As per reports, In/Spectre Season 2 release date has been confirmed for Winter 2023. The official announcement regarding the release date of this series is yet to be made.
In/Spectre season 2 is a popular Japanese manga series novel. This series is published by Kodansha. It is written by Kyo Shirodaira and directed by Hiro Kyohara. From the start of volume 2, it is directed by Chasiba Katase. It consists of a total of 11 volumes. It is a romantic mystery manga series.
Table of Contents
While fighting and moving on after his break-up with his girlfriend, Kuro Sakuragawa was proposed by Kotoko Iwanaga, a girl who announced that she loves Kuro from the day she first met him and that is two years ago.
Then tells Kuro that she is a kind of Goddess of intelligence where she handles the mediator between the real world and the magical world.
In/Spectre Season 2: Release Date
As per reports, In/Spectre Season 2 release date has been confirmed for Winter 2023. The official announcement regarding the release date of this series is yet to be made. There is also a Manga adaptation of this series by Chasiba Katase which has been published in Kodansha’s shōnen manga magazine which is Shōnen Magazine R from the starting month of April 2015.
In/Spectre Season 2: Spoilers
When Kotoko first told Kuro about his powers he doubts her the first time but after battling a yōkai in a library and disclosing each other their real name, Kuro accepts to support Kotoko on her different experience as the peace-building Goddess of intelligence.
In the finale of season 1 of this series, Kotoko and Kuro are conventionally a couple, rather than purely loving one another.
Where to Read the Manga Online
The English translations of this manga series are licensed by Kodansha Comics in North America. You can purchase this series book on Amazon and can read it. An anime TV series adaptation of this series is also made by Brain’s Base which premiered between January 11 and March 28, 2020.
In/Spectre Season 2: Major Characters
- Kotoko Iwanaga
- Kurō Sakuragawa
- Saki Yumihara
- Karin Nanase
- Tokunosuke Terada
- Rikka Sakuragawa
- Masayuki Muroi
- Ushi no Ayakashi
- Yama no Ayakashi
- Nushi no Orochi
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