No Guns Life Season 3 Release Date, Cast, and More

No Guns Life season 3 is an upcoming season of the popular anime No Guns Life. It is one of the anime that anime lovers like the most. They never get tired of watching anime, because they know each anime they watch is different from the other one. And No Guns Life is quite an interesting anime that you should add to your watch list soon. Read on to know more information relating to the release date of No Guns Life Season 3. 

No Guns Life Season 3 Release Date Updates 

No Guns Life Season 3 Release Date Updates 
No Guns Life Season 3 Release Date Updates 

No Guns Life is an anime adaptation of the Japanese manga series ‘No Guns Life’ written and illustrated by Tasuku Karasuma. The manga series has 13 volumes in total which were published in Shueisha, and Ultra Jump magazines. The English version of the manga series was published in Viz Media magazine. The anime is written by Yukie Sugawara and directed by Naoyuki Itō.

The first season of the series was released on October 10, 2019, with a total of 12 episodes. The final episode of Season 1 was released in December. A few months after the release of the first season the creators came up with the second season which was released in July 2020. Just like the first season, the second season also had 12 episodes. The story centers on a few humans who are known as ‘Extended’ who solve the problem created by other Extended for their survival. The final episode of Season 2 was released was September 24, 2020. 

It has been two years since the release of the second season but still, the creators haven’t given any updates regarding No Guns Life Season 3. They haven’t given even a single hint regarding No Guns Life Season 3. Though we don’t know what is running in the creator’s mind, let’s hope for the best and expect the release of No Guns Life Season 3. We will make sure to give you any updates as soon as we get them. 

No Guns Life Cast, Characters, and Voice Artists

No Guns Life Cast, Characters, and Voice Artists
No Guns Life Cast, Characters, and Voice Artists

The main characters of the series are:

  • Juzo Inui is voiced by Junichi Suwabe(Japanses) and  Chris Ryan (English). 
  • A private detective who works as a resolver and has an intelligent IQ which makes them solve the cases related to Extended. 
  • Tetsurō Arahabaki is voiced by Daiki Yamashita (Japanese); Caleb Yen (English). 
  • The teenage son of CEO Soichiro Arahabaki. He has also one special feature that is, he possesses a device known as “Harmony” implanted in his throat, which allows him to control Extended bodies from a distance and also use it for his own purpose. 
  • Olivier Vandeberme voiced by  Yōko Hikasa(Japanese); Marissa Lenti (English). 
  • She is the director of EMS, a branch of the Reconstruction Agency, and is tasked with enforcing Extended law and controlling the over-Extended. 
  • Mary Steinberg is voiced by  Manami Numakura (Japanese); Kylie Stewart (English). 
  • A young woman who performs the maintenance on Extended and also acts as the supporter of Juzo. 
  • Kronen von Wolf is voiced by  Yūya Uchida (Japanese); John Burgmeier (English)
  • An EMS section chief and is duty-bound while performing their duties relating to enforcing Extended regulations. 
  • Avi Kobo is voiced by Masayuki Katô (Japanese); Brendan Blaber (English). 

Acting director of EMS. 

  • Andy Wachowski is voiced by Itohiro (Japanese); Charles C. Campbell (English). 
  • A quasi-religious organization that is also a representative of Spitzbergen that opposes the Extensions. He is paralyzed in a wheelchair and has a weak body. 
  • Pepper is voiced by Inori Minase (Japanese); Marianne Bray(English).
  • She is the younger sister of Karen and is a Corp agent who handles Seven. 
  • Seven is voiced by Yūko Sanpei (Japanese); Kimmie Britt(English). 
  • He is a Gun Slave Unit partnered with Pepper and has a personality of a young boy. 

Other Characters of the series are listed below:

  • Kunugi, voiced by  Takahiro Sakurai.
  • Hugh Cunningham, voiced by  Yōji Ueda (Japanese); Tyler Walker (English). 
  • Karen, voiced by  Reina Ueda (Japanese); Emily Neves (English)
  • Christina Matsuzaki, voiced by  Masashi Ebara(Japanese); Jeremy Inman (English). 
  • Scarlett Gosling, voiced by  Marika Kouno (Japanese); Macy Anne Johnson (English). 
  • Mega Armed” Sai Tokisada, voiced by  Kenyu Horiuchi (Japanese); Christopher R. Sabat (English). 
  • Hayden Gondry is voiced by  Atsushi Imaruoka. 
  • Colt, voiced by  Makoto Furukawa(Japanese); Jason Liebrecht (English)
  • John Podpie, voiced by Minoru Aoyama (Japanese); Larry Brantley (English)
  • Victor Steinberg, voiced by  Kazuyuki Okitsu (Japanese); Cody Savoie (English)
  • Edmund Baker / Theodorev, voiced by  Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese); Christopher Wehkamp (English). 

The same cast members might be there in No Guns Life Season 3 as well.

No Guns Life Plot Summary

No Guns Life Plot Summary
No Guns Life Plot Summary

The story centers on Juzo who loses his memory of his previous life and gets his head replaced with a giant gun. He lives in the dark streets of the city as a ‘Resolver’ for his survival. Later as the story progresses we get to know that, after the great war the peoples’ bodies get modified to make them dangerous weapons, and they are known as the ‘Extends’. Juzo is modified and transformed into a head gun where only someone from behind can pull his trigger. He is the one who regulates and solves cases relating to other Extends, and he is supported by Mary, an intelligent woman. 

The story is quite from any other anime, right? Reading the story itself shows that No Guns Life Season 3 would be worth watching and yeah, worth waiting for. 

Where To Watch No Guns Life Season 3? 

The Cyberpunk series ‘No Guns Life’ is available to be watched on Hulu, and Funimation

If the series comes back with No Guns Life season 3, then it might get streamed on the same platforms.

Stay tuned to the Latest Series to get more updates and release dates regarding No Guns Life Season 3. 

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