It’s time for the year in the preview video for the year 2023, and we have a huge one for you today. After all, maintaining momentum is the only correct course of action after an eventful 2022, and what better way to do so than by approving sequels to some of the most well-liked titles and anime adaptations of the trendiest manga and books in town?
Let’s look at some movies that should keep us excited for the future, shall we? 2023 already appears to be a star-studded year with several films that I’m sure many of you can’t wait to see. Tokyo is where the list kicks out in full gear.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2
People can’t get enough of Mikey and the other doormen, so the second season was all but certain, and we’ll be receiving it sooner rather than later. tokyo revengers season 2 didn’t spend any time building a reputation for itself in the anime Community by fusing the time Loop plotline with fierce street gangs.
The Christmas Conflict Arc, which puts the doorman against Black Dragon and the Sheba family, will be chronicled by Tokyo revengers season 2 specifically this January in 2023. This Arc promises more violent fights and gripping drama as Dragon finally gets his chance to shine in it.
Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku
Hell’s Paradise is an apt title for what to expect, as it features a ninja who just can’t seem to die; his immortality is put to the test as he travels to an island of peril with the other prisoners. Hell’s Paradise is one of the rising stars in the manga world and is about to make an impact in the anime world.
Gabi Maru The hollow seeks to bring home the elixir of life and his freedom, but an island that is supposed to be a paradise hides hazards there. Beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, this Dark Adventure intends to leave its imprint in 2023 by bringing with it This 2023 program is expected to be remembered for its mysteries and fascinating characters. The rating is more than appropriate because this isn’t your typical unfair show.
Dr. Stone: New World
With the stonewalls behind us, it’s time to go exploring; therefore, Dr. Stone’s third season looks to take us on a journey around the world with the manga’s acclaimed Age of Exploration Arc; we got a special that bridged the two seasons not too long ago. It’s been a while, but it’s nice to see Dr. Stone making a comeback.
It only increased interest in what’s to come this season, which will mark the characters’ journey to the other side of the globe and their beginning of understanding the critically essential phenomenon known as petrification.
Dr. Stone is scheduled to make its significant comeback in spring 2023. At least then, we’ll learn more about the major catalyst of the plot, and like everything else, I’m eager to witness the protagonists make this revelation.
Mushoku Tensei 2nd Season
This shouldn’t be a surprise because it’s unusual to see a studio established solely to adapt a single series, but it should give you an idea of how things are going in the industry overall. Mushoku Tensei has stated that it plans to adapt the entire series, so given the number of volumes, we won’t be saying goodbye to Rudius and the rest of Dead End any time soon.
For those who can’t get enough of Mushoku Tensei, 2023 is going to be a great year for you all. Mushoku Tensei has already had a significant impact, with its first season generating as many bars as fans could hope to have. However, the second season brings Rudy’s Adventure into adolescence, with new challenges and encounters away in his ongoing quest to learn more about magic in the world.
Rurouni Kenshin Remake
After numerous live-action films, ova, and other productions, you probably already knew that the timeless classic Kenshin will be making a major comeback in 2023.
The fact that this new anime will be re-adapting the manga and bringing it up to date with contemporary animation and a new cast is quite a pleasant surprise because, similar to Shaman King not too long ago, the roroni Kenshin TV series never had a proper ending as far as adapting the manga’s end is concerned.
If you weren’t alive in the 1990s, you’ll finally get to see a modernized version of the timeless classic that’s captured the hearts and imaginations of anime fans for decades. It’s one of the best Shonen anime out there, and newer fans will finally get to experience the tale for themselves. It’s going to be yet another addition to Linden Films’ growing resume, and it looks like their best project to date.
After viewing the webtoon adaptations of 2020, the idea of a solo leveling anime hasn’t been discussed for very long.
I just believe that solo leveling and receiving an anime is the next obvious step, and it turns out that we were all right. A few months ago, the first trailer confirming the adaptation of the action fantasy Manoa arrived, and to say that people were excited about it would be an understatement.
With such brilliant brains like Hiroyuki Samano engaged and A1 Pictures managing the adaptation, there is much to be excited about. Adapting the plot is one thing, but when it comes to production, it is clear that they are placing all of their production eggs in one basket.
Now is your time to solo leveling set for a 2023 release for one of the most anticipated pieces of Korean media available for those wishing to receive their first taste of this popular edgy weak to strong series.
Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc
Do not listen to those who claim that the hype has passed. With his upcoming season containing The swordsmith Village Arc, Demon Slayer hopes to build on the momentum of his last great Arc.
The previous season saw various pillars make their Mark, and this one is no different. This time, as danger approaches donjiro, it is missed pillar Muichiro Donkito’s turn to fight. We also get to see Genya again, who should be helpful in Tanjiro’s fight against the strongest upper moon, though there has been no confirmation of this.
However, I believe UFO Table may have begun the process of turning the entire Demon Slayer manga into an anime. I mean, how could they lose when the thing essentially prints money? Expect them to bring their A-game this season, as they always do, and given the intensity of the battles we have coming up, this is going to be a truly amazing season to watch.
Jitsu Kaisen 2nd Season
Jiu Jitsu Kaisen has swiftly gained popularity among fans because of its intriguing magic system, endearing characters, and thrilling battles. The series quickly rose to prominence as one of the most-watched Shonen anime in recent years.
Why start with Jiu Jitsu Kaizen zero when we can have an entire season two? The second season takes us to the Shibuya Arc, and as someone who reads the Manga, I’d say it’s the most engaging Arc so far fights get turned up to eleven. After the first season ended with a bang fans were wanting more and they sure got it.
And the stakes, man, they’ve never been higher than now. If you thought season one was intense, wait until you see what’s in store as the strongest curse spirits and cursed users unite in their quest to unleash hell. Fortunately, you won’t have to wait too long to see how the epic battle Shonen continues, as this second season is scheduled to arrive in 2023.
Vinland Saga Season 2
I have nothing but admiration for Vinland Saga, and I’ll be the first to say how eager I am for the second season because the first one was such an incredibly captivating story of adventure and conquest that I not only learned a lot from it, but it also captured my attention from beginning to end.
It only serves to highlight Finland Saga’s versatility—not that it’s all about combat and adventuring—that the second season appears to break from that and take a leisurely, methodical approach to reveal its world. Despite the change in tone, Finland Saga has remained as captivating as ever.
We only have to wait until January for the eagerly anticipated continuation of one of 2019’s best animes. It’s being handed over to the mapper, so let’s cross our fingers and see what the mapper will bring to the table. It’s a story about Redemption, and we’re sure to see some major changes in Torfin after the events of the first season. People who love nuanced character arcs will have a blast here.
Attack on Titan’s final season
Yes, this time it is coming to an end. Being one of the most well-known and famous anime series to appear in the last ten years or so, Attack on Titan needs little explanation and has taken us on an emotional roller coaster.
Since then, I still can’t trust that the situation will eventually come to an end. I don’t know, maybe this time they’ll release a very brief run to surprise us with a fourth episode of the final season.
The long journey has come to an end, and we’ve seen firsthand how experiences and Revelations have shaped the journeys of our main characters Aaron Mikasa and Armin’s story comes to a climax in this dramatic conclusion. In any case, there isn’t much to say besides how everyone seems super excited to finally see the ending come in anime form.