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Sabikui Bisco Season 2: When Can Fans Expect New Episodes?

Sabikui Bisco Season 2 News: Sabikui Bisco is an anime-inspired by Japanese light novel series. There is a large fan base globally for this show. Critics have praised the performance for its unique concept and fantastic fight scenes. Season one was set in post-apocalyptic Japan; a deadly plague-like wind affects everything it touches, even humans.

Main Character, Bisco Akaboshi, is an archer & mushroom grower; his arrows instantly grow mushrooms where they land. He is a wanted criminal because it is believed that the plague originated from mushroom spores. So Bisco, along with a doctor, searches for wastelands for Sabikui, a mushroom species that can devour all Rust.


For season 2, it is anticipated that the Japanese government immediately calls for Dr. Milo & Bisco to be arrested as they are wanted criminals. Bisco will be in serious trouble as his health will decline. Along with Dr. Milo, Bisco travels far to meet an immortal monk to make a change.

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Comparison between Manga, Light Novel & Anime

The light novel series by Shinji Cobkubo and illustrated by K Akagishi were published in March 2018. The original creator collaborated with Yuusuke Takahashi for Sabikui Bisco manga part 1. The manga was adapted from the first light novel with 21 chapters and four side stories in four manga volumes. Square Enix’s Manga UP published the manga from April 2019 to March 2021. North American publisher Yen Press is handling the English translation. There is no English translation of the Sabikui Bisco manga series.

It is easier to switch points of view for events occurring at the exact moment in books. The anime tried to combine flashbacks and parallel events from the character’s point of view. The Sabikui Bisco anime was the first to adopt a single light novel. In episode 5, the original anime story about an evil person who experiments on the town references Kurokawa. The light books show the character of Kurokawa was a traitor who blamed Rust on mushroom keepers for their profit.

Their experiment in anime was about Kurokawa learning how Rust can be weaponized. The anime version added a beautiful touch to the book by adding transitional scenes that explained what was happening with Pawoo & Jabi.

There is plenty of juice and material in golden books to make Sabukui Bisco season 2. Some comical additions to the main plot fit perfectly well with the characters. The light novels didn’t show Milo dying from hunger. The animation is only for one volume. Manga lovers will soon be able to read ahead of anime; volume 2 will be available in April 2022 for English-speaking light novels.


Here is the confirmed dub-cast for the characters:

Kyle Igneczi is Bisco, Brandon McInnis is Milo, David Novinski is Jabi, Anastasia Munoz is Pawoo, Brittney Karbowski is Tirol, Josh Putnam is Kurokawa.

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