Curious to know about the next episode of the most popular anime Zombieland Saga, but still not get any proper information, then this article is only for you. In today’s article, we gonna talk about episode 13 of this most popular anime series.
So, if you are interested to know more regarding this then definitely go through the whole one. The viewers and fans are now eagerly waiting for the 13th episode but one thing we have to say that your wait maybe a little longer than your expectations. Nevertheless, let’s talk about the preview, release date, and many more about this one. But before going to that, let’s quickly talk about the anime series.
About Zombieland Saga series
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Zombieland Saga is basically a Japanese anime series based on horror-comedy. The famous writer Megumu Soramichi wrote the series and MAPPA, Avex Pictures, and Cygames produce and publish this as a television series.
The plot of the series is set in 2008, where a school girl named Sakura Minamoto was killed by a truck. After 10 years, Sakura and the other six girls were brought back as zombies by a man named Tatsumi. But the most interesting thing is the girls are from different decades and times.
So, if you still do not watch the series then go and watch the whole series. I can assure you that your time will not in vain.
Preview of season 2 episode 13
We can predict the plot of episode 13 from the previous one. From there we come to know that the concert which was arranged was a great success. But a heavy flood enters into the saga and which can probably destroy the whole city.
This may also an alien attack too but still, now we can’t surely say nothing is going to happen in the future.
Release date of episode 13
It’s now confirmed that season 2 ends with the 12th episode. So, the next episode or episode 13 will release as a part of season 3.
But yet the production team hints nothing about the release date of the upcoming season. So, let’s wait for the next season and see what comes there.
That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.