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Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid

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Half a year has passed since Sousuke Sagara took up the job of protecting Kaname Chidori and has started living like a normal teenager for the first time. A former child soldier, his view on the perils of everyday life is highly unconventional and in frequent need of violent adjustment; Kaname can only hope her endless assault will eventually get him used to normal life. But a shadow looms over their happy days as Sousuke's employer, the private army called Mithril, is attacked by a new unknown enemy. Suddenly outgunned, can Mithril afford to keep one of their best playing around?

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related anime

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Full Metal Panic! TV 2002 Same Franchise
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu TV 2003 Prequel
Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid OVA OVA 2006 Side Story

related manga

Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Full Metal Panic! (Light Novel) 1998 TBD
Full Metal Panic! 2000 TBD
Full Metal Panic! Overload 2000 TBD
Full Metal Panic! Comic Mission 2003 TBD
Full Metal Panic! Sigma 2005 TBD
Name Role
Osamu HORIUCHI Character Design
Yasuhiro TAKEMOTO Director
Toshihiko SAHASHI Music

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Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid SmugDude 8.5/10 Jul 26, 2007

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