Ichiei Ishibumi and Miyama-Zero are the authors and illustrators of the High School DxD light novel series from Japan.
Issei Hyodo, a perverted high school student from Kuoh Academy who aspires to rule a harem, is the main character of the story.
His first date, who turns out to be a fallen angel, kills him, but Rias Gremory, the red-haired devil princess, later resurrects him as a devil so he can serve her and her devil family.
The devils, fallen angels, and angels find Issei and Rias’ relationship to be perilous. In its September 2008 issue, Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine started serializing High School DxD.
On September 20, 2008, the first volume was made available. By March 2018, there were 25 volumes altogether available in Japan under the Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint.
Eleven volumes of a manga adaptation by Hiroji Mishima were published after it first appeared in serial form in the July 2010 edition of Dragon Magazine and the March 2011 issue of Monthly Dragon Age.
What’s The Release Date for High School DxD Season 5?
The bad news is that High School DxD Season 5’s official release date has not yet been announced. The anime series’ upcoming season was initially scheduled to debut in 2020, according to The Cine Talk. However, as it did with many other anime releases, COVID-19 threw a wrench in those release plans.
Ichieie Ishibumi, the author of the original High School DxD light book, did affirm that season 5 of the show is still in the works.
Additionally, he urged readers to keep buying and reading the light novel series, as increased light novel sales may spur the continuation of the anime series production. If Season 5 of High School DxD debuts this year, it will probably air in the fall anime season, possibly in October. If not, the following season may begin sometime in 2022.
Who Is in The Season 5 Cast of High School DxD?
Although the High School DxD Season 5 cast has not yet been officially announced, according to The Cinemaholic, it is anticipated that the High School DxD: Hero cast will return.
As part of this, Yuki Kaji as Issei Hyoudou, Ayana Taketaksu as Koneko Toujou, Yoko Hikasa as Rias Gremory, Shizuka Ito as Akeno Himejima, and Azumi Asakura as Asia Argento contribute their voices.
The same animation studio team from the prior season is also quite likely to return for season 5.
According to ComicBook.com, Studio TNK produced the first three seasons of High School DxD. However, studio Passione handled season 4 under Yoshifumi Sueda’s leadership.
Many fans were caught off guard by the studio and aesthetic change, and others weren’t really pleased with the abrupt transition.
In fact, the change prompted some viewers to start a petition asking for the show to return to its season 1 through season 3 look. For High School DxD Season 5, though, it’s likely that Passione and Sueda will continue to undertake animation tasks.
What Is the Season 5 Plot of High School DxD?
High School DxD’s fifth season has no official plot summary. The anime series, according to The Cinemaholic, has typically followed the same story arc as the light novel series.
For instance, season 4 came after the light novels’ volumes 9 and 10. As Issei and Sairong engaged in combat in the previous season, the action picked up. Issei also used The Cardinal Crimson Promotion, a cool and powerful power-up for his Scale Mail, in this scene.
Issei and Rias’ long-awaited first kiss in season 4 offered viewers a taste of the romance they had been waiting for. In conclusion, season 4 had a lot to offer, but it also appeared to tie up nicely.
An adaptation of volumes 11 and 12 of the light novel series is projected to take up most of season 5. For Issei, it entails exams. The Middle-Class Promotion Test will present a challenge for Issei.
If Issei succeeds in this test, which is paired with the ranking used to indicate a Devil’s strength, he would be placed just above low-class. Issei will also need to worry about Koneko, who has found out how close Issei has been to Rias and isn’t too thrilled about it, in addition to the tests.
When season 5 does finally air, it seems like Issei and the company will have plenty to do.
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