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Spy X Family Reveals Masaki Yuasa’s Opening Song
Who doesn’t love a new anime opening song included in their everyday playlist? Well, we’ve got just the right song for you to feel like the main character of your own life. The official website for Spy X Family’s second season streamed the opening animation sequence on Wednesday. Masaaki Yusasa known for NU-OH, Mind Game, and Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken has directed and storyboarded the opening song for Spy X Family season 2. The video below features a brand new opening song, “Kurakura” sung by Ado.
Spy X Family Season 2 Opening Song Revealed!
The second season of the anime is set to kick off on October 7, airing on various Japanese channels at 11:00 p.m. JST (10:00 a.m. EDT), including TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, TV Setouchi, TV Hokkaido, and TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting. Other channels will follow suit at a later date.
Crunchyroll is your go-to for streaming the anime as it airs in Japan, and they've got your back with dubs in English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Castilian Spanish, Russian, and Arabic.
Kazuhiro Furuhashi, the seasoned director behind works like Mobile Suit Gundam UC and Rurouni Kenshin, is making a return to direct this second season at WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks. The talented Takahiro Harada is back as the assistant director. There's a change in the script supervisor, with Ichiro Okouchi taking the reins from Furuhashi. But don't worry, the creative team is in good hands.
Ado is belting out the opening theme, "Kurakura," while Vaundy feat. Cory Wong teamed up for the ending theme, "Todome no Ichigeki" (Finishing Strike). Keep an eye out for the Gekijōban SPY×FAMILY Code: White film dropping on December 22, it's a fresh story.
The first season's first half landed in April 2022, with Crunchyroll streaming it along with an English dub. The second half hit Japan in October 2022, with Crunchyroll keeping English-speaking fans in the loop.
In case you didn't know, Viz Media is your English connection for Tatsuya Endō's original manga. It's a spy tale with a twist, Twilight, the master spy, has to juggle his undercover missions with the challenges of marriage and parenting. His chosen wife? An assassin. His adopted child? A telepath. Talk about a family reunion! Shueisha is serving up the manga in English on its MANGA Plus service, and Viz Media has got it in print too. That's your intel for now!