We waited a while for the second season of “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?”. We enjoyed the spin-off DanMachi: “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side – Sword Oratoria,” which featured the viewpoint of the first season from the perspective of the Sword Princess Aiz Wallenstein. Well, Bell-Kun is back with his Goddess Hestia for more adventures.
The second season is now airing on Crunchyroll in the summer block of anime shows. One episode in and the show is already taking off with mystery, romance, and adventure. Be sure to catch up before you get left behind on season two. We also still have the Danmachi Memoria Freese mobile game that’s been a mega-hit in the U.S… You can say we are head over heels for Danmachi.
If the second season starting isn’t enough Danmachi for your plate. Then the news that Fathom Events and Sentai Filmworks are bringing to U.S. theatres “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion” the movie is bigger. Yes, for one night only in Japanese-subtitles July 23, select theaters will have the film.
In addition to viewing the full feature, cinema audiences will be treated to an exclusive special feature including never-before-seen interviews with Japanese production staff, a JC STAFF studio tour, an art gallery and a retrospective look at the DanMachi franchise as a whole (including “Is It Wrong…” Season 1, “Sword Oratoria,” and “Hot Spring”).
Far from the dungeon beneath Orario rises a new threat, one the beautiful goddess Artemis has sworn to destroy with the help of her chosen warrior. But this fighter isn’t the renowned Ais Wallenstein or another storied hero of Orario legend. Instead, the fate of Artemis’ quest falls upon the shoulders of Bell Cranel, who must partner with the goddess and stand against the menace lurking in the remains of a distant, ancient city. Although Bell is the ordained champion of Artemis and a member of the goddess Hestia’s Familia, their adventure will test every skill and take every ounce of courage that Bell has — and perhaps, along the way, turn him into the hero he has always aspired to be.