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Sabikui Bisco Season 2 Announced

Season 2 of Sabikui Bisco has officially been announced, over a year after the first season’s finale. Studio Oz will return to animate the sequel. A teaser visual is out:

Atsushi Ikariya directed the first season of Sabikui Bisco anime, which is currently streaming on Crunchyroll in both subtitled and dubbed versions.

Sabikui Bisco anime is based on a light novel written by Shinji Cobkubo and illustrated by K Akagishi, with world-building art by mocha. The light novel began serialization in the Dengeki Bunko imprint in 2018. A manga adaptation by Rokudo Takahashi also exists in two parts. The first was serialized on Square Enix’s MangaUP! service from April 2019 to March 2021. The second part of the manga by So Natsuki was serialized on the same service from December 2021 to October 2022.

Yen Press licensed the light novel in English and describes the plot as:
In the days that followed the end of the world, few could have predicted the Rust Wind, a phenomenon that swept across Japan like a plague, choking the life from the land and its people and corroding flesh into brittle, iron sand. No one knows how the Rust began, but one mushroom-wielding renegade known as Bisco Akaboshi, the Man-Eating Redcap, is determined to bring about its end. He’s the latest in a long line of Mushroom Keepers, and together with the dashing young doctor Milo Nekoyanagi, the two will brave the horrors and wonders of the Iron Desert in search of the Rust-Eater: a mythical mushroom rumored to have the ability to cure the ailment once and for all.

Source: Official Twitter
© 2021 Shinji Cobkubo/KADOKAWA/Sabikui Bisco Production Committee

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