Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress To Get Third and Fourth Seasons

Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress is set to get a third and fourth season. The anime’s first season ran from April to June, while the second season is set to begin in October. 

The current staff includes Satoshi Mori (The Rising of the Shield Hero monster designer) as director, Ryūtarō Suzuki (Revue Starlight movie unit director) as assistant director, Hiroyuki Saita (Revue Starlight character designer) as character designer and chief animation director, CLAMP as the original character designer, Natsuko Takahashi (Farewell, My Dear Cramer) and Mori as the series composers, and Momoko Toyoda (Shadows House scriptwriter) as assistant composer.

Other staff include Takeshi Takakura (Revue Starlight co-mecha designer) as mechanical designer, Sayaka Kashiwamura (The Millionaire Detective Balance: UNLIMITED co-art director) as art director, Hikari Komiya (Revue Starlight: Rondo Rondo Rondo assistant color designer) as color designer, Natsuki Takei (Fire Force Season 2 co-assistant photography director) as photography director, and Hijiri Kuwano (Melody of Oblivion co-music composer) as music composer. Kinema Citrus, Kinema Citrus subsidiary Gifuto Animation, and STUDIO JEMI are the animation production studios.  

Meanwhile, the cast includes Shōta Aoi as Yu-yu Kondō, Yūki Ono as Danji Momoyama, Yūma Uchida as Tohya Ebata, Amane Shindō as Megumi Ōkura, Masahiro Itō as Zakusa Ishigame, Hikaru Tōno as Tomari Seto, Shūta Morishima as Masanori Iseki, and Yuki Nakashima as Mysterious Girl Mirei. 

The story follows Yu-yu, a 15-year-old who can sense others’ feelings and struggles to say no to requests. When he runs away from home one day due to his sister’s hobby, he meets Megumi Okura and is invited to the Wonder Hill amusement park, where a group called Team Blackout plays Vanguard. Yu-yu is “drawn in by its powerful allure- making friends along the way.” 

Source: Cardfight!! Vanguard Twitter

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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