New Spy x Family trailer teases Puppy Crisis arc

New Spy x Family trailer teases Puppy Crisis arc
New Spy x Family trailer teases Puppy Crisis arc
Image: atsuya Endo/Shueisha, Spy x Family Project

Tetsuya Endo Spy x Family is a very good anime that features an eclectic cast of characters. Loid Forger and Yor Briar are respectively a to spy and assassin pretending to be husband and wife, and their adopted daughter Anya is the only one who knows their secrets, as she has telepathic powers. The show succeeds in part because counterfeiters manages to skate as an average family despite the three of them being clearly weird, and some of the show’s best moments come when the facade of their ordinary lives collides with the heightened reality of Loid or Yor’s secret professions.

This collision recurs with the upcoming series adaptation of the manga’s “Puppy Crisis” arc. When Loid’s agency uncovers a plot to assassinate a minister, the spy is called into action. just while forgers are looking for a dog to complement their normal family image. The adorable dog Anya ends up settling on just happens to see the future, and the young girl takes it upon herself to try to save her daddy’s life.


A premise like this would make you think it would be better suited for an anime-based movie, but no, Spy x Family is just often like that. With a new opening song in Bump of Chicken’s “Souvenir,” the new arc of episodes looks as fun as the show did when it first premiered earlier in the year. With other anime for fall season teases high stakes Where bloody carnagesomething like that can be a good cleanser for the awkward palate.

Spy x Family will return with new episodes on October 1st.

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