After months of waiting the Komi-san anime has finally returned with its next season and it started with quite a blast and now fans are quite excited for the next episode. So, with that being said in this article, we’ll look at everything you need to know about Komi-San Can’t Communicate Season 2 Episode 11 like the release date, countdown, English dub, and where you can watch the anime.
For the unacquainted, Komi Can’t Communicate (Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu) known as Komi-san is one the most popular romance manga currently running. Fans for years have been waiting for its anime adaptation and their prayers were finally answered when the anime adaptation was officially announced in May 2021.
Studio OLM is again animating the series who are known for their work on various Pokemon animated series over the along with their recent hit “Odd Taxi”. Ayumu Watanabe is returning as the chief director along with Kazuki Kawagoe as the series director. Deko Akao is handling the series scripts and Atsuko Nakajima is drawing the character designs.
Episode 11 of Komi-san Season 2 is scheduled to air on 15th June 2022, at 12:00 AM JST in Japan. Meanwhile, Netflix will stream the episode globally on 6th July 2022 Moreover, the anime will run for around 3 months with 12 episodes. This Spring season, many new and old anime are coming out and to keep track of all the new episodes coming out, we have created a release schedule for the anime. So, that you can stay up to date with when is the new episode coming out.
Now as for the international audience the latest episode will be available by the following date and time in these time zones:
If you are currently residing in Japan then you can easily watch the show on the TV Tokyo channel. If not then don’t worry you can stream the show on Netflix where the new episodes will arrive every Wednesday, 3 weeks after the Japanese broadcast.
The episodes at first will be available in Japanese dub with multiple subtitles options to choose from and eventually English dub and other localised dubs will be added soon.
This is the first time an anime (along with Blue Period) will be aired weekly episodes through Netflix (outside of the Japanese version), with the majority of exclusive series only launching after the entire series has concluded its domestic broadcast.
The TV anime series “Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2″ will run from April 6, 2022, to June 22, 2022, with around 12 episodes in total. The anime will have a new episode every Wednesday at 12:00 AM JST, you can check the schedule we have created above for the exact dates of episode release.
Note: Some episodes might get delayed because of some reason or another and if that happens we will update the schedule with new dates.
With Netflix streaming the show globally, the English Dub of Komi-San Season 2 already has been confirmed and now it is only a matter of when it will premiere. We are expecting Netflix to follow their similar old method of releasing the English dub and all other dub versions once the show has ended, so believe the Komi-San Can’t Communicate English dub will premiere in May 2022.
The dub cast will reprise their original roles as follows:
Komi Can’t Communicate is a cute story of a boy named Todano who meets a new classmate named Komi. When Komi goes to introduce herself to the class, she gets so worked up she ends up writing her name on the board. Most of her classmates don’t question why she decided to write her name on the board due to her being so pretty.
Todano ends up getting stuck with Komi during lunch break and decides to try to communicate with her. In a touching scene involving “talking” via blackboard, Tadano learns Komi has a communication disorder. Komi isn’t elusive; she can’t get the courage to speak, and her cool demeanour is a mask for the anxiety she battles. However, despite this, she has a goal to make 100 friends. Todano, deciding he’s the first, decides to help her become more social and complete her goal. Considering the high school they go to specifically select the “most unique” students imaginable, it’s going to be tough.