At the Aniplex Online Fest held in Yokohama on September 24th, 2022, it is announced that the light novels’ eighth and ninth volumes will be animated.
The original cast and crew are reunited for the sequel. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai is centered around the life of an empathetic soul named Sakuta Azusagawa, who goes out of his way to aid others who have little to no relationship with him.
Those who have experienced true loneliness and the absence of bonds can relate to most of the characters in the show.
A new trailer and PV images were uncovered in the presence of hundreds of eager viewers. You can give it a watch.
The story will be just as moving as the anime and movie released a few years prior to 2022. Both became tremendous hits and garnered a large fan following, even outside Japan.
Mai, in particular, has many lovers due to her tolerant nature. “Rascal Does Not Dream of a Sister Venturing Out, and Rascal Does Not Dream of a Knapsack Kid” are the two story arcs to be animated in the second season. Up until now, The anime just adapted the surface of what’s inside, Get ready for a whole lot of Bunny Senpai your way. Take a look at these two PVs that were a subject of discussion at the Aniplex Online Fest.
The 12th volume of the Light Novel is scheduled to be released on December 9th this year. Yes, The hiatus is finally over, so it is time to rejoice Bunny Girl enthusiasts!
Also, Here’s a brand new poster for Bunny Girl Senpai Sequel.
Kaito Ishikawa was present for this event, and he expressed his
pleasure at the opportunity of voicing Sakuta after a break. Kaito implied that the MC is a relatable guy, and thus his adventures are loved by many, including himself.
- Story: Hajime Kamoshida
- Illustration: Keji Mizoguchi
- Director: Soichi Masui
- Composition/Screenplay: Masahiro Yokoya
- Character design: Satomi Tamura
- Production: Clover Works
Voice Cast (Japanese)
- Kaito Ishikawa as Sakuta Azusagawa
- Asami Seto as Mai Sakurajima
- Yurika Kubo as Kaede Azusakawa
- Nao Toyama Koga Tomoe
- Atsumi Tanezaki Rio Futaba
- Maaya Uchida as Toyohama Nodoka
- Inori Minase as Shoko Makinohara
About Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
The Seishun Buta Yaro light novel series was conceptualized by Hajime Kamoshida (writer) and Keji Mizoguchi (artist). The light novel series is licensed by Yen Press and has sold around 2 million copies.
Hajime Kamoshida and Suzumi Nanomiya focus on the manga running in Dengeki’s G Comic for the past seven years. The anime series was produced and developed by CloverWorks and licensed under Aniplex, Plus Media Networks, MVM Entertainment, and Madman Entertainment.
The first season of the anime ran for 13 episodes in 2018. There was also a movie adaptation which was unveiled in 2019. Masahiro Yokotani was the head screenplay written, and the anime flourished under the expert guidance of Soichi Masui.
The first season is about Sakuta (the male protagonist) encountering Mai, who happens to be an actress wearing a bunny girl outfit. As the two draw close, Sakuta investigates why Mai is unnoticeable to most individuals around her. This particular case is the crux of the entire light novel; how some people live in the past and cease to exist in the present.
Will you be tuning into Aniplus Asia and other networks to watch this sequel? Let us know how you feel about this unique psychological tale with supernatural elements woven seamlessly into the story. That’s it for now. We hope you don’t run into anyone with Adolescence Syndrome (the inability to leave the past behind).
Source: Official Website