.

Ashihara started the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 2013. The manga was on hiatus since November 2016 due to Ashihara’s poor physical health, and returned to the magazine in October 2018 for five issues before moving to shuishait is Skip SQ. magazine in December 2018. The manga then took a month-long hiatus in May 2019 so that Ashihara could recover from complications of bowel obstruction resulting from his recent cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal surgery). The manga took another month-long hiatus in November 2019 due to Ashihara’s poor physical health. The series also had a month-long hiatus last August due to Ashihara’s health.

Ashihara took a week-long break in September 2014 to treat nerve roots affected by cervical spondylosis (wear and tear on the neck region of the spine) and has since taken several week-long breaks due to a sudden illness.

VizMedia publishes the series simultaneously in its digital anthology version of Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga inspired two television anime seasons in 2014 and 2015.

Sources: Global trigger anime website, Comic Natalie via Otakomu


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