Fans have had to wait a long time for the next episode of the popular anime series Blood Lad, which is also known as Buraddo Raddo in Japanese.
Yuuki Kodama is the author and illustrator of the manga series that serves as the basis for the anime series of the same name.
On September 4, 2009, the first volume of the manga series was released, and the series lasted until September 3, 2016.
Season 1 of ‘Blood Lad’ premiered on July 8, 2013, after the manga was adapted into an anime television series.
Season 1 of the programme was a huge success, and on December 4, 2013, an OVA episode was published, leaving fans demanding for season 2.
Is There a Season 2 of ‘Blood Lad’ Possible in the Future?
During the first season, which aired from July 8 to September 9, 2013, the first episode was broadcast.
On December 3, 2013, an OVA titled “Blood Lad: Wagahai wa Neko de wa Nai” was released after the conclusion of Season 1.
Despite the fact that it has been eight years since the first season aired, supporters refuse to give up hope for a second season, despite the fact that it takes a maximum of five yearsfor a programme to be renewed.
The prospects of a second season may be small, but there are several things to keep in mind before completely giving up hope.
To begin, the original manga series consists of seventeen volumes, each of which comprises 85 chapters.
The TV version, on the other hand, has only utilised 10 episodes and an OVA.
This clearly shows that there is enough material for a TV series adaptation.
The manga finished in December of that year.
However, we may still hold out hope that Brain’s Base would take up the series for a further season or two.
The second option is to look at how the first season did in terms of audience size.
The show received a 7.30/10 from MyAnimeList’s 295,687 votes and an IMDb rating of 7.1/10 from 1705 votes, respectively.
According to the data, ‘Blood Lad’ did very well and scored well overall, providing filmmakers another incentive to consider developing a sequel.
Blood Lad’s Purpose Is Not Clearly Delineated.
For those who haven’t seen the first season of ‘Blood Lad,’ the tale focuses on Staz Charlie Blood, a Vampire who lives in a bizarre world where demons exist.
He’s not the traditional ‘Otaku’ vampire who consumes human blood like his forefathers, and he doesn’t live the conventional ‘Otaku’ life of drinking human blood and living the typical Otaku existence.
An Anime, Manga, and high-tech gadget fanatic is referred to as a “koizumi.”
Among this world’s many demon gangs, Staz is their leader and one of their bosses.
An accident brought Fuyumi Yanagi, a human girl, into the demon realm via a gateway. This delighted Staz, who had never seen someone like her before.
They briefly cross paths for the first time.
Staz was always there for her, shielding her from the dangers of the world.
After being devoured by a carnivorous plant, Fuyumi becomes a Ghost.
That left Staz emotionally scarred, and hence Staz is the one to bring her back to health.
So when Staz and Fuyumi finally arrive in the human world, she begins dying and Staz has to make her swallow his blood to save her, resulting in her becoming half-vampire.
He continues to defend her life by battling the demon in the demon realm while she continues to fade away. – Staz.
When it’s all said and done, each of them must face the dreaded Akim.