‘Helck’ Returns To HiDive For Cour 2

‘Helck’ is returning to the HiDive streaming service for its second cour and will have a fall debut. The action comedy will be available for fans to enjoy on October 3rd, 2023, and will be a part of the HiDive “simulcast” slate, arriving the same day as its premiere in Japan.

The anime is produced by the Japanese animation studio Satelight and is directed by Tatsuo Sato. The scripts were written by Toshizo Nemoto and Mitsutaka Hirota, the character designs were handled by Yoshinori Deno, and the music was composed by Yoshihisa Hirano. Cour 1 had a total of twelve episodes.

You can watch the trailer below:

The show is based on a manga written by Nanaki Nanao and published by the Tokyo-based publisher Shogakukan. The stories are serialized in the ‘Ura Sunday’ magazine and are published in the United States by Viz Media.

TV Tropes describes the synopsis as follows,

“After the defeat of a powerful demon king, the Demon World has begun a tournament to find a worthy successor. Powerful demons from all across the land gather to show themselves worthy, but a slight problem has arisen. An extremely powerful human hero by the name of Helck has entered the tournament, and worst of all he is almost guaranteed to win.

Red Vamirio, one of the Four Great Kings of the whole Demon Empire, cannot believe this and furthermore will not allow it – humans are the enemy. She sets several roadblocks for Helck but the human passes them all easily and with each contest the citizens come to love Helck.

Unbeknownst to everyone though are the dark and tragic events that have led Helck to the tournament. Will Helck be the savior of the world or the beginning of the end?”

Japanese pop singer Aimi sings Cour 2’s theme song “Help.”

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