The phrase “all is fair in love and war” may be accurate, but it does not excuse someone’s behaviour in either case. Although there are no hard and fast rules in romance or battle, there is etiquette. Spending your entire life working on a vengeance scheme to get back at the girl who severely rejected you is regarded a jerk move, much like biological warfare is widely seen as a no-no by the world’s governing organisations.
Despite this obvious information, Masamune Makabe, the teenage protagonist of “Masamune Kun No Revenge,” the rom-com anime, badly needs someone to teach him this lesson. Unfortunately, “Masamune Kun No Revenge’s” first season ended before such a feat could be realised. Instead, Masamune’s final decision was left unsolved in the 2017 anime, which ended on a cliffhanger.
Years later, fans continue to wonder what will happen to Masamune and his love/hate relationship with Aki, the focus of his ire. As a result, many people are looking forward to Season 2 of “Masamune Kun No Revenge.” However, much to their dismay, the anime’s future does not appear to be promising. However, there is still reason to be optimistic. As a result, here’s all we know so far about “Masamune Kun No Revenge” Season 2’s release date, cast, and plot.
What Is the Plot of Season 2 of Masamune Kun No Revenge?
The first season of “Masamune Kun No Revenge,” as previously stated, ended on a cliffhanger, leaving Masamune’s decision to violate Aki’s confidence unsolved. They’d just finished performing in their class’s “Snow White” play, which featured a kiss between the two would-be lovers. Masamune’s on-stage kiss was received with a punch from Aki, which was odd. However, before she leaves on a field trip to Paris, the two reconcile and enjoy a tender moment. Masamune considers pursuing her.
The two are followed in subsequent manga chapters as they travel to Paris with the rest of their class. Despite the fact that it’s just a class vacation, Aki and Masamune are pushed into some unpleasant interactions that demonstrate Aki’s earlier rejection of Masamune was more than it seemed. This makes Masamune question the legitimacy of his idea, albeit only somewhat. Whether he completes the deed or not remains to be known, but fans will be eager to find out once “Masamune Kun No Revenge” Season 2 is released.
In Masamune Kun No Revenge Season 2, Who Are the Main Characters?
“Masamune Kun No Revenge” is a romance that concentrates on a small cast, primarily Masamune and Aki. Masamune, who was formerly a pretty overweight child, became great friends with the lovely Aki Adagaki. However, when he asks her out, she politely declines and refers to him as “Pig Foot.” Masamune, heartbroken, devotes the next few years to becoming in shape and looking good so that he might pursue Aki once more before rejecting her as viciously as she had done to him years before. Actors Natsuki Hanae and Ayaka Ohashi provide the voices for the two characters (via Myanimelist).
Yoshino Koiwai and Neko Fujinomiya, two more important characters, join the core duo. The former is a wealthy Aki’s personal maid who is motivated to help Masamune with his nefarious scheme by her master’s abuse. Inori Minase provides her voice. Masamune’s second childhood friend, who is reunited with the protagonist following a fortuitous encounter with him and Aki, is the other. Suzuko Mimori provides her voice.
Western anime fans will be pleased to learn that “Masamune Kun No Revenge” Season 1 has been dub in English, allowing them to meet these characters in their own tongue. If Season 2 is made, fans can expect a continuation of the dub at some point in the future.
When Will the Second Season of Masamune Kun No Revenge Be Released?
“Masamune Kun No Revenge” is currently stuck in an indefinite state of limbo. Since the first season’s finale in March 2017, animation studio Silver Link has made no further announcements about the series. This is despite the fact that the first season ended on a cliffhanger, leaving many fans hoping that the studio will continue the series. This, however, was not the case.
Although the studio produced a spinoff OVA in 2018 (through Myanimelist), it takes place several years after the events of the original tale and ignores the original’s central issue. This could be due to the fact that there wasn’t enough of the original manga to adapt at the time. Only six of the eight manga volumes that existed in 2017 were adapted into the anime. Since then, the manga has issued three more albums, indicating that there is plenty of material for a second season to adapt.