The Season 2 of Kemonokko Tsuushin The Animation and everything you need to know about the series, but before will start I would like you to read the short Recap and the story Hiro is a young man who is highly insecure about his height. He is advised to drink milk by everyone in order to get big and robust. He detests milk more than anything else, though. One day, while looking online for a new way to develop, he unexpectedly comes upon the young Bell, a girl who is half human and half cow with large “bells,” in front of him. After some initial hesitation, she quickly offers him milk that will undoubtedly be to his taste.
If you are willing to rewatch or New to watch this anime then this article is for you, because you will need to read this before anything else.
Kemonokko Tsuushin The Animation: Will they be a season 2?
No, unfortunately not. Kemono Friends was a project by the late Mine Yoshizaki. There were two seasons of the anime that aired in 2021 with 2 episodes each. They were both directed by Tatsuki (of YuruYuri fame). The series is set at Japari Park where animals have grown human-like intelligence after being struck by an asteroid. It follows new arrivals to the park who find themselves thrown into this world and make friends with different animal species. Unlike other animated series from Kemonozukan, this one had no toys or merchandise released which may be why it was only given two seasons.
As mentioned above, one of Kemono Friends’ strongest points was its music. It had many great tracks, but none stand out more than Rōsario, who performed a lovely version of both Yoiyoiyoi and Japari Bus. I Hope they make more cause this was great. Been waiting for a cow girl anime ? Well you’re in luck! Shinichiro Watanabe’s Cowboy Bebop will soon have a movie! We’ll let you know as soon as we hear any news on the release date!
Kemonokko Tsuushin The Animation Recap and Review
“For fans, I will give you as much as you want of my delicious milk!”
Story: Hiro is very self-conscious about his height and hates drinking milk, like everyone tells him to. While looking for more non-conventional ways to grow up on his phone, he ends up summoning a cow girl (?) named Bell. They eventually meet again after he ran away (??) the first time, and she’s about to present him with a kind of milk that will really suit his tastes.
Art: The art looks very pretty and unique on its own. The lines are incredibly clean and the animation is very good, although some scenes feel very static. There were a few good angles, but the majority sucked because they were too zoomed in, as if they didn’t know how to work with Bell’s size.
Sound: I really liked both Bell and Hiro’s voices (finally, a good shota voice); they worked very well. The sound effects are great. There was no soundtrack besides the credit song, which was pretty good for what it’s worth.
Character: Bell is very hot while also being very very cute, and it’s always good to see big girls. I absolutely loved her. I thought Hiro would be alright since I loved his voice, but he wears Crocs, and that’s such an unforgivable abominable sin that I spent the whole f*cking episode wondering if he was still wearing them while having s3x with Bell, and oh boy, of fucking course he was. Absolutely filthy.
Enjoyment: Although I enjoyed the art quite a lot, the story not even bothering to make any sense + the lack of music + bad angles (+ CROCS WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K) sadly made for an overall lackluster experience that had much more potential.
Kemonokko Tsuushin The Animation Release Date And where to Watch
The series was released on 2021 and fans can watch it on Hanime. Kemonokko Tsuushin is a Japanese anime television series adaptation of the manga of the same name by Mitsuru Adachi, animated by Studio Hibari. For those who are wondering about the plot, there’s no need to worry because this is an adaptation of the original story with new scenes added in which show the sisters’ everyday life living with their father. The animation looks great with vibrant colors that compliment well with each other. Fans will not have trouble recognizing where things are from as some locations from where the story took place are shown at least once or twice during each episode.