Golden Kamuy 3rd Season
The third season of Golden Kamuy is a 2020 Japanese anime series, based on the manga series of the same title, written and illustrated by Satoru Noda. On July 7, 2019, it was announced that the series would receive a third season. The staff and cast returned to reprise their roles. On March 13, 2020, it was announced that the third season would premiere in October 2020. The series premiered on October 5, 2020 and ran for 12 episodes. The opening theme is "Grey" by Fomare while the ending theme is "Yūsetsu" by The Sixth Lie.
Golden Kamuy 3rd Season
Crunchyroll streamed the third season in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Funimation streamed the third season with an English dub at a later date.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Geno Studio aired with two seasons from April to December 2018. A third season aired from October to December 2020. A fourth season produced by Brain's Base premiered in October 2022. A live-action film adaptation has been announced. The manga has been licensed for an English-language release by Viz Media since 2016. The anime is licensed by Crunchyroll and Funimation.
At the conclusion of the first season broadcast, a second season was announced and aired from October 8 to December 24, 2018. The second season's opening theme, "Reimei", is performed by Sayuri and My First Story, and the ending theme, "Tokeidai no Kane", is performed by Eastern Youth.
On July 7, 2019, it was announced that the series will receive a third season. On March 13, 2020, it was announced that the third season would premiere in October 2020. The season aired from October 5 to December 21, 2020, for 12 episodes. The third season's opening theme, "Grey," is performed by Fomare, and the ending theme "Yūsetsu", is performed by The Sixth Lie.
On December 5, 2021, it was announced that the series will receive a fourth season. Brain's Base is producing the season, replacing Geno Studio. Shizutaka Sugahara is serving as the chief director, and Takumi Yamakawa is designing the characters. Noboru Takagi is returning to write the scripts. The season premiered on October 3, 2022. The opening theme, "Never Say Goodbye," is performed by ALI featuring Mummy-D, while the ending theme, "Subete ga Soko ni Arimasu You Ni," is performed by The Spellbound.
The first season of the series was released across three DVD and Blu-ray volumes in Japan, starting in July 2018; they had originally been planned to release starting in June, but were delayed one month to allow for improvements to the footage compared to the TV broadcast version. The Japanese home video volumes include the Golden Dōga Gekijō YouTube shorts, including episodes that are exclusive to the video release. An original video animation (OVA) based on the manga's "Barato" arc was released on DVD in a bundle with the manga's 15th Japanese volume on September 19, 2018. A second OVA was released with the manga's 17th Japanese volume on March 19, 2019. A third OVA based on the manga's "Monster" arc was released with the manga's 19th Japanese volume on September 19, 2019. A fourth OVA based on the manga's "Shiton Animal Record" arc was bundled with the 23rd manga volume on September 18, 2020.
The TV series is simulcast on Crunchyroll, and an English dub started streaming on Funimation starting on April 30, 2018. Crunchyroll streamed the third season in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Funimation streamed the third season with an English dub later.
In summary, the interactions of all the characters with each other, antagonistic or not, provided a type of charm to Golden Kamuy, and I found that charm lacking this season. Luckily, the seiyuus continued to voice act these characters with as much chemistry as they had before. Kenjiro Tsuda deserves a particular shoutout this time around as his performance of Ogata both fascinated and frightened me every time he spoke. Yoshimasa Hosoya, Chikahiro Kobayashi, and Haruka Shiraishi also lit up the screen as Tanigaki, Sugimoto, and Asirpa respectively.
Nearly two years after its Season 3 premiere, Golden Kamuy's fourth season is set to arrive this October in Japan. An adventure series steeped in culture and history, Golden Kamuy has captivated fans right up to the manga's conclusion this April. Masterfully weaving in thoughtful reflections on the effects of war, found family and indigenous rights into its Western-style action-adventure, it's no wonder Golden Kamuy has become a fan favorite. As fans eagerly await the next season, here's everything they need to know about what's happened so far.
Season 2 delves further into Tsurumi's machinations and some of the lengths he's gone to in order to prevent other groups from interfering with his plans. This season also takes a closer look at Asirpa and her father's history now that it's revealed he wasn't killed when the gold was stolen as she had previously thought but is actually the prisoner known as Nopperabo/Wilk, who's still locked inside Abashiri. The second season ends with a prison break to release Nopperabo gone wrong, leaving him and Sugimoto left for dead.
Season 3 picks up with Sugimoto, having miraculously recovered from his shot to the head, working with Tanigaki, Tsukishima and Lieutenant Koitoto to find a way to reunite with Asirpa. This season brings further twists as revelations about Kiroranke's past are revealed. He and Ogata continue to press Asirpa to recall memories with her father in an attempt to find the secret location of the gold, believing it to be known by Asirpa whether she realizes it or not. Kiroranke ultimately plans to use the gold to return to Russia to continue the fight he began with the assassination of Emperor Alexander II all those years earlier. 041b061a72