My Dress-Up Darling Gets Special Visual Ahead of Possible Season 2 Announcement

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My Dress-Up Darling Season 2 Announcement

As fans eagerly wait for news on Season 2, a new My Dress-Up Darling visual was released to celebrate an upcoming fan event that might feature a Season 2 announcement.

The new visual was shared on the anime’s official Twitter account, and it features the four main characters who are given a fancy makeover.

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Specifically, the visual features Sajuna Inui, Marin Kitagawa, Wakana Gojo, and Shinju Inui.

The girls in the visual are wearing elegant Western-style formal dresses with matching hairstyles. In contrast, Gojo is wearing traditional Japanese formal wear.

Aside from the visual, the tweet also promoted the upcoming fan event entitled My Dress-Up Darling Eh~?! It's OMG crazy to see you all! ~. This event will feature appearances from the series' cast.

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The guests include Hina Suguta (Marin Kitagawa), Shoya Ishige (Wakana Gojo), Atsumi Tanezaki (Sajuna Inui), and Hina Yomiya (Shinju Inui).

Also joining them are rock band Spira Spica and singer Akari Akase, the performers of the show’s opening and ending themes, respectively.

While there are no details regarding what will be announced, it’s possible that fans will get a second season announcement. After all, the first season was a big hit in Winter 2022.

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Much like other anime events, tickets are available only through a lottery system.

Fans who purchased the fifth Blu-Ray/DVD volume were given the chance to enter the advanced lottery.

Related: Did My Dress-Up Darling Just Tease a Season 2 Announcement?

My Dress-Up Darling (Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru in Japanese) is TV anime by CloverWorks. It is based on the manga series of the same name by Shinichi Fukuda that started serialization on Young Gangan back in January 2018.

The series’ story follows Wakana Gojo, a first-year high school student who dreams of becoming a Hina doll craftsman like his grandfather.

He keeps his hobby a secret from everyone as he was criticized when he was younger for liking dolls by a childhood friend.

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While practicing making doll costumes at school, he is spotted by popular classmate Marin Kitagawa. Instead of judging him, Marin asks Gojo to help create her costumes for her cosplay hobby.

There is no official announcement yet for My Dress-Up Darling Season 2. But if it does get announced, it is likely to happen at this upcoming fan event.