The line may vanish, but this series will continue on.
Earlier today, the official Garo website updated with a new key visual for Garo -Vanishing Line-‘s second cour. The image features the main characters standing before an open horizon, covered by the dragon emblem.
Garo -Vanishing Line- returns to Japanese TV on January 12. Shuhei Kita will perform new opening theme song Howling Sword, while Chihiro Yonekura handles closing song Promise.
A special “Pause” program is slated to air on January 5.
Garo: Vanishing Line is the third entry in the Garo anime franchise. Garo and sequel project Garo: Crimson Moon aired in 2014 and 2015, respectively. The show’s first cour started airing on October 6.
Seong Ho Park is directing the series at MAPPA, with Tomohiro Kishi (91 Days, My Little Monster) providing character designs. Kiyoko Yoshimura (Last Exile: Fam, The Silver Wing, Linebarrels of Iron) is in charge of series composition for the project.
Crunchyroll is streaming Garo: Vanishing Line as a simulcast. They describe the show as:
Highly advanced town – Russel City. While people enjoy its prosperity in the town, there is a huge conspiracy secretly going on which will shake the world.
Sword, a man who notices its movement determines to throw himself into battles and reveal the conspiracy, but only to find a clue – a word “Eldorado”. At that time, Sword happens to meet a girl Sophie who has been looking for the meaning of “Eldorado”, a message left by her missing brother.
Sophie who has lost her brother and Sword who has also lost his sister in the past. These two, attracted by the word “Eldorado”, somehow feel invisible ties each other and start to act together. Their journey with mixed feelings now begins.