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Second Season of Concrete Revolutio In The Works


Someday, the tales of the revolution will be told not on paper, but concrete.

Last night, streaming service Daisuki revealed that a second season of Concrete Revolutio is in the works. The new episodes will hit Japanese TV in April 2016.

Concrete Revolutio began airing on October 4, 2015. The series is being directed by Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Mobile Suit Gundam 00) at studio Bones. Yoshiyuki Ito is providing the show’s character designs, while Shou Aikawa (Fullmetal Alchemist, Martian Successor Nadesico) tackles series composition.

The Concrete Revolutio Twitter account revealed that Gen Urobuchi and Masaki Tsuji will contribute scripts to the upcoming season.

Rough Translation: For #ConRevo Friday night, we made a special announcement for the customers and fans who kindly came down. A second season will begin airing in April. Thank you, everyone who Retweeted!! Masaki Tsuji and Gen Urobuchi, who are writing the script, also participated!! Date and time details will be announced later.

FUNimation and Daisuki are both streaming Concrete Revolutio on their respective platforms.

FUNimation describes the series as follows:

What if superhumans were real? Even better, what if every fabled superhuman existed at the same time, in the same place? Titans from outer space, life forms from a mystical world, phantoms and goblins from ancient times, cyborgs created by scientists, relics that rose out of the ruins of ancient civilizations. In another Japan, it’s not just a question of “what if”—it’s a reality. Some of the superhumans choose to keep their identities a secret, while others bask in their superhuman fame. Jiro Hitoyoshi, member of the Superhuman Bureau, keeps track of their doings.

Source: Anime News Network

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