“Dog Days” Third Season Gets the Green Light

By: Hannah Becker

The anime series Dog Days was green-lit for a third season at the Flonya Festival 2012 on November 25. The Flonya Festival is a special Dog Days event to promote the show. This information was also tweeted from the Dog Days manga illustrator, Fujima Takuya.

Dog Days is a fantasy series created by Masaki Tsuzuki and directed by Keizo Kusakawa. The first season premiered in 2011, with a story revolving around a cheerful, athletic boy named Sink Izumi. He is summoned to another world by its princess to defend their country. In this separate world, the people there look like humans, except for the fact they have ears and tails. He returns home, but of course in season two, he is eventually summoned back, creating a relationship with this other world and the people in it.

The television series, animated by Seven Arcs, was the first of Dog Days media, but since then a manga, light novel and drama CDs have been produced. Seems like a lot to have sprung from a storyline in less than two years!

Not much information has been released about the third season of Dog Days, such as the format, crew and dates, but fans can breathe a sigh of relief with the knowledge of its production.

The second season finished airing last September, so hopefully there will be more information posted soon!

Via Crunchyroll