Spy X Family has been a hit since cour 1 of its anime aired earlier this year. Everyone became fan of Anya the cute little mind reading girl from the anime. Many big companies did tie-ups with the Anya to boost their own brands. This time it is Burger King of Japan that seeks Anya’s attention.
The official Twitter account of the fast food franchise tweeted that they had put up posters asking Anya to join them for a bite.
They put up posters in Akihabara, Shimokita and Shibuya. The reason to put up the poster is given in above tweet. However, if you are non Japanese person then here’s the translation for you.
Message in English:
Burger King here, it’s nice to meet you!
In truth, we’re huge fans of Anya-sama, so we had a special burger just for her.
Its name is the Peanut Butter Royale!
There are a lot of peanuts inside!
They’ll be on sale from October 21.
Please come at least once and give it a try.
We have also prepared some limited-edition goods! We’re so wakuwaku!!
Yes, all these efforts so that Anya can have their newly introduced Peanut Butter Royale burger which contains a lot of peanuts. And as we all know, “Anya Peanuts ga-tsuki!” So it makes sense for them to reach out to Anya.
It was previously announced that cour 2 of the anime will start airing on Oct 1, 2022.
Spy x Family anime’s first cour had 12 episodes and it aired from April 9 to June 25, 2022. The animation was handled by Wit Studio and Cloverworks. It became the most streamed anime in Japan thrice in a row, for the months of May, June and July 2022.
The series is directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, with character designs handled by Kazuaki Shimada, and music produced by [K]NoW_NAME.
The cast for the series includes:
- Takuya Eguchi as Loid Forger
- Atsumi Tanezaki as Anya Forger
- Hiroyuki Yoshino as Franky Franklin
- Yuko Kaida as Sylvia Sherwood
- Kazuhiro Yamaji as Henry Henderson
- Natsumi Fujiwara as Damian Desmond
- Emiri Kato as Becky Blackbell
- Hana Sato as Emile Elman
- Haruka Okamura as Ewen Egeberg
Spy × Family is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuya Endo. It has been serialized biweekly on Shueisha’s Shōnen Jump+ application and website since March 2019, with the chapters collected in nine tankōbon volumes as of April 2022.
The manga has exceeded over 350 million reads on the Shonen Jump+ digital platform. As of August 2022, the series has over 25 million copies in circulation.
Viz Media has licensed the series for English release in North America.