Assassination Classroom has won the hearts of many anime fans thanks to its touching storyline, but only a few have paid attention to Saiki K’s cameo in the series.
In 2012, fans were introduced to the manga Assassination Classroom. The strange yellow ball-shaped character certainly caught the attention of many and within just a few days, people were hooked on the story. Its popularity led to an anime series being released in 2015. Although the series has a sweet ending, many fans may not have noticed the appearance of Saiki K. If you are one of them, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered!
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Saiki K appears in Assassination Classroom
In season 2 episode 1 of Assassination Classroom, the students are asked to participate in this summer festival and public event that brings people from different parts of the city, world, and universe together. .
In one scene, we can see Saiki K appear. However, he is not the only one. Several other characters from Shonen Jump are also seen in the frame. Since they appear in less than a second, we wouldn’t be surprised if you missed them.
However, cameos are not uncommon in the anime world. In most cases, producers tend to add characters from shows produced by the same company. It can be a subtle way to show appreciation for other characters.
Assassination Classroom is called Ansatsu Kyōshitsu in Japanese, but like most anime, this series also has an English title to make it more accessible to international fans.
Although the name may sound a bit aggressive to some, author Yusei Matsui urges people to ignore it because it holds some valuable life lessons.
Opening up about this issue in an interview, he said: “Assassination Classroom has a strange name that may make some people not want to pick it up, but within it there are lessons on how to overcome it. challenges in life, and I believe they are important lessons. I used the word “kill” to add a little spice to the story.”
How many seasons of Assassination Classroom are there?
Assassination Classroom has two seasons. Those interested can stream it on Crunchyroll, Funimation, Hulu, and Netflix in select Asian countries.