Wotakoi Season 2:- Despite the fact that interest in anime and manga has continued to grow, the most popular series tend to centre on young protagonists, particularly in the case of slice-of-life programmes. “Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku” flips this notion on its head by featuring adult characters who are nevertheless immensely relevant to Otaku audiences.
“Wotakoi” is a webcomic created and illustrated by Fujita that first appeared on Pixiv in 2014. It quickly became a part of Comic Pool, a joint publication with Ichijinsha, before the latter firm began publishing the manga in print a year after the first publication. It has been made into an anime series as well as a live-action film adaptation. The anime’s opening sequence has sparked a dancing craze on TikTok.
The plot of the anime revolves around a bunch of otakus who work in an office. Drawing and reading yaoi doujinshi are two of Narumi’s favourite pastimes. Narumi’s partner, Hirotaka, is an ardent gamer, and their relationship allows her to be herself without fear of being judged or rejected.
Hanako is a well-known cosplayer who is most recognised for portraying male characters, whereas Kabakura, her high school sweetheart, enjoys reading manga and watching anime whenever he has spare time. Nao, Hirotaka’s younger brother, is clueless when it comes to pop culture and is a complete failure at video games. However, after becoming friends with the quiet Kou, Nao begins to get more absorbed in the hobby.
Many anime fans are eagerly awaiting the announcement of the anime’s second season. Here’s what we may expect if it does make a comeback.
When Will Wotakoi Season 2 be Released on DVD and Blu-ray?
Unfortunately, there is currently no information available about the anime’s second season. The series is available on Amazon Prime and has received an outstanding rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars after 451 reviews, earning it a spot on the list of top-rated shows. Numerous critics found solace in the characters and their geeky lifestyles, particularly those who were of a same age as the characters.
Aside from that, the manga has proven to be enormously successful (it did grow from a webcomic to a full-blown publication, after all). Approximately 10 million copies have been published, both physically and digitally, as of August 2020, according to Crunchyroll’s statistics.
If a second season of the show is announced, it will not come as a surprise to anyone. However, given the nature of the epidemic and the length of time it takes to produce anime, we may have to wait another year or two before seeing it on the big screen.
To get their fill of “Wotakoi,” enthusiastic fans will have to either read the source material, which now consists of ten tankobon volumes, or rewatch the first season and speculate about where their favourite characters will end up.
What Did Will Happen in Season 2 of Wotakoi?
In all likelihood, the second season will pick up where the first one left off in terms of storyline. After learning that Kou is a female in one of the OVAs, Nao and Kou are able to reconcile and even go on a date that causes them to reflect on their relationship, despite the fact that both of them are embarrassed by the revelation.
It is feasible that volumes five through eight of the manga will be adapted if the next season has the same number of episodes and OVAs as the first season. Among the highlights are a hot springs episode, Narumi’s first attempt at cosplay, Nao and Kou’s blossoming relationship, and of course the sweet moment when Kabakura proposes to Hanako after she misplaces her most cherished possession: the matching necklace he gave her when they were in high school together. There will almost certainly be plenty of nerdiness, plenty of misunderstandings, and most importantly, plenty of love.
Who Will Appear in Season 2 of Wotakoi?
Because the series tends to focus on the six main characters rather than adding new members into the otaku community, it is unlikely that any new characters will be introduced to the cast. We can anticipate the return of the voice actors from the previous season to contribute their talents once more to the show.
A few of the voice actors who will appear in the anime include Arisa Date (Yui Yumekawa in “Idol Time PriPara”) as Narumi Momose, Kent Ito (who made a brief appearance as a police officer in the extended version of “Detective Conan” episode 1) as Hirotaka Nifuji, Miyuki Sawashiro (Kurapika in “Hunter x Hunter”) as Hanako Koyanagi,
In case you’re wondering if there will be an English dub of “Wotakoi” in the future, there hasn’t been any word on that front as of yet. Because Amazon has exclusive distribution rights in the United States, it would be up to them to decide whether or not this will happen.