Fresh month, new beginnings!
We, too, are astounded at how quickly the days are passing by. Rather than bemoaning the passing of time, we wish you a happy new month, since with each new month comes new anime on Netflix that we are sure you will like.
We were awarded a slew of fantastic titles last month. The second seasons of Pacific Rim, Ultraman, and Tiger & Bunny were all made available on the streaming service, much to the delight of many fans.
With the release of the highly anticipated film Bubble, anime fans were also excited about their favorite series’ new seasons, particularly because it included some of the most skilled personalities in the industry.
A lot more brilliance is on the way this month. I guarantee that you won’t want to miss a single second of what’s to come.
1. The Garden of the Vampire
For many years, Wit Studio’s excellent work has been driving people wild. This time it’s all about the studio’s second project, which it hopes will make people fall in love.
The first season of Vampire in the Garden will premiere on May 16th, 2022. International viewers won’t have to deal with any issues seeing Vampire in the Garden because of its upcoming release on Netflix.
Humans and vampires formerly coexisted together, according to the show’s creators, who are keeping their plot details under wraps. There was a period when humans and apes lived peacefully together. Momo, a human girl, and Fine, a vampire, begin to co-exist in this world of calamity once again.
2. Komi Can’t Communicate (Season 2)
Want to see some anime about growing up and finding your place in the world? Komi Can’t Communicate is the show you should be looking forward to..
The anime will be available on Netflix on April 27th, 2022, despite the fact that the series will be broadcast in Japan on April 7th, 2022. If you haven’t seen the first season of the show, now is the time to do so.
It’s going to be May 4th when the next episode comes out. So far, the second season of Komi Can’t Communicate is everything we expected it to be: hilarious, silly, and wholesome.
Even though Komi suffers from social anxiety, she is doing an amazing job of establishing new acquaintances. While some of the individuals she encounters are clearly more quirky than others, others are also a little bashful like her own.
As a result of meeting so many new people, our courageous high school girl will gradually begin to come out of her shell.
So much more of Komi’s narrative awaits you in the second cour (also known as the second season), which will include another twelve episodes.
A delinquent and a gorgeous, self-absorbed geek. I can’t wait for the new year to begin! Every Wednesday, new episodes of this show will be available on Netflix.
Here’s a sneak glimpse at what’s to come in the second season with this official trailer.
3. SAC 2045 from Ghost in the Shell (Season 2)
When it comes to anime, there are few better choices than Ghost in the Shell: SAC 2045 for fans of computer-generated imagery (CGI).
After the release of season one in April 2020, the second season is scheduled to be published on May 23rd of that same year. Ghost in Shell’s swinging animation will make you ponder about the company that created it. ‘ Production I.G. himself, of course.
The anime takes place in the year 2045 when all forms of cash have lost their value and the globe is in the midst of a long-term conflict. It will be up to a group of mercenaries called “GHOST” to deal with the “Post Humans” danger.