Tiger & Bunny 2 proved to be a traumatic experience for its fans, but the protagonist duo’s last-minute stunt kept us from breaking our screens.
Despite the buddy system, all superheroes got their asses royally handed to them by Mugan and Fugan. Even the strongest, like Fire Emblem, Thomas, Barnaby, and more, couldn’t defeat them.
The heroes decided to attack the evil duo together but were horribly beaten to the point they could’ve died. But Kotetsu and Barnaby saved the day with a risky plan because they would rather sacrifice themselves.
After such a thrilling episode, everyone began looking forward to Tiger & Bunny 2 anime’s second part, scheduled to release on October 7, 2022.
The franchise has also unveiled a new trailer for the second cour that encapsulates the first part of the show. Part 2 will include episodes 14-25 of season 2.
It shows all the heroes who debuted this season while the first part’s opening theme, ‘kaleido proud fiesta,’ plays in the background.
The upbeat vibe of the trailer is soon cut off as Mugan and Fugan appear and start beating all the superheroes to set an example for the public. They record a video for the world to show how weak and pathetic their heroes are and broadcast it all over the city.
This becomes a matter of high urgency, but no one could beat the villains or even put up a fight alone, and soon, Barnaby also becomes their victim.
Barnaby’s fall and severe state serve as a warning and motivation for all to fight back.
Part 1 didn’t end up on a cliffhanger, so I’m curious about how exactly the second cour will go.
I hope the franchise reveals a trailer with new clips soon because I’m missing Kotetsu and Barnaby’s perpetual bickering more than usual.
About Tiger & Bunny
Tiger & Bunny is a 2011 Japanese anime television series produced by Sunrise under the direction of Keiichi Satou.
It is set in a futuristic city where heroes fight crime whilst promoting real-life sponsors, focusing on two superheroes, the old-fashioned Kotetsu T. “Wild Tiger” Kaburagi and the rookie hero Barnaby “Bunny” Brooks Jr., as their employers force them to work together.