Anime – Fire Force Dominates The Summer Season 2019


The new summer season has started some time ago and with it, there is again a lot of new anime stuff. An anime stands out in particular. After only a few episodes, “Fire Force” breaks into the hearts of the audience. 

An anime stands out quite formidable in the offer from the anime Summer Season of 2019. “Fire Force” is already very popular with the anime fans after only a few episodes. The anime comes from Atsushi Ōkubo, who showed his creative streak on “Soul Eater”, and is based on the manga of the same name, which was released on September 2015 in Weekly Shonen Magazine. Now the audiovisual effects kill all anime fans. 

But what is Fire Force about?

In “Fire Force” the spectators accompany a special unit of the fire brigade, which is dedicated to a very special task. Tokyo suffers from a blazing threat. Spontaneous auto-ignition literally causes people to go up in flames – a danger to the whole city and its citizens. 

But it would not be an anime if there was not another twist. They do not simply burn themselves, they also evolve into devilish adversaries, who must fight the special unit with their wacky abilities, so that no more mischief happens.

Now, however, the question arises where this evil comes from and if there is any particular reason for this bleak outbreak in Tokyo. Who or what is behind it? 

The production of the anime is led by Yuki Yase in the studio David Productions (“Cells at Work” and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”). 

The anime “Fire Force” is expected to come along with a total of four seasons. At what distance they are shown is still unclear. The first season may consist of 24 episodes, the manga from 16 volumes. New episodes are always available on Fridays at 19:25 in the simulcast on Wakanim. The manga is available via Amazon.

The fans on the net are in any case agreed that the anime visually convinced and you quickly close the characters in the heart:

Top anime in the summer of 2019!

Below is a small list of noteworthy animes that you can see this summer: 

  • Astra Lost in Space (from 3 July)
  • Fire Force (from July 5th on Crunchyroll, Wakanim)
  • Dr. Stone (from July 5th on Crunchyroll)
  • One Piece: Wano-Kuni Arc (from 7th of July on Wakanim, Anime-on-Demand)
  • Vinland Saga (from July 7 on Amazon Prime)
  • DanMachi: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Season 2 (from July 13 via Sentai Filmworks)
  • A Certain Scientific Railgun (Netflix as of August 1st) 
  • Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac (on Netflix from July 19th)