Spy x Family episode 12 release time and series recap for elegant anime

The international release time for Spy x Family midseason finale Episode 12 “Penguin Park” has been confirmed on Crunchyroll.

Compared to the winter 2022 season with Attack on Titan and Demon Slayer, the spring broadcast season was generally rather disappointing.

However, there have been two series in particular that have saved the chalkboard of millions of anime fans around the world; Kaguya-sama Season 3 and Spy x Family.

Kaguya-sama ended yesterday and today, June 24thth, it’s Spy x Family’s turn to complete his final mission. The good news is that episode 12 isn’t actually the season one finale for the CloverWorks x Wit Studio adaptation, with a second cour scheduled to air later this year.

However, we overtake each other; When will Spy x Family Episode 12 be released worldwide via Crunchyroll streaming platform?

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Spy x Family episode 12 release time confirmed

Spy x Family episode 12 is just the mid-season finale for the popular anime, with the series set to return with another 13 episodes to air on the fall schedule.

The final episode of the spring show (Season 1 Part 1) is titled “Penguin Park” and adapts the special manga chapter “Extra Mission 1” from July 2019.

As confirmed by crispy rollSpy x Family Episode 12 will be released at the following international times:

  • Pacific Time – 8:30 am
  • Central Time – 10:30 a.m
  • Eastern Time – 11:10 am
  • UK Time – 4:30pm
  • European time – 5:30 p.m
  • Turkey Time – 6:30 p.m
  • Indian Time – 9pm
  • Philippine time – 11:30 p.m
  • Australian Central Time – 1am

Our quick stop review of Spy x Family Part 1

As most Spy x Family fans already know, the anime is the highest rated series from the Spring 2022 list and is currently the 12thth highest rated title of all time MyAnimeList.

While some fans consider Spy x Family to be ‘Top 10’ or even ‘Top 5’ material, there is no doubt that this series is arguably the best new anime since Jujutsu Kaisen Season 1. We could spend hours talking about the humor, animation style and worldview, but special attention needs to be paid to the voice acting and pacing.

Before the 2021 voice cast was announced, there were some real concerns in the community that the right actors would be needed for the Forgers, otherwise the show could never reach the potential of the manga series.

Anya, Loid, and Yor are well-loved characters, but with such notorious roles comes tremendous pressure to live up to the hype. Thankfully, Atsumi Tanezaki (Anya), Saori Hayami (Yor), and Takuya Eguchi (Loid) each did an exceptional job of bringing these characters to life.

A personal gripe with anime voice acting is that when the performances aren’t on point, it can feel like the cast members are speaking their lines in separate rooms at entirely separate stages of production. That way, even the well-written dialogue can sound forced if the cast can’t somehow connect with the audience, ie can a performance make you feel like you’re in the room?

Thankfully, in Spy x Family, these three voice actors’ performances (as well as most of the entire cast of supporting characters) never feel rushed, forced, or out of tune with the scene we’re watching. Anya and Master Henderson in particular will surely be remembered by the community for the sole reason that their voice actors did such an incredible job of bringing them to life.

Much like bad voice acting can get you out of an anime, bad pacing can too. Unfortunately, far too many series from the last few slates have experienced “scrolling breaks” — where viewers can sit and scroll through social media on their phones, just watching the anime every few minutes without missing anything important.

In Spy x Family, there was never a single scene where I picked up my phone or even looked at a notification in the entire 12-episode show. When Spy x Family is on, it deserves and gets your full attention.

Even from episode to episode, the anime’s pacing feels remarkably smooth. Whether you’re following Loid’s Operation Strix, Yor’s sibling issues, or Anya’s Eden College “Ottings,” every scene feels important, either to the overarching story or character development.

If an anime can get you hooked from episode 2 of the story; it’s a good sign. If an anime can hold your attention for whole episodes at a time; it’s excellent… when an anime can maintain that momentum for 12 weeks; It’s pure elegance.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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