Deadman Wonderland Season 2: Everything We Know

It’s been a decade, but fans still want Deadman Wonderland Season 2 to be released. It is thriller anime based on manga with the same name. The series is written by Kazuma Kondou and illustrated by Jinsei Kataoka.

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The fans love it because of the storyline, the characters, and the gore aspect in Deadman Wonderland. The anime adaptation is produced by Manglobe and listed with 12 episodes. While there are some differences between the manga and the anime, the first season of Deadmen Wonderland is still a fun series to watch.

There are tons of reasons fans want the sequel, and here is everything we know about Deadman Wonderland Season 2.

Will there be Deadman Wonderland Season 2?

Deadman Wonderland Season 2

Unfortunately for us, the possibility of Deadman Wonderland Season 2 is pretty low. This is because Manglobe, the studio which produced the first season, went bankrupt in 2015 because of enormous debt, around 350 million yen. However, we can lose all hope.

Manglobe is gone now, but we have chances that another studio will pick it up from the dead. It is not a new thing that an animation studio takes over another studio project. So, we need to wait if there is a studio interested in bringing back the Deadman Wonderland series.

You don’t need to be worried about the lack of material for Deadman Wonderland Season 2 because there is plenty of content to cover. The manga ended some time ago, but the anime only adapts the first 14 chapters. Total there are 58 chapters which compiled into 13 volumes. Therefore, there are around 44 chapters that can be adapted for the sequel.

The first installment finished with an open end and not an original one. It will make it easier for a new studio to continue what Manglobe had done.

So, never say never to Deadman Wonderland Season 2.

Deadman Wonderland Season 2 Release Date

From the possibilities above, we can clearly say that there is no release date for Deadman Wonderland Season 2. Don’t expect so much, but don’t lose hope too.

Just like we said before, we can only wait for another studio to pick the series up. Manglobe did a great job starting the series, but they are gone now. A good production company is needed to revive Deadman Wonderland. Sadly, we can be picky, so if some company wants to produce the second season, we have to support them no matter what.

Plot of Deadman Wonderland

Deadman Wonderland is a prison built after a powerful earthquake nearly destroyed Tokyo. It also has functioned as a theme park, with prisoners from all over Japan becoming its main attraction. However, behind the scene, there are real horrors that take place within.

Ganta Igarashi is our protagonist here. He is a middle school student who has lived a normal life after the great earthquake. Ganta’s life changes drastically since Red Man, a mysterious masked murderer, comes to his school and kills all of his classmates, leaving him as the sole survivor.

When he awakes in the hospital, Ganta is falsely convicted as the murderer behind the massacre, thus making him one of the prisoners in Deadman Wonderland. There, he meets with a mysterious girl called Shiro, who claims to be his childhood friend. It is the beginning of the nightmare for Ganta.

Romi Park is the voice behind Ganta, while Hana Kanazawa plays Shiro. Additional cast includes Masayuki Katou (Overlord), Iori Nomizu (Date a Live), Daisuke Ono (Black Butler), and Yuki Kaji (Attack on Titan).

Besides the television series, there is also OVA titled Deadman Wonderland: The Red Knife Wielder. It tells the story of how Kiyomasa Senji, a police officer, becomes a prisoner in Deadman Wonderland.

Deadman Wonderland Visual

Deadman Wonderland Visual

Deadman Wonderland Characters and Cast

ShiroKana Hanazawa
Ganta IgarashiRomi Park
Minatsuki TakamiIori Nomizu
Tamaki TsunenagaJunichi Suwabe
Kiyomasa Senji/CrowMasayuki Katou

Deadman Wonderland Action

Deadman Wonderland is a Japanese manga series written by Jinsei Kataoka and illustrated by Kazuma Kondou, who also wrote and illustrated the Eureka Seven manga, and published in Shōnen Ace since 2008. Tokyopop acquired the licensing rights to distribute the manga in English and released the first 5 volumes of the manga before the company shut down its North American Publishing division in 2011. Viz Media announced that it had licensed the series for English language release in North America on July 7, 2013, and released the first volume on February 11, 2014; new volumes were released every two months thereafter.

An anime adaptation aired between April and July 2011, pulling content from the first 21 chapters of the manga.

It looked like it would be a normal day for Ganta Igarashi and his classmates—they were preparing to go on a class field trip to a certain prison amusement park called Deadman Wonderland, where the convicts perform dangerous acts for the onlookers’ amusement. However, Ganta’s life is quickly turned upside down when his whole class gets massacred by a mysterious man in red. Framed for the incident and sentenced to death, Ganta is sent to the very jail he was supposed to visit.

But Ganta’s nightmare is only just beginning.

The young protagonist is thrown into a world of sadistic inmates and enigmatic powers, to live in constant fear of the lethal collar placed around his neck that is slowed only by winning in the prison’s deathly games. Ganta must bet his life to survive in a ruthless place where it isn’t always easy to tell friend from foe, all while trying to find the mysterious “Red Man” and clear his name, in Deadman Wonderland.

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