Kenja no Mago Season 2 is a popular Japanese manga series based on the Japanese Light novel series penned by Yoshioka Tsuyoshi. It was initially released as a web novel in 2019 and since then it has gained a lot of popularity and eminent fans across the world. The first season had received a big hit and hence created curiosity among the fans for the season 2 release. Fans are frequently speculating for Kenja no Mago Season 2 release date.
If you are one of those fans who want to know about the release date and latest updates of season 2. Then you are at the right place, read this full article to know Kenja no Mago season 2 release date including major characters and storyline.
Kenja No Mago Season 2: Release Date
Till now no official announcement has been made about the season 2 release but according to unofficial information received from sources, season 2 is going to be released by end of 2022.
Kenja No Mago Season 2: Expected Synopsis
Kenja no Mago is also known as Wise man’s Grandchild. This series storyline is based on magic and martial arts. The season 2 Trailer has not been released yet meanwhile you can enjoy Kenja no Mago trailer here.
In season 2 Shin can recollect his previous existence in the new world in its entirety, the one where he was a mere salaryman, which is fascinating. Merlin is Shin’s great grandfather, and he teaches him many magic skills.
Meanwhile, despite Shin’s lack of common sense, Merlin enrolls him at the Kingdom Earshide’s Magic Academy. It will be fascinating to see how Shin acquires knowledge while thinking maturely. He wants to study everything in as little time as possible since he is eager to explore the strange universe. The second season of Kenja No Mago will show how Shin’s life changes as he learns to combat his adversaries while being protected by Merlin.
Kenja No Mago Season 2: Cast and Crew
Most of the major characters remain the same as in season 1. The characters are as follows
- Yusuke Kobayashi as Shin Wolford
- Shohei Komatsu as August von Earlshide
- Yuki Wakai as Maria fon Messhina
- Rina Honnizum as Sizilien
- Miyu Kubota as Alice Corner.
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