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Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date And Possible Spoilers!

Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date
Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date

Wondering when will Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date be out? Well, Written by Looseboy, the manga from which the anime is adapted from has 8 volumes. The anime has earned quite a lot of popularity since it’s release. What has made this anime stand out a little bit is the plot and the way it’s been executed.

Though seemed like a usual action anime at first the series actually goes a lot deeper and is wrapped with turns and twists that makes the flow of the story a rollercoaster ride for the viewer. However some aspects aren’t unprecedented but still it’s a pretty watchable anime. As of now the anime has only 1 season with 13 episodes. Here are all the details we know about Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date.

Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date

Release Date and other information- The 1st season of Talentless Nana has left the viewers on a cliffhanger and with tons of unanswered questions. So it can be hoped the next installment will release soon to conclude the ongoing story. The second season is expected to release in 2022.

Talentless Nana Season 2 Story

Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date

Set in a supernatural world, the plot is filled with twists and turns. It sets off with a usual setting of an action supernatural anime but it gradually unwraps the true dark nature of the plot as it navigates through the story. At first we get to see a world infested with horrifying creatures with blood shivering looks. They appeared outtanowhere 50 years before the events of the main story and started wrecking havoc all over the world and they got marked as the “enemies of humanity”.

These grotesque creatures knew no bounds. In order to eradicate this threat, humans started relying on ‘Talents’. ‘Talents’ in the series are teenagers with supernatural abilities. Abilities like pyrokinesis or time travel, now these abilities are apparently powerful enough to deal with these threats. However not every teenager are ‘Talents’ or at least not a powerful one so they are sent to an academy which is located on a secluded island

. In the academy, aspiring ‘Talents’ are trained hard and taught the ways to use their supernatural power in the most efficient way possible while in combat with those threats. Students there work hard to improve their skills in order to prevent the creatures that lurks around and pose a threat to humans from harming more people. The story follows Nanao Nakijima, a member of the academy who is there to improve his skills as well. But the catch here is that he belongs to the rare category of having no ‘talent’ whatsoever. Despite being a teenager, he has no ‘talent’ which made him an outcast in his own academy.

As he is of the rare type of having no ‘talent’ he belonged to the minority and he was the only one like that there as he is surrounded by teenagers in the academy where all the teenagers are apparently ‘talented’. Despite being ostracized, and discriminated against, he kept on grinding to achieve his goal of completing his full training. Things started to take a turn when Kyouya Onodera and the Nana Hiiragi, joined the class. Kyouka is a discreet guy who avoids interaction with other students as much as he can. He even keeps his ‘talent’ a secret. However it is later revealed that his actual talent is ‘immortality’.

His straightforward attitude toward others leaves a negative impression on his. People even consider him to be a delinquent. Nana on the side at first appears to be an extrovert, filled with enthusiasm. She is talkative and knows how to interact with people. And according to her, she has the ‘talent’ of reading people’s mind. But things started to go downhill when people started disappearing from the academy all of a sudden which created an ambience of chaos throughout the academy.

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Talentless Nana Season 2 Characters

Talentless Nana Season 2 Release Date

Nanao– Hiro Shimoma provides the voice for Nanao in the anime series. He is from Tokyo, Japan was born in Apr 21, 1980. His is also known by the names such as Shimocchi , Hirotan , Shimonnu. From 2012-15, under the Seyiuu category he was named Best Karaage-nist four times. His notable roles are as Dabi from My Hero Academia, Takuma from Aura Crying series, Yoshii from Baka to Test series, Aoba from Durarara etc.

Nana- Rumi Okubo provides the voice of Nana in the anime series. She is a Japanese actress from the Ehime Prefecture. And her birthday is on September 27, 1989. She won an award under the “Best Newcomer “Category at the 7th Seyiuu Awards. Her popular roles are as Chinatsu Yoshikawa in YuruYuri, Emilia Hermit in Hundred, Astolfo in Fate/Apocrypha etc.

Kyouka- The Japanese voice of Kyouka is provided by Yûichi Nakamura. He is Japanese voice actor from Takamatsu, Japan. He is also a YouTuber. His unique voice filled with clarity and calmness makes it stand out more. He is a well known voice artist and has a huge fan base. Some of his notable roles are as Bruno Bucciarati in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, Tetsurō Kuroo in Haikyuu!!, Reinhard Van Astrea in Re:Zero, Satoru Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen etc.

The anime is available on Funimation to watch.

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