The Burn the Witch anime studio has created a new poster to commemorate a special new birthday!
Studio Colorido is gradually becoming one of the most renowned anime studios of our time. The studio has consistently released major feature films that have somehow struck a chord with audiences.
By joining forces with Netflix for the foreseeable future, this trend is likely to continue with the studio’s promising future.
The start of this new period coincides with the studio’s tenth anniversary. Everyone involved in their projects celebrates in unique ways.
Burn the Witch anniversary poster
Studio Colorido is celebrating its tenth anniversary and the makers behind many of their products are celebrating this occasion in new ways. This includes the feature film version of Tite Kubo’s recently released limited manga series, Burn The Witch.
This premiered in Japan in 2020. Burn The Witch director Tatsuro Kawano presented a unique new image featuring Ninny Spangcole, Noel Niihashi and Balgo Parks as seen in the feature commemorating the studio’s special anniversary. You can see it below:
The future of Burn The Witch is just as bright as Studio Colorido’s. There is no indication of a future anime sequel to the series. The original limited manga will continue with a “Burn The Witch season 2” at some point in the future.
Kubo hasn’t informed fans of the release date for the new chapters yet, but with his ties to Bleach and Bleach actually returning for new manga and anime, it might not be long before we see his iconic witches in action again.
If you want to see this amazing anime for yourself, you can watch it now at crunchy rolls (split into three episodes for international release).
Burn the Witch anime synopsis and more
Historically, dragons have been responsible for 72 percent of all fatalities in London. Although most of the population is not aware of their existence. The story is about two witches named Noel and Ninny, who work for an organization in an alternative London.
The two must capture dragons and other supernatural dangers before they wreak havoc on the other side of the planet.
Burn the Witch status update
Unfortunately, during an interview with Comical Natalie, Kubo gave an update on Burn The Witch season 2’s development, stating that it may not be as “soon” as previously anticipated. Shonen Jump’s editors, it turns out, have included the “soon” hint in its cheek to urge Kubo to speed up the following chapters.
“My editor told me they wanted to include the Season 2 announcement at the end of the last chapter of Season 1, so I told them I’d do some sketches for that, as they appear on those pages,” Kubo said of Burn The Witch Season 2. Kubo then noted that the “Coming Soon” section was written without his approval.
What are your thoughts? What did you think of Burn The Witch? Do you ever want to see a sequel? Let us know what you think in the comments!