Megaton Musashi Anime Delays Final
The final episodes of the anime are being delayed, according to the Megaton-ky Musashi multimedia project’s official website, which made the announcement on Friday.
Here is the updated schedule:
- Episode 22 will broadcast as scheduled on December 23.
- Episode 23 will broadcast as scheduled on December 30.
- Episode 21 will be rebroadcast on January 6.
- the rerun of Episode 22 on January 13
- the rerun of Episode 23 on January 20.
- A special show will broadcast on January 27.
- February 3: Airing of Episode 24
- February 10: Airing of Episode 25
- February 17: Airing of Episode 26
- February 24: Airing of Episode 27
- March 3: The last episode, Episode 28, will broadcast.
Level 5 attributed the delay to COVID-19 and said that it is shifting some of the manufacturing from China to Japan in order to reduce the COVID-19 delays.
In order to increase the episode’s quality, the animation crew had earlier moved forward episode 18’s release date from November 4 to November 18. The production schedule for episode 19 was similarly impacted by the postponement of episode 18. The 19th episode of the anime was postponed until December 2.
The PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch game Megaton Musashi X (Cross) was postponed from December 1 to December 8, then again until December 16. Since the game’s content is linked to the anime, the staff of the game claimed the delays of the anime as the cause.
The second season of the anime debuted on Tokyo MX at 10:00 p.m. on October 7 before being shown on BS Fuji and Level 5’s YouTube channel. On July 8 on the same networks, the Special Edition of the first season with fresh cuts made its debut. The Special Edition is continued in the second season.
The cast and crew are back for the second season.
The anime’s chief director and original creator is Akihiro Hino, founder and president of Level 5 (Yo-kai Watch original concept), and he is also responsible for writing and supervising the scripts. The animation at OLM is being directed by Yo-kai Watch: The Movie’s Shigeharu Takahashi. Original character designs are credited to Yo-kai Watch’s Takuz Nagano, and their animation is being done by Inazuma Eleven’s Yji Ikeda. Art ideas are ascribed to Toshihiko Kuriaki. The soundtrack is being written by Yo-kai Watch’s Ken’ichir Saig. The audio director is Ry Tanaka (Granblue Fantasy the Animation).
The anime’s first season began airing in October 2021 on Tokyo MX and BS Fuji and concluded in December 2021.
The project involves a television anime, game, partnership with Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, toys by Bandai, and an online anime offshoot named “After School.” The project was previously set to begin in the summer of 2017 when it was first announced by Level 5 in 2016.
The events of the narrative occur after an invasion that killed away 90% of mankind. Survivors are kept under surveillance and have had their memories of the invasion wiped while living in a shelter. Three young people from the shelter are selected to control. The three machines that come together to construct the Megatronium alloy Musashi robot. The show strikes a balance between robot action and academic life.
The tale is told from the perspective of a unique group of characters in each various media. Whether it be a video game, anime, or another. Megaton Musashi Anime Delays Final .