The release date for Sabikui Bisco Episode 12 has been announced, which has piqued the interest of fans. Fans were hoping for a quick transition into the next episode after the release of this week’s episode.
Despite the fact that manga and light novel series are available, non-readers’ interest is constantly piqued. Shinji Cobkudo first published the series as a Japanese light novel series.
It was then adapted into a manga, which was released in two parts. Then we got the anime series that is presently one of the most popular.
Aside from the protagonist’s likeness to Natsu from “Fairy Tail,” the plot is excellent.
It takes place in a post-apocalyptic Japan where the earth has been infested with rust that spreads rapidly when touched. The rust is thought to have sprung from a fungus that the protagonist Bisco Akaboshi grows extensively.
However, he appears to believe otherwise, as he is now a wanted felon for mushroom cultivation, and he embarks on his adventure.
He and his massive crab Akutagwa, as well as Dr. Milo Nekoyanagi, set out on a quest to find the famous mushroom “Sabikui.” That mushroom is supposed to be able to eat any sort of rust, making it a treatment for the disease.
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Sabikui Bisco Episode 11 Recap
“I’m Bisco” was the title of Rust Eater Bisco Episode 11 which was released on March 22, 2022. Pawoo and Tirol left towards Shimobuki Base while Triol went to get the instructions. Pawoo requested that she pass it over to her, but Triol was hesitant.
Pawoo snatched the manual from Triol as she was driving, but it was in vain because she couldn’t read it. Milo and Jabi, on the other side, were alive after the blast at Shimobuki Base and were quite startled.
They discuss how this rust is extremely dangerous because it affects all life forms, not just metal. Milo and Actagawa later set out to find Bisco and check if he was still living a normal life. Meanwhile, a massive living tetsujin nearly resembling a titan was approaching Nuts and his companions.
It got to them and started destroying everything, wiping out the entire town of children. Nuts pretend to be a decoy so that his buddies can flee, but Mila arrives just in time to ask for his assistance.
Milo was alone and not accompanied by Bisco, which Nuts thought was strange. Pawoo, Triol, Jabi, and an entire army afterward joined him as reinforcements. As the conflict progressed, the massive humanoid robot-like creature began to switch on his ignition as its power grew.
It threw a punch and tackled everyone, but no one was killed, and the creature successfully flew over the city. Milo took the shot and went back to work, attempting to subdue the seething tetsujin.
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Sabikui Bisco Episode 12 Release Date
Bisco was last seen in the last episode, and we didn’t see him until the very end. Milo leaped upon that tetsujin and grabbed his blade to slice up his back thanks to his overwhelming efforts.
Bisco’s goggles were discovered after he successfully made a deep cut into his back. Milo took it and thought about him, but he was brought back to reality as Tetsujin seized him and slammed him against the wall with all of his strength.
Milo was struck hard and knocked out; on the other hand, that massive creature began to scream.
Everyone was taken aback, but the shock was amplified when Bisco emerged from the wound. He leaped up on the wall and said that Milo had summoned him, which is why he was there.
The release date for Rust Eater Bisco episode 12 is March 29th, 2022, and the episode is titled “Bow and Arrow Duo.”
Milo and Bisco are the names of the bow and arrow duo mentioned in the title. They’ll be fighting down that hideous monster together now that Bisco is back in action. Fasten your seatbelts, for the following episode, is packed with action.
Watch Sabikui Bisco Episode 12 Online – Release Date
On Tuesday at 12:30 a.m., Sabikui Bisco Episode 12 will be available to stream (JST).
This timing may change depending on your location, however, you can watch it on Crunchyroll after it’s released.