The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 3

The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 3 New Trailer Reveals Release Date

August 28, 2023

A new trailer for Season 3 of The Rising of the Shield Hero was unveiled. This October sees the debut of the anime. Citrus Kinema is animating. The opening theme, “SIN,” is being performed by MADKID and can be heard in the trailer. Chiai Fujikawa is in charge of the closing theme, “Suki ni Natte wa Ikenai Riyu.” This year’s Anime Expo featured an early showing of The Rising of the Shield Hero 3 and the debut of a fresh key image.

The Rising of the Shield Hero
The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 3

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The third season is being directed by Hitoshi Haga, with Keigo Koyonagi handling the series composition (Kinema Citrus is also given credit). The soundtrack is being composed by Kevin Penkin.

The Rising of the Shield Hero story:

An ordinary otaku named Iwatani Naofumi discovers a book in the library that transports him to another world. As one of the Four Cardinal Heroes, he is responsible with uniting the sword, spear, and bow and battling the Waves of Catastrophe as the Shield Hero. Naofumi and his group set out on their journey, eager for the promise of a great adventure. But only a few days later is he deceived, losing all of his money, respect, and dignity. He hires Raphtalia, a slave, and confronts the Waves and the rest of the world after losing all faith in people. Will he actually be able to change this hopeless circumstance, though?

The Rising of the Shield Hero anime adaptation’s second season debuted in April of last year instead of its initial October 2021 debut date. The second season was directed by Masato Jinbo, with Keigo Koyanagi handling the series composition. Character creation is attributed to Masahiro Suwa. Once more, Kevin Penkin will write the music. DR Movie from Korea and Kinema Citrus contributed to the animation. The first season was animated by Kinema Citrus and debuted in 2019. Aneko Yusagi’s and Minami Seira’s series of light novels serve as the inspiration for the anime.

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