Season 2 of Made in Abyss Is Now Airing

With the release of the second season of the popular fantasy anime “Made in Abyss,” fans will be able to continue their adventurous investigation of the lost civilisation inside its huge black pit. Don’t be fooled by the adorable animation style; this series is far more than it seems on the surface — and it’s not one to watch with the entire family.

When Riko was a little orphan girl, she lived in a town that had a massive hole in the middle of it. The pit was filled with a plethora of treasures and weird animals, and it beckoned Cave Raiders to go into its depths in search of long-lost treasure.

Only a few of people have returned from the cave’s lowest depths, including Riko’s mother, a famed Cave Raider who went missing while on an expedition. The pair go on a perilous journey into a deadly otherworld when Riko discovers a robot boy named Reg and gets a message from her mother instructing her to meet her at the bottom of the deep abyss.

There has been one sequel to the series, which is a feature-length film named “Dawn of the Deep Soul,” which has been released since Season 1. According to ComicBook, the show will get a full-length second season, as well as a previously announced video game, in the near future.

When will Made in Abyss Season 2 be released on DVD and Blu-ray?




After “Made in Abyss” Season 2 was initially officially announced in 2019, we now have an exact release date for when it will be available on television. Or, at the very least, we know what year it is – 2022. However, we do know that the game will be titled “Made in Abyss: The Golden Town of the Relentless Day” and that it will be released sometime in the next year. There is currently no known release date beyond the next year.

Additionally, in addition to a second season, a video game version of “Made in Abyss,” named “Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness,” will be released in 2022 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms (via ComicBook).

Since its debut in 2012, the manga series created by Akihito Tsukushi has been released on a regular basis. There are presently nine volumes in the series, although it is still continuing, with a few chapters having been uploaded on Web Comic Gamma that have not yet been gathered into a tenth collection.

Since its debut in 2017, anime has been trying to catch up with the manga in terms of popularity.

Who is a member of the Made in Abyss Season 2 ensemble cast?


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There is currently no information available regarding the cast of “Made in Abyss” Season 2. The first season was initially voiced in Japanese, with Miyu Tomita as Riko and Mariya Ise as Reg, but it has now been dubbed into English as well as the original Japanese.

Beyond “Made in Abyss,” Tomita is recognised for voicing Gabriel in “Gabriel DropOut,” while Ise is known for her roles as Killua Zoldyck in “Hunter x Hunter” and Stocking in “Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt,” which is widely considered to be one of the greatest anime series produced in the previous decade.

British actress Brittany Lauda does the English voice of Riko. She is well known for her work as Ichigo in the anime “Darling in the Franxx” and as Plug, the magical girl who cures sadness in the manga “Charger Girl Ju-den Chan.” Luci Christian, who has an even more extensive voice acting career than she has, works with her as the English voice actress for Reg. Many anime fans may recognise Christian as Hiro Sohma, the sheep, from the series “Fruits Basket,” or as Yuki Yoshino from the food show “Food Wars!”

It is probable that the core cast will return for Season 2, especially considering that many of them are expected to return for the next video game.

So, what exactly is the storyline of Made in Abyss Season 2?


According to ComicBook, just a few facts regarding “Made in Abyss” Season 2 have been disclosed so far, but we do know that the events of the second season take place after the events of Season 1 and the feature film “Dawn of the Deep Soul.”

Presumably, the anime will continue the tale of the manga, taking up where the book left off in the sixth tier of the Abyss. Fans will need to see the film in order to properly comprehend the plot.

With the announcement of the season’s release date came the publication of a picture on Twitter from the “Made in Abyss” team, which was intended to get fans excited for the next season. It includes the manga character Faputa, who has yet to appear in an anime adaptation of the series. If you’re interested in getting a head start on what will happen in the second season, you may start with Volume 6 of the manga.

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