Inferno Cop is one of those shows that just has to be seen to be believed. It’s a remarkable show, though not in the way many would expect. The series, for many, is an amazing train wreck. It’s barely animated and the content is crude to a fault, yet so over-the-top that it’s difficult to look away.
Still, this didn’t stop the show from gaining a number of die-hard fans, hungry for more.
While it took a while, Trigger didn’t disappoint in delivering on these requests. This year’s AnimeNext convention hosted a number of Trigger staff members, including Shigeto Koyama, Sushio, Hiromi Wakabayashi and Takafumi Hori. During the convention’s Trigger panel, the team surprised fans with a brand new episode of Inferno Cop.
At the moment, details on the short are scarce, though several tweets made their way to the public. Mike Toole notes that more episodes are in the works, though when they’ll be ready is unknown.
INFERNO COPUUUUUUU 2!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/GDcBrLCxkh
— MegaloHazu (@Hazukari) June 14, 2015
NEW INFERNO COP SHORT
THANK YOU BASED GOD #animenext2015 pic.twitter.com/7uVyCGt0nC
— Frasbob (@NY_Otaku) June 14, 2015
Mike Toole (ANN)
Charming new INFERNO COP short with special guest stars from other Trigger cartoons. Staff say they'll make another episode, not sure when.
— Mike Toole (@MichaelToole) June 14, 2015
Inferno Cop was an online animated series directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill) and Akira Amemiya. The series originally ran from Christmas day 2012, through March 19 2013 and spanned 13 episodes.
Inferno Cop is currently available for free streaming on Crunchyroll.