Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra Previews OP and ED With New Trailer

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The Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra ecchi fantasy anime has received a new trailer with two versions. One features the opening song “Kurenazumu Yakusoku” by Isekaijoucho, while the other features the ending song “Koi Gokoro” by Hilcrhyme.

Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra will premiere in Japan on October 9. The first season of the ecchi fantasy anime aired in 2020 and had three versions with varying amounts of censorship.

Crunchyroll describes the first season as:

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!

The returning staff includes Tatsumi as director and Nora Mouri as series composer. Manga artist Koh Kawarajima is now the character designer, with illustrator Qtarou Phoenix assisting as sub-character designer. Other new staff include Baku Production’s Kurata Kenichi (Aharen-san wa Hakarenai) as art director and Kazuto Horikawa (Battle Athletes Victory Restart!) as photography director. Wolfsbane is again the animation production company, but with Animation Studio Seven co-producing.

Kana Yuuki and Shiori Izawa are joining the cast as the high elf Fulltalia and and the dwarf Misslim respectively. The returning cast includes:

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

Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super Extra is based on the Futabasha-published manga by Ginpachi, which began in 2017 and has 11 tankoubon volumes as of September 2022. It is serialized in Monthly Action and published under the Action Comics label.

Source: Asmik Ace YouTube channel

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