It’s cute that Furumi-san invites cats with catnip! The second season of the TV anime “Mr. Furumi is a communicable disease,” the production of which has been announced for some time, will start on April 6! which has been announced for a long time, the first broadcast date, new key visual, additional cast, and the artist in charge of OPED were announced.
Furumi-san is a communicable disease. (Original work: Oda Tomohito)” is a manga work serialized in Shogakukan’s “Weekly Shonen Sunday”. The series has sold a total of over 6 million copies, and the first season of the TV anime will be broadcast in October 2021. After that, the production of the second season was decided.
The long-awaited second season for fans will start on April 6, 2022, from 24:00 every Wednesday on TV Tokyo and other stations. On the same day, TV Osaka will start broadcasting at 25:35, and TV Aichi will start at 26:05.
Along with the announcement of the broadcast date, a new key visual was released. In the new key visual, Furumi and her friends are trying to lure a cat out with catnip, and in the background, Furumi’s friends and the characters she will meet are also depicted. We hope you will take a look at it in detail.
Also, Shinichiro Kamio has joined the new cast as Makoto Katai. We have received a character introduction and comments from the cast. The full text can be found below.
Makoto Katai (CV: Shinichiro Kamio)
Are you a hard-core person, Kataie-Kun?
I’m not very good at talking to people or taking action on my own. He used to be a bit of a recluse, but during the summer vacation, he decided to work out, dye his hair, and change his appearance. However, because of this, people around her think of her as a delinquent.
Q1. What is your impression of this film?
I like it very much because it is very warm and friendly. It’s heartwarming to see Tadano-kun continue to communicate with Furumi-san without worrying about his communicable disease. Tadano-kun, who is communicating well, is not just an ordinary person at all.
He’s a real people person and I wish I had a friend like him. I think I love Tadano-kun. By the way, I can’t stop watching Mr. Furumi trying his best to speak in his own words for his friends.
Q2: What is your impression of the character you play and how enthusiastic are you about the role?
Makoto Katai is a very nice guy, isn’t he? Because he is straightforward, his actions are consistent. If he worked out hard enough, he’d have a real body, he’s straight-up strong, and he’s straight-up “commie.
I’m looking forward to playing this role and I’m really happy to be the voice of Makoto Katai.
I will give it my all. By the way, I feel that the way he loves Tadano-kun is very similar to mine.
In addition, information on the opening and ending themes were also announced. The opening theme is “Blue 100 Colors” by Mirai Ito, who is not only a voice actress but also celebrates her 5th anniversary as an artist in 2021.
The ending song will be “Small Talk Day” by FantasticYouth, a two-piece music unit consisting of Onyu, a vocalist with overwhelming singing ability, and LowFat, a composer, rapper, and vocalist. We have also received comments from each of the artists, which can be found in full below.
Mirai Ito Comment
I’m very honored to be asked to sing the theme song for the second season of “Furumi-san is a Commie. I’m very honored to be in charge of the theme song for the second season!
I want to sing the song to the best of my ability so that I can express the cute, heartwarming, and slightly frustrating worldview of Ms. Furumi with my voice.
The theme song “Ao 100 Shoku” is a refreshing and catchy song that evokes the blue of each person’s youth. I hope you will enjoy not only the melody that lingers in your ears but also the sweet and sour nature of the poetic lyrics.
FantasticYouth, Onyu comment
Hello, I’m Onyu from FantasticYouth. I’ve been asked to be the ED theme singer for the second season of the TV anime “Furumi-san wa, Komuso desu. I’m going to be in charge of the ED theme for the second season.
It’s a lovely song that makes me feel both the dazzle of Mr. Furumi and his friends and the nostalgia for the days of my distant youth. I would be happy if, after listening to “Small Talk Day,” you find it “kind of nice” to communicate with someone around you in an embarrassing way.
I hope this song will help you and Mr. Furumi take a small step forward.