Rascal Doesn’t Have Any Dreams About Bunny Girl Senpai is a romantic anime series based on a light novel series of the same name.
In November 2015, a manga adaptation of the series, drawn by Tsugumi Nanamiya, was published, further increasing the series’ popularity.
CloverWorks announced plans to adapt the light novel series into an anime television series four years after its first publication, which debuted on October 4, 2018. Fans have been waiting for news on a second season since then, and here’s all we know so far regarding Season 2.
Release Date For Rascal Does Not Dream Of Bunny Girl Senpai Season 2
The wait for ‘Bunny Girl Senpai‘ season 2 would be endless if there is no official renewal insight. Every 1-2 years, new volumes of the light novel series are released. As a consequence, it’s possible that the 12th book won’t be released until 2022.
The earliest probable release date for ‘Bunny Girl Senpai’ Season 2 is presently 2023 if there is adequate source material and the anime gets renewed for a second season next year.
They are, once again, simply estimates. We’ll need to keep an eye on things and update this section when fresh information becomes available.
Season 2 Plot of Rascal Does Not Dream Of Bunny Girl Senpai
Seishun Buta Yar tells an unusual story about a disease known as Puberty Syndrome. Puberty Syndrome is a rare disease that exclusively affects teenagers and generates bizarre symptoms that most people dismiss as fantasy.
Sakuta Azusagawa is a high school student who has personal experience of the Puberty Syndrome, which is a real-life ailment rather than a fable.
Sakuta is acutely aware of the symptoms of Puberty Syndrome after seeing his sister succumb to it. He also sees that the disease is quite common in his school.
It all starts in the school library when Sakuta meets Mai Sakurajima, another high school student. Mai, by the way, is a well-known teenage actress who had a promising career cut short for reasons undisclosed to the general public.
Sakuta recognizes Mai dressed provocatively as a rabbit when he finds her in the library but is startled that no one appears to be aware of her presence, despite her notoriety.
After the incident, Sakuta sees Mai and learns that she has been diagnosed with Puberty Syndrome.
Sakuta is adamant about assisting Mai in resolving her problem. As a result, he gets in touch with a number of other girls at his school who are also afflicted with the illness.