Hong Kong content distributor MediaLink Entertainment Limited‘s Ani-One Asia YouTube channel announced on Facebook on Tuesday that it will stream the second series of the television anime of Yoshitoki Ōima‘s To Your Eternity (Fumetsu no Anata e) manga on October 24 at 3:30 p.m. IST.
Alongside India and Hong Kong, the anime will stream in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Ani-One Asia describes the story:
In the beginning, FUSHI was an “orb” cast unto Earth. It saw the passing of a little girl, an extraordinary older brother, friends on the battlefield, and finally, an old woman – allowing him to grow into something akin to human. Decades have passed. Archenemy NOKKER is again on the attack, and the world is in chaos. FUSHI must break his long silence and rise. But wait. He can fight alone. But he cannot protect all, alone. Will he fight, knowing there will be new casualties, or…
Kiyoko Sayama (Vampire Knight, Prétear, Amanchu! Advance) is the new director for the anime, replacing Masahiko Murata. Drive (ACTORS: Songs Connection, Vladlove) is the new animation studio, replacing Brains Base. The rest of the main staff members return, including Shinzō Fujita as series script supervisor, Koji Yabuno as character designer, Ryo Kawasaki as music composer, and Takeshi Takadera as sound director.
The anime’s first series premiered on NHK Educational in April 2021. The anime was originally slated to premiere in October 2020, but it was delayed to April 2021 due to the anime’s production schedule being heavily affected by COVID-19. Ani-One Asia streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.
Ōima launched the manga in November 2016 in Weekly Shōnen Magazine. The manga’s first arc ended in December 2019, and the second arc launched in January 2020. The second arc ended on Wednesday, and the third arc will start on January 25. The manga won the Best Shōnen Manga award at the 43rd annual Kodansha Manga Awards in May 2019. The manga also ranked on the American Library Association’s (ALA’s) Young Adult Library Services Association’s (YALSA) 2019 list of Great Graphic Novels for Teens.
Source: Ani-One Asia‘s Facebook page