Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin! Season 2 Confirmed to be Coming

Game News – At the Azur Lane 6th Anniversary Festival, the announcement of Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin! Season 2 is finally revealed. The event also featured an announcement video, the series will also continue the adaptation of the manga of the same title.

Yostar Pictures and CANDY BOX produced the first season, which aired in winter 2021. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime with English subtitles.

This anime is an adaptation of Hori’s slice of life spin-off manga which started on the official Azur Lane Twitter account. Serialization began in Comic Rex magazine in April 2018. Ichijinsha will release its fourth volume on September 27.


The original smartphone game Azur Lane was developed in May 2017 by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi and published by streaming website Bilibili. The game was released in Japan in September 2017 by Yostar, with an official English localization released in May 2019. A comic anthology was released in January 2018, with a PlayStation 3D game, Azur Lane Crosswave, released in August 2019 by Compile Hearts.


In a seemingly peaceful time with no threat of Sirens or war lurking, shipgirls from different countries live together in harmony. Some girls, such as destroyers Ayanami, Javelin, Laffey, and Z23, go to school. Others are immersed in a variety of other activities, including sports, foraging for food, training, going to formal parties, or even competing for the commander’s attention! But one thing is certain: the girls will continue to deepen their friendship in the fun harbor, Azur Lane!

About Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin! Season 2


The second season of Azur Lane Bisoku Zenshin!, also known as Azur Lane: Slow Ahead! in the West, it has been officially announced. Yostar Pictures released the first season in 2021 with the following cast and crew:


  • Nozomi Yamane as Javelin
  • Yō Taichi as Ayanami
  • Maria Naganawa as Laffey
  • Rika Abe as Z23
  • Sumire Uesaka as Akashi
  • Minami Takahashi as Baltimore
  • Ayane Sakura as Prinz Eugen


  • Director: Masato Jinbo
  • Author: Yū Satō
  • Producer: Yostar Pictures
  • Studio: CANDY BOX
  • Production Collaboration: Yokohama Animation Lab
  • Character Designer: Hiromitsu Hagiwara
  • Animation Directors: Kengo Saitō and Hiromitsu Hagiwara
  • Composer: Shade

Watch the full trailer here!






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