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Anime News for 86 Anime Episode 11

June 15, 2021

86 ″ or “Eiti Shikkusu” is a science fiction anime based on a series of Japanese novels written by Asato and illustrated by Shirabi. The story goes that the citizens of the Republic of Saint Magnolia believe that their country is waging its war against the Empire of Giad with automated drones. What they don’t know is that the government is using the marginalized Colorata community as pilots of its Juggernaut drones. The female protagonist of the story, Vladilena “Lena” Mirizé, a San Mangolian mayor from Alba’s majority population, joins Spearhead Squadron as a pilot and begins to work closely with her commander on the battlefield. Shinei “The Undertaker” Nouzen.

The anime is named after the 86th district, where the Colorata internment camps are located. It first aired on April 11, 2021. Here’s everything you need to know about its next episode.

Episode 11 release date of 86

Episode 11 of “86,” titled “Here We Go,” will air on June 20, 2021 in Japan. The episode, which will be the last of the season, will air at various times on Tokyo MX, BS11, GYT, GTV, ytv, CTV. Studio A-1 Pictures developed the anime in collaboration with Aniplex, Kadokawa, and Bandai Spirits. Nobuhiro Nakayama produced the series, with Toshimasa Ishii as lead director and Toshiya Oono as lead writer. Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto composed the music, while Tetsuya Kawakami designed the character and served as senior animation director. Hitorie sang the opening song, “3-pun 29-byou”, and SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]: mizuki performed the ending song, “Avid”. Season 1 is a two-part anime. The first part of the inaugural season will have 11 episodes in total.

Season 1 of 86 streaming online?

The “86” season 1 episodes with Japanese original sound and English subtitles are broadcast simultaneously on Crunchyroll and VRV. Viewers from parts of Asia can watch the episodes on iQIYI and Bilibili.

86 Episode 11 spoilers

In episode 10, the 5 survivors find their way blocked by a river. Since they cannot get their Juggernaut units to the river, Shinei suggests that they take a break from their running. They realize that they are, in fact, on the territory of the Old Empire. While in a deserted Imperial city, Raiden asks Shinei if his time in the Empire reminds him of his childhood, prompting Shinei to explain that his parents were from the Empire, but that he was born into the Republic. Shinei feels an ancient 86er transformed into a black sheep crawl towards them. Find unity and destroy the core, freeing it from its suffering.

In the post-credits scene, Fido’s time with Shinei and Spearhead is shown in a montage of the videos he shot. It is revealed that Fido is the same robot dog that Shinei had as a child. The episode ends with footage of the burning of Fido, just over two weeks after the survivors reached the coast. In episode 11, Shinei and the crew are able to find their way to a colony and discover that the nation that was once known as the Empire of Giad is still there, but has become a Federal Republic. Shinei and the others might find some peace there, even if it’s temporary. The reasons for Fido’s destruction could also be revealed.