Studio Orange surprises fans with the release of a new logo for the upcoming final season of the Beastars anime anime series
Kodoani.com – Beastars surprised fans by revealing a new logo for the third and seemingly final season of the anime.
The official English-language Twitter account of the studio Orange (Black Bullet, Land of the Lustrous) recently broke its silence on the Beastars anime production. “#BEASTARS is getting a new logo!” anime announced.
#BEASTARS is getting a new logo!There must be many questions but this is all we can reveal at the time. We hope everyone can join us for the show til the end.
Follow us for future updates>???????????????? pic.twitter.com/qxQSOUznrf
— Orange: Anime Studio (@CG_Orange_eng) December 7, 2021
Studio Orange did not share any further details regarding the ongoing Beastars production. “There must be many questions but this is all we can reveal at the time.” The studio continued by saying, “We hope everyone can join us until the end of the anime.” No details regarding the release date of Beastars Season 3 have been given, although more information has been revealed in the future. “Follow us for future updates,” Studio Orange concluded.
The announcement that the latest season of Beastars would also be the end of the story took many fans of the series by surprise. The anime still has a lot of content from the original manga to adapt, so fans are now speculating that the anime could cut out the entire story line or completely separate from the original.
The original Beastars manga was written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki, who is also known for other works like Sanda and Beast Complex. The series was serialized in Weekly Shonen Champion, launched in September 2016 and ended in October 2020, for a final total of 22 volumes. The series has been a huge success, with 7.5 million copies of Beastars in circulation worldwide as of November 1.
An anime adaptation of the manga was produced by studio Orange and began airing in October 2019. The series is directed by Shin’ichi Matsumi, who also worked on Orange’s previous work, Land of the Lustrous. Beastars received positive acclaim from fans and critics alike, who praised the film’s intricate visuals, themes, and unique animation.