Kenja No Mago Season 2: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Kenja No Mago Season 2: Kenja no Mago is a well-known Japanese anime. This is also popular as “Wise man’s Grandchild”. Kenja No Mago season 1 was a hit and gained a super fan base. Everyone is expecting the release of Kenja no Mago Season 2 so to know all the latest updates of season 2 read this article completely.

This Anime series streamed based on Japanese light novel series of the same name. The season 1 anime and manga has comprised of 12 episodes and 18 volumes respectively. The last volume of this Manga was premiered on November 9, 2021. From then audiences are eagerly waiting and wondering why no Kenja No Mago season 2 has not yet been released.

Kenja No Mago Season 2: Release Date

At present, we cannot able to reveal the exact release date of Kenja No Mago season 2 because no information has been received officially from any authentic sources. According to some reports or unofficial predictions, we can expect season 2 in the middle of 2022.

Kenja No Mago Season 2: Plot

This series is a Japanese Manga written by Tsuyoshi Yoshioka. This series is a brief story related to magic and fantasy.

Once a common man met with an accident and died. After his Death reborn as a baby in a different magical world. He was taken by a patriotic Hero known as Sage Merlin Wolford. Merlin raised the baby and named him “shin”. Merlin ook after shin and educated him through his teachings.

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When he turned 15 Merlin noticed that he has not been taught common sense. Later on the recommendation of Diseum, king of the Earlshide Kingdom, shin attended King’s Magic Academy. Diseum said that he will not involve in political wars. Shin rescues two girls, Maria and Sizilien, in the capital city and then he would inaugurated a club.

Expected Characters in Season 2

  • Shin Wolford
  • August von Earlshid
  • Maria
  • Olivia Stone
  • Julius von Littenheim
  • Yuri Carlton

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