Ukami is the author and illustrator of the Japanese manga series Gabriel DropOut. The foundation of it is a standard supernatural high-school comedy. In December 2013, ASCII Media Works’ Dengeki Daioh G magazine started serializing the series. And in January 2017, Doga Kobo’s anime television adaptation debuted in Japan. Here’s what we know about Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Release Date: What Will Happen Next?.
Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Release Date
There are twelve episodes in the first season of Gabriel Drop Out. Four manga volumes are covered in the first season of the show. Only six volumes of the original text have been released yet. This indicates that at least two additional volumes will be required by the anime’s developers for the start of a new season. It’s difficult to believe that season two hasn’t yet received formal approval for publication. The release date for “Gabriel Drop Out” season 2 may occur in 2021, according to our best estimation.
|Name of the Show||Gabriel Dropout|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|Gabriel Dropout Season 1 Release Date||9 January 2017|
|Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Story
Heaven has always required its youthful angels to study and live among humans before they can become fully grown angels. Top-of-her-class Gabriel White Tenma, who considers it to be her duty to become a great angel and offer happiness to humans, feels the same way. On Earth, Gabriel develops a video game addiction, though, and eventually turns into a hikikomori. She calls herself a “Fallen Angel,” although she has little interest in anything else, much to the chagrin of Vignette April Tsukinose, a demon Gabriel knew when she was still an angel on Earth.
Vignette tries in vain to turn Gabriel back into the person she once was, but Gabriel blasts down any intrusion into her cherished way of life. The group encounters two outlandish characters during their stay on Earth: the angel Raphiel Ainsworth Shiraha, a sadistic classmate of Gabriel’s, and the demon Satanichia McDowell Kurumizawa, a clumsy self-proclaimed future king of the Underworld. The comedy-filled lives of these four pals are followed in Gabriel DropOut as they thoroughly misunderstand what it means to be an angel or a demon.
Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Cast
Angel Gabriel White Tenma was the best student in her class before developing a video game addiction and turning into a slob. She rejects or lashes out at anyone trying to give her orders or boss her around since she is frequently unmotivated and lethargic. Japanese voice actor Miyu Tomita provides her voice. Vignette Gabriel’s total opposite is April Tsukinose; in contrast to her true nature as a demon, she is extremely responsible and frequently takes care of Gabriel. Vignette only uses threats or manipulation to get what she wants, like making Gabriel wear an adorable cat costume and celebrating Christmas despite being a demon. She frequently supports Satania’s plans, which frequently have terrible outcomes. Saori Onishi, a Japanese VA, provides her voice.
Satanichia McDowell Kurumizawa is an egotistical, immature, and bratty demon who frequently devises strange or juvenile ways to cause trouble—methods that almost always fail. Raphiel and stray canines sometimes bother her, and the latter frequently steals her favorite melon bread. Due to her incompetence, she is constantly ridiculed and made fun of by her “friends” and is susceptible to being duped. Her parents have their own bakery. Japanese voiceover artist Naomi Ozora provides her voice. Ainsworth, Raphiel Shiraha, the second-ranked angel in Gabriel’s class, used to always have an angelic smile, but she has since turned into a vicious stalker who enjoys tormenting and controlling Satania. She still regards Satania as a friend in spite of everything. Kana Hanazawa provides her voice.
Tapris Sugarbell Chisaki is a junior angel who looked up to Gabriel in angel school and thinks Satanichia is the one who made her into a slob. Despite knowing Vignette is a demon and calling her senpai (senior) for her generosity, she mistrusts her. Inori Minase provides her with a voice. Machiko, the class president of Gabriel’s class, frequently finds Satania, Vignette, and Raphiel’s behavior puzzling because she doesn’t know that Gabriel is an angel. When people ignore her, she becomes irate. Mai Fuchigami is responsible for her voice. Gabriel has a part-time job at the coffee business owned by Master. Gabriel’s behavior frequently baffles him, but he figures it’s only because she is a foreigner.
Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Trailer
Unfortunately, there is no official release of Gabriel Dropout Season 2 Trailer.
Where To Watch Gabriel Dropout Season 2
You can watch all the episodes of Gabriel Dropout season one on Crunchyroll, Mondo, and VRV. Select