Fire Force became a hit series ever since its debut in 2019.
Fire Force isn’t just your run-of-the-mill anime. Not only does it put a spin on the conventional fire fighting concept, but it also exhibits several dark aspects of society.
The common duty of firefighters is re-imagined as if they are fighting flames that are alive.
Fire Force became a hit series when it debuted in 2019. Its second season began airing in July 2020. Every arc of the series has kept the audience engaged with the story.
The official website of Fire Force has released a new visual for the anime’s ongoing second season.
The visual serves as a promotional poster for the upcoming arc in the anime, the Holy Sol Temple Arc. The visual shows Benimaru, Joker, and Leonard, surrounded by flaming cards.
Holy Sol Temple Arc Plot
Benimaru and the Joker form a duo and attack The Holy See. They are attacked by the “Shadow of the Holy Sun” warriors.
Benimaru and Joker somehow manage to defeat the Shadows but then come face to face with Leonard Burn. Leonard Burn, Joker, and Benimaru team up for further investigation.
“Dark Hero” is the 11th episode of Fire Force Season 2. It is set for release on 11th September in Japan. The plot of the Dark Hero episode has been released.
Episode 11 Dark Hero Plot
Shinra and his friends return to Tokyo and report that the “Holy Scripture” might be a false rumor. The authorities don’t want the information to be leaked in the next three years.
Meanwhile, a mysterious man meets Benimaru. Benimaru is the Captain of Company 7. He and the mysterious man (Joker) discuss their plan of attack on the Holy Sol Temple.
Fire Force has been delivering one action-packed episode after another, and the visual for the next arc has made us curious about what’s in store.
Can Benimaru trust Joker? What exactly is in the Holy Scripture? All these questions will be answered in the next arc.
About Fire Force
Fire Force, also is known as En’en no Shōbōtai, literally meaning “Blazing Firefighting Corps,” is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo.
It is published by Kodansha and has been serialized in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine since September 2015, with the chapters collected into twenty-three tankōbon volumes as of May 2020.
An anime television series adaptation by David Production aired from July to December 2019 on the Super Animeism block. The second season of the Fire Force anime television series is also animated by David Production.
Tatsumi Minakawa replaced Yuki Yase to be the director of the series. The series premiered on July 3, 2020.
Source: Official website of Fire Force