Assassination classroom anime season 2 episode list
One, if not the best series of 2015, kickstarts the second season with more hilarious, troll and tender situations between Korosensei and his students.
Episode 1 (23) – Summer Festival Time – (夏祭りの時間) – January 7, 2016
Episode 2 (24) – Kaede Time – (カエデの時間) – January 14, 2016
Episode 3 (25) – Itona Horibe Time – (堀部イトナの時間) – January 21, 2016
Episode 4 (26) – Spin Time – (紡ぐ時間) – January 28, 2016
Episode 5 (27) – TBA- February 4, 2016
Episode 6 (28) – TBA – February 11, 2016
Episode 8 (29) – TBA – February 18, 2016
Episode 9 (30) – TBA – February 25, 2016
Episode 10 (31) – TBA – March 3, 2016
Episode 11 (32) – TBA – March 10, 2016
Episode 12 (33) – TBA – March 17, 2016
Episode 13 (34) – TBA – March 24, 2016 – (end of season)
(It’s highly likely that they will greenlight another set of 13 episodes to cover Spring 2016, we would just need official confirmation)
News – January 2016
Assassination classroom coming to Nintendo 3DS
Due to be released on March 4, Bamdai Namco has published on its website a new trailer of the upcoming 3DS game titled Assassination Classroom: Assassin raising project!
In the game, you’re just another student at Class 3-E and of course you need to formulate your plan to kill Koro-sensei, as you struggle through homework and tests with Nagisa :3 as your friend, and Karuma as your trainer.
Here’s a preview of the game’s interface, courtesy of Siliconera:
The premise can’t be more simple and fun!
It will have a retail price of $47 and it will have bonus features such as special themes and seemingly wardrobe options for Koro-sensei.
Assassination classroom live-action movie sequel to premiere on March 25
Following the success of the first movie and set to premiere on March 25, there’s great expectation for it already.
Titled the Graduation chapter (Sotsugyo-hen) the storyline features the love story between the God of Death and Yukimura.
Ryosuke Yamada reprises his role as Nagisa, as well as the other actors playing the students.
One thing I can tell you for sure: this movie is wayyy better and more exciting than the Last.
Of course, this all depends on tastes, and mind me, I DID like the Last: Naruto the movie, but I felt that the plot was just too simple, even for Naruto movie standards, and it was a device to rush up Naruhina in the process.
And I want to clarify from the beginning: my bias is towards SasuNaru/Narusasu, but I don’t mind at all a well done NaruHina or other pairing for that matter.
But let’s cut to the chase:
This review of course is not definitive, as the BD/DVD release date is still to be known in Japan and the US, but I’m betting for a February / April release in the midst of the hype of Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.
Boruto Naruto the movie full recap /synopsis/ storyline
It’s been 15 years after the events of chapter 699, it has been a time of peace and development after the last war.
Konoha begins to resemble a small scale Tokyo with its concrete buildings and first skyscrapers, the old mingles with the new. However, the faces of the 7 Hokages still stand out.
This is interesting because at last we get an inkling that the Naruto original series may have taken place around the 70’s, and the ‘actual’ time of this storyline must be around the 90’s.
But Kishimoto-sensei clarified at NYCC that it’s its own continuity, with elements from different decades.
So, what happened to Sasuke?
‘To atone for my sins’, as he has said, he has gone away on S-rank level missions all these years to confirm a possible threat around the ruins of Kaguya’s Castle.
And the movie opens with him battling two guys that appeared in this dimension, who may be Kaguya’s relatives.
It is not clearly specified, but both Naruto’s and Sasuke’s arms can still form some seals, though they are badly damaged beyond repair.