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Look forward to more of Thunderbolt Fantasy's glorious puppet action in the future

With Thunderbolt Fantasy's 13th/final episode appearing before us, the show hit us with an after-credits text that revealed that its sequel is in production. In light of this announcement, the series' Twitter page told folks to keep an eye on the program's official Website for more updates. While the show's first season's main story was resolved, there were still a few elements that its sequel could touch upon.
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