After a long wait, Fire Force has finally returned for Season 2 as part of the Summer 2020 new anime wave. The first episode has officially made its simulcast debut, and fans are all in thanks to its explosive showcase. Starting off with a lighter, and slightly non-canon adventure in order to get fans reacquainted with the Special Fire Force Company 8 crew, this special premiere episode also made sure to squeeze in the kind of well animated and high octane action fans fell in love with during the first season of the series.
Not only was the first episode of Fire Force's new season a huge hit with fans, fans who attended Funimation's virtual convention, FunimationCon, also got to check out the second episode of the series as well. And thanks to the series' SimulDub premiere, Funimation also confirmed new voices joining the English cast.
Read on to see how fans are reacting Fire Force's Season 2 premiere, and let us know what you thought! Did Fire Force's second season premiere bring you into the fold again? Excited to see where these new episodes will go? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!
Starts Off on the Right Devil's Foot!
It's not just the extremely packed opening, filled with so much talent all over the the place! Aimer's "SPARK-AGAIN" also delivers the hype, equally amazing!! 😌✨#Fireforce#炎炎ノ消防隊 pic.twitter.com/SqvMoJ7kII— Tonatiú S. 🇧🇷 (@Tonatiu_S) July 3, 2020
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Holy shit, what an amazing start to Summer 2020! Right off the bat, #FireForce Season 2 just showing off all the reasons why I fell in love with it in the first place. INSANE action. Great comedy. Top-tier directing. It was PERFECT! Twin Cobra! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/7zlM0q0Lud— Kukikaze (@MatsukazeKuki) July 3, 2020
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