After being announced in November last year, the second season of ecchi fantasy series Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time finally initiated foreplay with the reveal of its official title — Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra, with “S” and “Ex” highlighted in the logo — along with the sequel’s first visual, additional cast and a mix of new and returning staff members.
The new additional cast members are as follows (romanizations according to the official Twitter account):
Kana Yuki (Noelle in Black Clover) as Fulltalia
Shiori Izawa (Nanachi in Made in Abyss) as Misslim
Cast members confirmed to be returning include:
- Hiro Shimono as Peter
- Yui Ninomiya as Luvellia
- Hibiku Yamamura as Lisa
- Ayana Taketatsu as Mimi
- Akari Uehara as Vegan
- Sayaka Senbongi as Piglette
- Suzuna Kinoshita as Lucy
- Mikoi Sasaki as Gobuko
Based on the manga by Daisuke Hiyama, Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra is being directed by Tatsumi at studios WolfsBane and Seven, with series composition by Nora Mori and character designs by Koh Kawarajima, alongside:
- Chief Animation Director: Tatsumi
- Art Director: Kenichi Kurata
- Color Design: Kim Min-seok
- Director of Photography: Kazuto Horikawa
- Editing: Keisuke Yanagi
- Sound Director: Nobuyuki Abe
A broadcast date for the anime is yet to be announced, which means there’s plenty of time to check out the full first season, right here on Crunchyroll!
Peter Grill is the world’s strongest fighter, but his ascent to the top came with an unexpected consequence: Women around the world, human and monster alike, want to bear his genetically superior children! Since he’s currently engaged to the love of his life, Peter isn’t too keen on his sudden popularity, and it will take every ounce of self-control for Peter to keep his hands to himself and his relationship with his paramour in one piece.
Source: MoCa News, Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time official Twitter account
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