In/Spectre Season 2 is one of the anime series awaited by its fans. A 2011 Japanese novel by Kyo Shirodaira with illustrations by Hiro Kyohara and, starting with volume 2, Chasiba Katase was published by Kodansha under the title In/Spectre (Japanese: Hepburn: Kyok Suiri, also known as Invented Inference). Since April 2015, the shunen manga magazine Shunen Magazine R of Kodansha has been serializing an adaptation with illustrations by Chasiba Katase. As of December 2019, Monthly Shunen Magazine has also begun publishing the adaptation. Eleven tankbon volumes include the compilation of it. Kodansha Comics is the publisher of manga in North America. Between January 11 and March 28, 2020, Brain’s Base’s adaption as an anime television series was shown.
Fans didn’t have to wait long for a second production decision after episode 12 ended in March 2020, since In/Spectre Season 2 was announced in November 2020. Although there were more than 163,000 unique reviews for the series when it debuted in 2020, it only received a 6.6/10 on IMDB and a 6.91/10 on MyAnimeList.
In/Spectre Season 2 Voice Artists
In/Spectre Season 2 may have the same voice artists as In/Spectre Season 1. Let’s meet the voice artists of Season 1 who played your favourite characters.
- Kotoko Iwanaga – Akari Kitō(Japanese); Lizzie Freeman (English)
- Kurō Sakuragawa – Mamoru Miyano (Japanese); Brandon Winckler (English)
- Saki Yumihara- Misato Fukuen (Japanese); Lauren Landa (English)
- Karin Nanase – Sumire Uesaka (Japanese); Kayli Mills (English)
- Tokunosuke Terada- Kenji Hamada (Japanese); Mick Lauer (English)
- Rikka Sakuragawa- Mayumi Sako (Japanese); Cristina Vee (English)
- Masayuki Muroi-Makoto Furukawa
In/Spectre Season 2 Plot
Kotoko Iwanaga, age 11, is abducted by Ykai and requested to become the Goddess of Wisdom. She goes to see Kuro Sakuragawa, whose life she once rescued and fell in love with despite the fact that he was dating Saki Yumihara, six years later. Until Saki broke up their engagement in the present, she tracked him for two years. Kotoko asks him out right away. Saki broke up with him, according to Kuro, since he fled like a coward once they saw a Kappa. Saki learns Kuro is dangerous when Kotoko calls him out on the lie and suggests it was the Kappa who fled from Kuro out of fear.
In order to confound the authorities, Kotoko spreads the rumour that a killer increased the popularity of the Nanase urban legend before the murder and planned all along to kill Detective Terada. To make the tale more credible and ensure that Nanase was accused of Terada’s death rather than the real perpetrator, some people have gone as far as dressing up as Nanase to attack people. Kotoko starts debating with internet users while Kuro is still fighting, spreading her false information and giving logical responses to all of their queries. In the end, she combines all of her beliefs and starts a rumour that the murderer was a female police officer who shared a station with Terada.
Kotoko promotes the myth that Nanase is a ghost who is seeking to prove her innocence because she regrets being accused of killing her father. As revealed by Kotoko, Nanase’s father left a note claiming that he believed Nanase planned to murder him. Kotoko speculates that he was jealous of her success and committed suicide so that Nanase would be held responsible. Then, according to Kotoko, Nanase visited her father in heaven and learned why he committed the crime, which led her to turn into a vengeful ghost. She asks everyone online to pray for Nanase so that she can move on. Kuro experiences another death while clinging to a tenuous thread of a potential future.
Rikka sends Kotoko an email to congratulate her on winning while also promising to get back to her. Kotoko is concerned that Rikka would attempt again since she believes that anything is possible to build with the human imagination, including a new God.
Saki finds that the Nanase website has been taken down the next day, and online users start spreading the rumour that Nanase is still alive. Kotoko is still sleeping and suffering from mental tiredness, so Kuro takes Saki out to supper. He reveals that Rikka really wants to be human once again and has looked for a medical cure in the hospital, but she is currently trying to utilise her ability to build a creature that can turn her human.
Kuro acknowledges that he first wanted to deal with Nanase without Kotoko because he is concerned that she constantly putting herself at risk. Rikka may try to kill Kotoko now that she is aware that Kotoko will try to stop her. Saki leaves for home, sure that she won’t encounter Kuro again, and relieved that someone is maintaining order in the yokai realm. Kotoko awakens angry because she abandoned Kuro and Saki for a day and a half. The group ultimately decides to keep a look out for Rikka, but not before taking some time to see Kotoko’s parents and allow Kotoko to continue to serve as the Goddess of Wisdom.
In/Spectre Season 2 Release Date
The good news is that while the delay for In/Spectre Season 2 is not ideal, it won’t last too long. The Japanese version of the series’ website announced the comeback of the anime in January 2023 in the same announcement announcing the postponement.
Although a particular date was not given, fans may anticipate that In/Spectre Season 2 episode 1 will air on Crunchyroll on either Saturday, January 7th, or Saturday, January 14th, providing the show keeps its spot on Japanese television after the initial airing.
A 12-episode run is probably the expected length of the impending second supernatural adventure, however, the number of episodes for In/Spectre Season 2 has not yet been determined.
Where To Watch In/Spectre Season 2?
In/Spectre Season 2 is not yet announced its streaming partner wait for some time for an announcement but you can watch Season 1 on Crunchyroll. You can expect that In/Spectre Season 2 may have the same platform as season 1. Stay Tuned for further updates. Happy Reading!!