Devils’ Line Season 2 Release Date and More

Devils’ Line Season 2 is one of the dark fantasy series awaited by its fans.

Ryo Hanada is the author and illustrator of the Japanese dark fantasy manga series Devils’ Line (Japanese: Hepburn: Debiruzu Rain). From March 2013 to December 2018, it was published in serial form in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Morning Two. Vertical has the North American English language distribution rights for the manga. From April to June 2018, Platinum Vision’s adaptation of an anime television series aired on television.

“Devils’ Line’s” first season, which has 12 episodes, was released in 2018. The show had a modest fanbase when it first aired, but once “Devils’ Line” was shown on Hulu and other foreign networks, it significantly increased its fan base. Fans are curious as to what will happen to Anzai and Tsukasa moving forward after three years have passed.

Devils’ Line Season 2 Voice Artists

Devils' Line Season 2 Voice Artists
Devils’ Line Season 2 Voice Artists

Devils’ Line Season 2 may have the same voice artists as season 1. Let’s meet the voice artists:

  • Yūki Anzai – Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese); Adam Gibbs (English)
  • Tsukasa Taira – Yui Ishikawa (Japanese); Luci Christian (English)
  • Hans Lee – Ryōhei Kimura
  • Takashi Sawazaki – Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese); Justin Doran (English)
  • Juliana Lloyd – Miyuki Sawashiro (Japanese); Carli Mosier (English)
  • Kirio Kikuhara – Takahiro Sakurai
  • Takeshi Makimura – Hiroshi Kamiya
  • Nanako Tenjō – Nao Tōyama
  • Kenichi Yoshii – Shouta Aoi (Japanese); Nathan Wilson (English)
  • Yōsuke Asami – Kazuyuki Okitsu
  • Naoya Ushio – Ryōta Ōsaka
  • Megumi Ishimaru – Akira Ishida
  • Midori Anzai – Mayumi Asano
  • Tamaki Anzai – Mamoru Miyano
  • Shōta Akimura – Hiro Shimono (Japanese); Scott Searles (English)
  • Ryūsei Yanagi – Satoshi Hino (Japanese); John Ramirez (English)
  • Ryūnosuke Katagiri – Daisuke Hirakawa

Devils’ Line Season 1 Plot

Devils' Line Season 1 Plot
Devils’ Line Season 1 Plot

The plot will continue where it ends in the first season. In the end, it became clear that despite Anzai’s love for Tsukasa, he is unable to be with her. Anzai, our main character, makes an effort to hide his identity. He feels the need to consume human blood since he is a vampire. As Tsukasa attempts to make sense of her new passionate impulses for Anzai, trouble breaks out and blood is spilled. Having been suspended, Anzai seeks sanctuary with Tsukasa. A missing murder suspect is being sought by the authorities in the meanwhile.

A sniper is seeking retribution. Anzai is given a taste of blood by a passing half-devil who just happens to be another random half-devil. The conflict he is going through is that he can’t be close to Anzai because he could harm her, yet he still loves her. Additionally, being a detective, he deals with a lot of corpses, and the anime eloquently captures his hardships. After seeing a slasher assault broadcast on live TV, devils throughout the Kanto Region have transformed. For extending Anzai’s life, Tsukasa offers a fresh approach.

The subject of Tsukasa’s friendship with Anzai is brought up. While learning to embrace his demon inclinations, Anzai is summoned back into duty to handle an emergency crisis. He then broke up his relationship with her to secure Tsukasa’s protection of her. But it presents a problem to them both. Tsukasa is taken captive by a devil hunter while Anzai does her best to keep a distance from her to protect her.

Tsukasa asks Anzai whether they are dating after getting into a dangerous scenario. In a relationship with her, would Anzai be able to restrain his craving for blood? As Lieutenant Ishimaru takes over as the new commander of F Squad, operations inside the police force are disrupted. Anzai is challenged by someone from his past who is seeking retribution, which puts his ability to manage his change to the ultimate test.

After Lieutenant Ishimaru announces a deployment prohibition on demons from the CCC, the police force finds itself in a dangerous predicament. In order to save Anzai, Tsukasa is prepared to take any danger. While recovering from his wounds, Anzai finds out more about his history.

Devils’ Line Season 2 Release Date

Devils' Line Season 2 Release Date
Devils’ Line Season 2 Release Date

There is no established schedule for when to anticipate a new season of your favorite show, despite the popularity of anime rising. It can be a year or three before you learn anything about Devils’ Line Season 2. Although Season 1 of the vampire anime debuted in 2018, the production studio hasn’t said whether or not the series has been renewed or canceled, leaving the door open for them to revisit the narrative in the future. The studio did release a special OVA episode of “Devils’ Line” a few months after the conclusion of Season 1, but nothing has been heard about the show since.

Platinum Vision returned to their first series, “Servamp,” two years later with a feature film. The company hasn’t revealed their upcoming project, but it’s quite plausible that this might be Devils’ Line Season 2 or a film sequel. It would be about time for the animation company to reveal Devils’ Line Season 2, assuming one is planned, given that Season 1 of “Devils’ Line” was published roughly three years ago. The earliest viewers may see new episodes would probably be mid-2022, assuming Devils’ Line Season 2 is approved in the near future.

What Should We Expect From Devils’ Line Season 2?

What Should We Expect From Devils' Line Season 2?
What Should We Expect From Devils’ Line Season 2?

For “Devils’ Line” fans’ benefit, the anime adaptation has much more manga story to cover. Following the events of the Season 1 finale, Devils’ Line Season 2 would begin with Tsukasa and Anzai having broken up and trying to avoid one another for their safety. Unfortunately, circumstances and love ultimately bring them back together. Since Anzai is no longer a detective, vampires who desire vengeance on him as well as anti-vampire humans are likely to pursue him. Anzai has a lot of adversaries since he is a hybrid, which makes both humans and vampires doubt his loyalties.

New episodes would also expand on Anzai’s desire to learn more about how and why he changes as well as how to control himself around Tsukasa. In order to make himself feel less alone, he will learn more about other hybrids who are similar to him and other weird situations. Tsukasa and Anzai strive to keep their relationship at a distance for their benefit, but as time passes, their love for one another becomes stronger, and they eventually find themselves back together.

Where to Watch Devils’ Line Season 2?

Where to Watch Devils' Line Season 2?
Where to Watch Devils’ Line Season 2?

As of now, there is no announcement about Devils’ Line Season 2 but you can stream its Season 1 on Crunchyroll, Netflix, and HULU. Stay Tuned for further information. Happy Reading!!

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