Dimension W is a Japanese manga series created, written, and drawn by Yji Iwahara. From September 2011 to November 2015, it was printed in Square Enix’s seinen manga magazine Young Gangan, and from December 2015 to June 2019, it was featured in Monthly Big Gangan. Yen Press is the North American distributor. Between January and March of 2016, the anime version of the series aired.
The story features Kyouma Mabuchi, an auto mechanic enthusiast, and Mira Yurizaki, a robot girl, who are both “Collectors,” bounty hunters entrusted with recovering illicit Coils, deadly gadgets that may harness the might of parallel realms. As they grudgingly join forces for this objective, they start to uncover the reality about New Tesla Energy, a transnational provider of global electricity supply.
Dimension W will undoubtedly be included on the list of the best sci-fi anime shows this decade. The anime is well-liked- even by critics. yet, viewers, the show hasn’t returned for a long time. Fans continue to eagerly wait for Dimension W Season 2. will the anime ever come back? Here are the most recent updates.
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Dimension W Season 2 Plot
Dimension W, a fourth-dimensional axis, is discovered in the year 2036. Coils, which are cross-dimensional electromagnetic induction devices, were invented to tap into the endless reservoir of power that resides in Dimension W. New Tesla Energy and authorities erected sixty huge towers in the shape of a truncated icosahedron across the planet to stabilize Dimension W power and deliver electricity to the whole world. As the novel opens in 2072, this “global system” is approaching its tenth year of operation, and Coils of various sizes give distant electrical energy to everything from telephones to automobiles and robotics.
Unregistered Coils, which do not relay information back to New Tesla Energy, are being utilized for illegal activities. The unlawful Coils are confiscated by bounty hunters known as “Collectors.” Kyouma Mabuchi, a Coil-hating outcast, meets Mira Yurizaki, the gynoid “daughter” of New Tesla Energy’s sick intellectual creator, among the Collectors. Mira chooses to accompany a hesitant Kyouma and chase the illicit Coils after her father disappears while activating an experimental double-ringed Coil, finding murky dealings with New Tesla Energy in the process.
Will Dimension W Be Renewed?
The anime’s first season received a lot of accolades from critics for its unusual art style and narrative. It garnered a positive response from its viewers as well. As a result, when the first season ended, everyone assumed that Studio 3Hz and Orange would ultimately pick it up for a second season. However, this did not occur. Dimension W Season 2 has not been cancelled or renewed. As a result, supporters are still hoping that the producers would relaunch it sooner or later.
Several speculations about the anime’s revival circulated during the course of these four years. However, none of them proved to be correct. The administrators have yet to issue a remark about the series’ fate. Because Dimension W is so popular, everyone was surprised when it wasn’t renewed for a second season immediately soon. However, supporters should not give up hope because there is still a potential for it to return.
Dimension W Release Date
The series premiered on January 10th, 2016, and concluded on March 27th, 2016. The series was completed with more than 12 episodes and extra storylines. The original manga has now come to an end. The date is June 25th, 2019. Looking at this, it is clear that the creators have a large number of storylines in the works for the new versions.
Fans are eagerly awaiting its arrival, and we are eager to offer good news. However, no formal confirmation has yet been received. Given that the manga was just published and the series has a large fan following. You should hear excellent news by next year at the very least.
Dimension W Cast and Crew
Kyouma Mabuchi (マブチ・キョーマ, Mabuchi Kyōma)
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono; Christopher R. Sabat
Kyouma is a Collector who has largely sworn off all Coil-related technology and has a hobby of restoring old gasoline-powered cars in a junkyard. In the past, Kyouma joined special-ops unit Grendel and took part in a war over competing ideologies within New Tesla Energy to get an experimental prosthetic body for his terminally-ill fiancée, Miyabi.
Mira Yurizaki (百合崎 ミラ, Yurizaki Mira)
Voiced by: Reina Ueda; Jad Saxton
Mira is a highly advanced robot who exhibits human mannerisms and insists that she is a normal girl despite her robotic headgear, metallic tail, and other inhuman physical attributes.
Mary (マリー, Marī)
Voiced by: Kimiko Saitō; Stephanie Young
Mary is a shady club owner who contracts Kyouma to collect illegal Coils for the New Tesla Energy bounty.
Koorogi (コオロギ, Kōrogi)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka; Josh Grelle
Koorogi is a computer expert and engineer employed by Mary. He does not get along with Kyouma, but provides him with information when requested. His name translates as Cricket.
Albert Schuman (アルベルト・シューマン, Aruberuto Shūman)
Voiced by: Akira Ishida; Eric Vale
Albert is an old friend of Kyouma who works for New Tesla Energy’s Dimensional Administration Bureau (D.A.B.), a paramilitary research group that conducts special tasks such as monitoring potential Coil malfunctions and isolating and covering-up dimensional collapses that occur.
Shido Yurizaki (百合崎 士堂, Yurizaki Shidō)
Voiced by: Takaya Hashi (Japanese); Jeremy Schwartz
Shido is the “physicist of the century” and founder of New Tesla Energy in America. He foresaw the militarization of Coils and proposed the superhuman unit Grendel. Shido disappeared two years ago following the death of his wife and daughter.
Seira Yurizaki (百合崎 セイラ, Yurizaki Seira)
Voiced by: Takako Honda (Japanese); Jamie Marchi (English)
Seira is the wife of Shido Yurizaki and a leading prosthetics and robotic developer.
Ichigo Yurizaki (百合崎 苺, Yurizaki Ichigo)
Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa (Japanese); Kristi Kang (English)
Ichigo is the daughter of Shido Yurizaki and Seira Yurizaki.
Claire Skyheart (クレア・スカイハート, Kurea Sukaihāto)
Voiced by: Rica Fukami (Japanese); Monica Rial (English)
Claire is the Chief Operations Officer (C.O.O.) of New Tesla Energy Central 47 and Albert’s superior. Her granddaughter, Shiora, is one of the four children who play around Kyouma’s place.
Shiora Skyheart (シオラ・スカイハート, Shiora Sukaihāto)
Voiced by: Yurika Kubo (Japanese); Bryn Apprill (English)
Shiora is the granddaughter of Claire Skyheart.
Julian Tyler-Smith (ジュリアン・タイラー＝スミス, Jurian Tairā-Sumisu) / Loser (ルーザー, Rūzā)
Voiced by: Yuichi Nakamura; J. Michael Tatum
Loser is a masked art thief who is popular with the public for broadcasting his heists, that apparently always fail, hence his nickname.
Haruka Seameyer (ハルカ・シーマイヤー, Haruka Shīmaiyā)
Voiced by: Yūki Kaji; Chris Patton (English)
Haruka is a former New Tesla Energy scientist and protege of Shido Yurizaki who went mad after New Tesla Energy executives suppressed his promising research while he was on the verge of a breakthrough.
Salva-Enna-Tibesti (サルバ＝エネ＝ティベスティ, Saruba Ene Tibesuti)
Voiced by: Kōsuke Toriumi, Mikako Komatsu (child) (Japanese); Ian Sinclair, Justin Briner (child) (English)
Salva is the Berber Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of robot manufacturer Islero and C.O.O. of New Tesla Energy Central 60.
Lwai-Aura-Tibesti (ルワイ＝オーラ＝ティベスティ, Ruwai Ōra Tibesuti)
Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita (Japanese); Clifford Chapin (English)
Lwai is the young heir to the throne of Isla.
Lashiti (ラシティ, Rashiti)
Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese); Mallorie Rodak (English)
Lashiti is a faithful retainer of the Tibesti royal family. She once took an assassin’s bullet meant for Prince Salva.
Where can you watch Dimension Season 1?
That’s all we know about Dimension W season 2. Stay tuned for more!