Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Confirmed for April 2022! Gets a Release Date! Here’s All We Know Till Now.

The best news this holiday season could bring is here! Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 is officially confirmed and we’re absolutely hyped! As one of the best anime releases among all genres in Fall 2021, Komi Can’t Communicate has amassed a huge fan following the release of the anime adaptation along with a love for the existing manga series.

Komi Can’t Communicate is a manga series written and illustrated by Tomohito Oda. The manga began serialization in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2016 and currently has 22 volumes. In a 2020 poll, the series was voted as the ‘Most Wanted Anime Adaptation’ fans of the manga lifted the Komi Can’t Communicate Season 1 of the anime adaptation to one of the most-watched anime of Fall 2021!

The anime has a rating of 8.2/10 and the manga has a rating of 8.4/10 on My Anime List!

Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Trailer

Te PV teased has Shouko Komi trying to reveal the release date. Due to her communication disorder issue, she can be seen stuttering. But one can make out the announcement for the 2nd season. The trailer also gives details on the Season 2 cast and staff members.

What is Komi Can’t Communicate About?

Komi Can’t Communicate is a slice of life, high school romantic comedy. Shouko Komi is what is known as the most beautiful girl in Itan High School who manages to become the centre of attention unwillingly on the first day of school. Hitohito Tadano is an average guy who is basically a wallflower and wants to have a peaceful life, away from attention. As fate would have it, he is seated beside Komi and thus becomes the point of the school’s envy.

In a chance encounter. he realizes that Komi is not stoic, intimidating and unapproachable as people think she is. They equate her to a God and make her the school’s idol. Tadano is an awkward and kind person who figures Komi out. Komi has extreme social anxiety and struggles to communicate with people around her.

Awkwardly stumbling through the beginning of their friendship, Tadano promises Komi to help her make a hundred friends.

Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Plot

Komi Can’t Communicate Season 1 of the anime ended with 12 episodes adapting the first four volumes of the manga and ending somewhere at the beginning of Volume 5. Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 should begin from the school cultural festival as one of its first stories and then continue in story arcs starting with the first year arc.

Chapter 62 of the manga should roughly correspond to the beginning of Season 2. The biggest event of the school year is here and there is a lot coming for Komi that she will have to deal with help from her friends.

Komi Can’t Communicate manga currently has over 300 chapters, and with the kind of response that the series has received, more seasons for the anime are bound to pour in subsequently and will probably span across 2022 and 2023.

What is the official Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 release date?

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Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 has confirmed an April 2022 release with the announcement coming in through Netflix’s official Twitter page.

All the Komi Can’t Communicate Episodes are being released on Netflix at one episode per week. In the second season, the gorgeous and hushed Komi will continue with her search for her friends. Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 debuts on Netflix from Wednesday, 6 April 2022. The date has been revealed in a key visual.

Here is the visual shared in a tweet. One can see the main characters of the series Komi Shouko, Tadano Hitohito and Osana Najimi in the foreground.

Komi Can’t Communicate began streaming on Netflix globally on October 21st while Netflix Japan, TV Tokyo and other broadcasting channels had the show from October 6/ October 7 meaning that the global Netflix release still has two weeks before the end of the anime. There are currently 10 episodes available on Netflix outside Japan, with Komi Can’t Communicate Episode 11 releasing on December 30th 2021.

Where can I watch Komi Can’t Communicate Dub?

It is on the Netflix platform that one can find Season 1 and the upcoming Season 2. All 11 episodes are available for Netflix subscribers.

Netflix is streaming to more than 190 countries in 8 different dubs and more than 30 subs for anime. The official website for the anime will add official trailers for the upcoming season in the coming months.

For those who also want to go through the manga, the first three chapters of the manga are available for readers for free online on Viz. The remaining chapters need a membership that allows access to their entire catalog for $1.99 per month!

Who are part of Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 cast?

The main cast of the anime is expected to return for Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2. Voice actors for new characters to be introduced in Season 2 are yet to be revealed and will be added subsequently. The current returning characters include:

  • Noriko Hidaka as the Narrator
  • Aoi Koga as Shouko Komi
  • Gakuto Kajiwara as Hitohito Tadano
  • Rie Murakawa as Najimi Osana
  • Rumi Okubo as Omoharu Nakanaka
  • Rina Hidaka as Ren Yamai
  • Yukiyo Fujii as Himiko Agari

Ayumu Watanabe is the Chief Director, Deko Akao is the series composer, Kazuki Kawagoe is the director of the series at OLM and Atuko Nakajima is in charge of character design. The members part of the team are

  • General Director: Ayumu Watanabe
  • Series Composer: Deko Akao
  • Art Director: Masaru Sato
  • Color Design: Yuki Hayashi
  • Cinematographer: Satoshi Namiki
  • Edited by: Toshihiko Kojima
  • Music: Yukari Hashimoto
  • Sound Director: Jun Watanabe
  • Sound production: HALF H ・ P STUDIO Animation production: OLM
  • Produced by: Shogakukan Shueisha Productions

Stay tuned for updates on Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 and all the good stuff from your favourite titles. In the meantime, don’t forget to let us know your picks from Winter 2022 anime releases and let us know all you plan to watch in the upcoming season!

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