Kakegurui XX (Dub) Episode 6
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The first season of Kakegurui aired from July 1 to September 23, 2017, on Tokyo MX, MBS and other channels. Yuichiro Hayashi directed the series, Yasuko Kobayashi handled the scripts, and Manabu Akita handled the character designs. Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund composed the music for the series. The opening theme is "Deal with the Devil", performed by Tia. D-Selections performed the ending theme "LAYon-theLINE". The first season is licensed and streamed by Netflix, first in 2018, and ran for 12 episodes. Anime Limited acquired the series for release on home video in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Sentai Filmworks acquired the series for release on home video in the United States.
In August 2018, it was announced that Kakegurui season 2 would debut in Japan in January 2019. A second season titled Kakegurui ×× aired from January 8 to March 26, 2019. The cast reprised their roles, and the staff returned for the second season. Kiyoshi Matsuda joined Yuichiro Hayashi as director for the second season. For season 2 of the anime, Yasuko Kobayashi and Manabu Akita served respectively as writer and character designer, with MAPPA handling animation for the second season as well. Mitsuki Saiga was added to the season 2 cast, voicing the new character Miloslava Honebami. The second season's opening theme song is "Kono Yubi Tomare" (コノユビトマレ) performed by JUNNA, while the ending theme is "AlegriA" performed by D-selections. The second season ran for 12 episodes.
Bunny Drop is all about the bond that can develop between a father figure and their adoptive daughter. In this touching anime, Daikichi Kawachi decides to take in Rin Kaga, the illegitimate child of his deceased grandfather. Over the course of 11 episodes, Daikichi and Rin's relationship develops significantly, as the two characters learn to trust and cherish each other. Except for the occasional gag, Bunny Drop is a slice of life anime rather than a comedy, so it does not have Spy x Family's blend of humor and action; however, this series has one of the best father-daughter dynamics in anime.
Like Anya, Kusou wishes to keep his powers a secret from the world; also like Anya, that is easier said than done. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. is a laugh-out-loud comedy with episodes that typically consist of short skits that pair Kusuo with one or more of his quirky classmates.
While he still tends to be in the background, he is more talkative and often comments the events, usually speaking to the viewers directly. He's usually a source of comic relief thanks to the clash between his pragmatic attitude and Yumeko's eccentric behavior. He was given more relevance during some episodes: he's the one who saves Yumeko from Jun Kiwatari (taking Midari's place) by pretending that a council member is just around the corner and will get them. He also witnesses their game through a monitor in the school. 781b155fdc