Fantasy fictional stories have remained popular over the years, whether in the form of movies, television shows, novels, or other media. Even if it’s a narrative about murderous vampires, like “Devils’ Line,” people like to experience a sense of escapism.
The anime “Devils’ Line,” based on the manga of the same name, is produced by Platinum Vision, which was created in 2016, and has drawn comparisons to previous supernatural anime such as “Shiki” and “Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign.”
“Devils’ Line” is set in a world where humans and vampires coexist — vampires are referred to as “devils” — and follows the narrative of Tsukasa Taira, a young college student who meets a vampire out one night and nearly dies, but is saved by a detective named Yuuki Anzai.
Tsukasa discovers that Anzai is a half-vampire, a fact he keeps hidden from the public, especially because he works on a task force tackling devil-related crime. Tsukasa threatens to undermine his tight control and personal commitment to never suck human blood when he falls in love with her in the aftermath of the attack.
The first season of “Devils’ Line,” which consists of 12 episodes, premiered in 2018. While the series was successful when it first aired, it grew in popularity after “Devils’ Line” was broadcast on Hulu and other international channels. Fans are eager to find out what happens to Anzai and Tsukasa now that it’s been three years.
When will Devils’ Line Season 2 be released?
While anime is becoming more popular, there is no definite date for when a new season of your favorite program will be released. It could be a year or three before you hear anything about a second season of “Devils’ Line,” and it’s the same with “The Walking Dead.”
Despite the fact that Season 1 of the vampire anime was released in 2018, the production company has yet to announce if the program has been renewed or cancelled, allowing the possibility that they will return to the plot in the future. The studio did release a special OVA episode of “Devils’ Line” Season 1 a few months after the first season ended, but there has been no word after then.
Platinum Vision, a very new animation studio, has only released five series to date, the most recent of which being “Dr. Ramune: Mysterious Disease Specialist” in early 2021. The company hasn’t announced their next project, but it’s plausible that it’ll be a sequel to “Devils’ Line” or a film, since Platinum Vision followed up their first series, “Servamp,” with a feature picture two years later.
Given that Season 1 of “Devils’ Line” was released over three years ago, it would be about time for the animation studio to announce a second season if one is in the works. If “Devils’ Line” Season 2 is approved in the near future, the first new episodes will most likely air in mid-2022.
What characters will appear in Devils’ Line’s second season?
Season 2 of “Devils’ Line” would be a natural continuation of the first season, focusing on the story of Tsukasa and Anzai. Tsukasa is a college student in Tokyo, where vampires, sometimes known as devils, prey on humans, prompting the creation of a devil-specific police task team.
Tsukasa is entirely human, an innocent, young, and kind-hearted woman who tries to be open and accept everyone for who they are, whether they are human or not. After rescuing her from a vampire attack, she rapidly creates a bond with Anzai, and the story focuses on their growing romance as he battles his vampire nature.
Anzai is a half-vampire, half-human hybrid who works for Division 5, a special police team tasked with tracking down and apprehending vampires who have committed different crimes.
Anzai has more control over his vampire urges than full-blooded vampires thanks to his human side, but his intimate relationship with Tsukasa puts his promise to never sip human blood to the test. Anzai quickly falls in love with the young woman and vows to protect her from both the vampire world and himself, even as he doubts his ability to maintain control.
A few key supporting characters would appear in the anime’s second season, including Johannes Kleeman, also known as Hans Lee, another devil-human hybrid, and Juliana “Jill” Lloyd, a demon police officer.
What will happen in Season 2 of Devils’ Line?
Fortunately for lovers of “Devils’ Line,” the anime adaptation has plenty more manga content to explore. Season 2 would pick up following Tsukasa and Anzai’s breakup, as the two try to remain away from one other for their own safety. Unfortunately, due to love and circumstance, they are drawn together once more.
Anzai is no longer a detective, making him a prime target for both anti-vampire humans and vampires he met via his employment who now seek vengeance. Anzai’s devotion is questioned by both humans and vampires because he is a hybrid, hence he has a lot of opponents.
New episodes would also delve deeper into Anzai’s quest to learn more about how and why he changes, as well as how to keep his cool with Tsukasa. He’ll learn more about other hybrids like him and weird situations, which will make him feel less alone. Tsukasa and Anzai strive to keep their distance for their own good, but they fall more in love with each other, and they’re back where they started.