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OP / ED Theme Song Performers Get Spooky for In/Spectre Season 2

Kotoko Iwanaga smiles gently while addressing a forest full of friendly yokai in a scene from the upcoming In/Spectre Season 2 TV anime.


The opening and ending theme song performers have been revealed for the upcoming second season of In/Spectre (known as Kyokou Suiri in Japan), the ongoing TV anime adaptation based on the supernatural mystery light novel series written by Kyo Shirodaira and illustrated by Chashiba Katase about young woman who gave up an eye and a leg in order to serve as the intermediary between humans and the denizens of the spirit realm.


The opening theme, entitled “Yotogibanashi”, is performed by KanoeRana. The ending theme, entitled “Invincible Love”, is performed by Mamoru Miyano, who also provides the voice for Kuro Sakuragawa in the series.



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The original In/Spectre light novels are published in Japan by Kodansha under their Kodansha Novels imprint, and an English language version of the manga adaptation is also published by Kodansha USA. Crunchyroll describes the story of In/Spectre as follows:


Iwanaga Kotoko became the god of wisdom to the supernatural beings and spends her days solving problems for them. However, the boy who she fell head over heels for, Sakuragawa Kuro, is someone that is feared by all supernatural creatures. The two of them face various mysterious incidents involving the supernatural in this love x romance x mystery series. Where will these fantastical incidents lead them and what will happen with Kotoko’s crush?


In/Spectre Season 2 anime key visual


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The In/Spectre TV anime is directed by Kenji Gotoh and features animation production by Brain’s Base. The second season of the series will broadcast in Japan beginning in January of 2023, and it will also stream on Crunchyroll as part of the winter 2023 anime simulcast lineup.


Source: Comic Natalie


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