Summer Time Rendering Hypes Next Episodes With New Trailer, Poster

Summer Time Rendering has been one of the standout anime debuts of the Spring overseas, and now it is getting ready for its second wave of episodes with a new trailer and poster teasing more of what fans can expect from the series! Although the anime adaptation taking on Yasuki Tanaka's original manga series was one of the more curious new anime releases of the last seasonal schedule, it has yet to get an official international release following its license by the Walt Disney Company. That means while it's been airing new episodes in Japan, fans in other territories need to wait much longer to stream the new series for themselves.

Summer Time Rendering will be airing its second half of episodes beginning this Summer season, and the first half of the season teased some major shake ups that already went down. The series teased quite a bloody mystery that has been a huge hit with fans thus far, and with the anime adaptation teasing a complete take on the original manga series, there's quite a lot riding on this second half of the season to stick landing. To get a feel for what is coming next beginning this month overseas, you can check out the new trailer and poster below: 

Ayumu Watanabe directs the series as OLM, and Summer Time Rendering stars the likes of Natsuki Hanae as Shinpei Ajiro, Anna Nagase as Ushio Kofune, Saho Shirasu as Mio Kofune, Yoko Hikasa as Hizuru Minakata, Jin Urayama as Ginjiro Nezu, Kensho Ono as So Hishigata, Maki Kawase as Tokiko Hishigata, Akio Ohtsuka as Seido Hishigata, Tessho Genda as Alain Kofune, Yoji Ueda as Tetsu Totsumura, and Katsuyuki Konishi as Masahito Karakiri. The series runs for 25 episodes, and has been licensed by the Walt Disney Company for a worldwide release with Disney+. 

It's yet to be revealed when exactly the series will be releasing outside of Japan, but now that the second half is kicking off it's now that much closer to its worldwide release than ever. As for what to expect from Summer Time Rendering when the anime does release internationally, Shueisha officially describes the original manga as such, "Upon hearing of Ushio's death, Shinpei returns to his hometown of Wakayama City on Hitogashima and reunites with his childhood friend's family. The funeral goes smoothly, but under the surface something strange is brewing on the island. What mysteries await him on this secluded summer island?"


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