AX 2017: Production I.G Premieres FLCL 2 and 3 Trailer

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

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FLCL 2 and 3

Yesterday at Anime Expo 2017, Production I.G revealed the first trailer for FLCL 2 and 3. Each season will have two completely different stories.

Originally slated for late 2017, FLCL 2  will premiere in 2018 followed by a break leading up to FLCL 3. Each season will be 6 episodes, like the original series. In Japan, both seasons will be shown theatrically as two movies instead of as a series. Additionally, a manga has been announced for FLCL 2.

According to the show’s official website, each season will have some staff changes:

FLCL 2 Staff:

  • Chief Director: Katsuyuki Motohiro

  • Supervisor: Kazuya Tsurumaki

  • Directors: Kazuto Arai, Toshihisa Kaiya, Yuki Ogawa, Yoshihide Ibata, Kei Suezawa, Hiroshi Ikehata

  • Script: Hideto Iwai

  • Original Character Design: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto

  • Character Design: Chikashi Kubota

  • Mechanical Design: Kiyotaka Oshiyama

  • Theme Song: the pillows

  • Animation Production: Production I.G

FLCL 3 Staff:

  • Chief Director: Katsuyuki Motohiro

  • Supervisor: Kazuya Tsurumaki

  • Directors: Yutaka Uemura, Kiyotaka Suzuki

  • Script: Hideto Iwai

  • Original Character Design: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto

  • Character Design: Yūichi Takahashi

  • Mechanical Design: Kiyotaka Oshiyama

  • Theme Song: the pillows

  • Animation Production: Production I.G, NUT, REVOROOT

The series originally premiered with a total of six episodes back in 2000.

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About Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper graduated Ball State University with a major in Creative Writing and a minor in Professional Writing. Originally joining Operation Rainfall as an anime news writer, he also writes gaming news and dabbles in reviews. His one true love in life is Xenosaga, and he prays daily for a fourth game.