Wise Man's Grandchild Season 2
Wise Man's Grandchild Season 2

Will Season 2 of ‘Wise Man’s Grandchild’ Happen?

The manga adaption “Wise Man’s Grandchild,” or “Kenja No Mago” in Japanese, was created by Yoshioka and illustrated by Shunsuke Ogata. In March 2016, Kadokawa Shoten’s Young Ace Up website began serializing the manga.

After that, Silver Link turned the manga into an anime television series, with its first episode aired on April 10, 2019. The anime has gotten warm reviews from fans who have lavished it with their support.

‘Wise Man’s Grandchild’ fans are now interested in learning if there will be a second season. Here is all our current information regarding the anime television series’ renewal.

Will Season 2 of ‘Wise Man’s Grandchild’ Happen?

The second season of “Wise Man’s Grandchild” hasn’t been formally confirmed by any of the series’ creators, therefore, a release date for the anime can’t be determined with any degree of certainty. The length of Season 2’s projected production cycle is even more problematic.

Wise Man's Grandchild Season 2

The anime’s first season was announced in 2017 but wasn’t made available until 2019. Fans of the series might have to wait years after an initial announcement before seeing the anime’s continuation if Season 2’s development process is similar to that of Season 1.

Who Are the Characters in Wise Man’s Grandchild Season 2?

Yuusuke Kobayashi, an actor, played Shin in the anime’s original Japanese version. However, a cast of characters that attend the same magical academy as the protagonist, Shin, joins him on his escapades.

This includes Sicily von Claude (Rina Honizumi), a fellow academy student and Shin’s love interest, and August von Earlshide (Shouhei Komatsu), Shin’s best friend and the prince of the realm. These roles are successively performed by Daman Mills, Brandon McInnis, and Lindsay Seidel in the English dub.

A long list of additional characters makes up Shin’s bizarre fantasy universe, joining the primary trio. Examples include Merlin Wolford (Yuusaku Yara/Bruce R. Elliot), Shin’s first magic teacher and father figure, and Melinda Bowen (Gara Takashima/Cynthia Cranz), Shin’s magical teacher and protector.

Season 2 of “Wise Man’s Grandchild” may feature any of these characters and others. Any other characters’ names (as well as the voice actors that will be lending them their voices) have not yet been disclosed.

What is the Plot of Wise Man’s Grandchild Season 2?

The last scene of “Wise Man’s Grandchild” Season 1 featured Shin defeating Schtrom’s Demonoid army. Schtrom still represents a danger to the various planet kingdoms, nevertheless. Shin chooses to take his group on a mission to build partnerships with the other domains to counter the Demonoid menace.

This chain of events only spans the first few of the 17 published volumes, according to the manga synopsis posted on the online manga website Bookwalker. Silver Link will have more than enough source material to use as the foundation for its adaptation if a second season is ordered.

These volumes cover many events, from Shin’s brief beach vacation after the conflict to his subsequent attempts to bring all the world’s nations under a World Union. Fans will probably have to wait a while to see how these events turn out. Fans of “Wise Man’s Grandchild” can get all the information they need in the manga and light novels until then.

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What Is ‘Wise Man’s Grandchild’ All About?

The narrative focuses on a Japanese salaryman who perishes in an automobile accident. He receives a second chance at life and is resurrected as a child in another dimension.

Shin was given the name by Merlin Wolford, a patriot hero who scooped up the boy and gave him. Shin was born into a world where magic and sorcery are in charge. Shin eventually transforms into Merlin’s grandson and picks up his lessons.

In the anime TV show’s first season, he debuted on AT-X in April 2019. It quickly caught the attention of Tokyo MX, BS11, and other Japanese TV networks. The animation was produced by Funimation in North America and is based on a series of Tsuyoshi Yoshioka’s light novels of the same name.

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