The official website for the anime adaptation of Takaya Kagami’s dark fantasy manga Owari no Seraph (Seraph of the End) has revealed that the series will premiere on October 10 and the anime’s second season opening song “Two souls -toward the truth-” will be performed by fripSide while the ending theme song “Orion” will be performed by Nagi Yanagi.

The anime will premiere on October 10 at 10:00 p.m. on Tokyo MX. The following channels will also air the anime:

  • TV Aichi, October 11 at 1:50 a.m.
  • MBS, October 11 at 2:28 a.m.
  • AT-X, October 11 at 8:30 a.m.
  • BS 11, October 12 at 12:00 a.m.
  • TV Asahi CS Channel 1, October 19 at 1:00 a.m.

A new visual for the second season was also revealed:

Owari no Seraph 2nd Season visual

Season one visual:

Owari no Seraph Anime Visual haruhichan.com Seraph of the End anime visual

Owari no Seraph (Seraph of the End) is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto with storyboards by Daisuke Furuya. It is published by Shueisha on Jump Square and in English by Viz Media on Weekly Shonen Jump. Takaya Kagami and Yamato Yamamoto launched the dark fantasy series in Shueisha’s Jump Square magazine in fall 2012. Shueisha published the sixth volume on September 4, and new volumes have regularly ranked on Oricon’s top 50 chart. An anime adaption was announced on August 28, 2014.

Owari no Seraph synopsis from Haruhichan:

One day, a mysterious virus appeared on Earth which killed every infected human over the age of 13. At the same time, vampires emerged from the world’s dark recesses and enslaved mankind. Enter Hyakuya Yuuichirou, a young boy, who along with the rest of the children from his orphanage, are treated as livestock by the vampires. Even in captivity, Yuuichirou dreams big. He dreams of killing vampires. He dreams of killing them all.

Source: Owari no Seraph official website

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