Spy x Family Celebrates Black Tie Affair in New Art

Spy x Family became a runaway hit when the anime adaptation's first episode arrived earlier this year, but fans have had to wait a few months for the series to return with new episodes following its first cour. To help celebrate the franchise's return to the small screen, new art sees Loid, aka the master spy Twilight, Yor, aka the master assassin Thorn Princess, and Anya the telepath wearing their finest formal attire to properly ring in the occasion.    

When last we left the Forger following the first batch of episodes making up season one, Anya was successful in gaining entry to Eden College as a student, thanks in part to her parents' preparation along with her telepathic abilities. Unfortunately, the telepathic powerhouse hasn't managed to get close enough to her target in order to bring Twilight's mission to an end, with Anya having a tricky time blending into such a distinguished student body. In the last episodes, the anime adaptation hints at a furry new addition to the Forger Family, with the trusty canine, Bond, holding some major secrets of his own that will play a major role in the coming episodes.

The Official Spy x Family Twitter Account shared this formal new photo of the Forger Family, with Twilight, the Thorn Princess, and Anya all preparing for the return of their anime adaptation that has taken the world by storm since it dropped its first episode earlier this year:

Despite the overwhelming popularity of the Forgers, the anime adaptation has yet to confirm whether there will be a second season of Spy x Family, though it seems like a foregone conclusion that the television show will make a return following these upcoming new episodes. With the manga by Tatsuya Endo continuing to release new chapters, the anime adaptation has plenty of stories that have yet to be brought to the small screen as the Forgers continue their undercover mission, all while attempting to keep their secrets from one another.


Do you think the Forgers' formal look will hit the anime adaptation proper in these upcoming new installments? Do you think a season two will be a foregone conclusion? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Spy x Family