My Costume-Up Darling, or Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru, will get a sequel. Shinichi Fukuda, the creator of the manga, drew an image to commemorate the sequel. There may be additionally a brief announcement trailer, although there it doesn’t include new footage. [Thanks, ANN!]
The primary season is accessible for streaming on companies equivalent to Crunchyroll. It initially got here out on Funimation, and there may be an English dub obtainable as nicely. In whole, the primary season has twelve episodes, and it aired in Japan from January 9 to March 27, 2022. You can too learn the manga in Sq. Enix’s Younger Gangan, in addition to in tankobon format.
My Costume-Up Darling follows the story of Wakana Gojo, a highschool pupil who likes hina dolls (ornamental dolls used for the Hinamatsuri and different events) and desires to turn out to be a craftsman. Nevertheless, resulting from previous experiences surrounding this interest, he closed himself off, and is unable to make buddies in school. At some point, Marin Kitagawa, a fashion-forward, in style lady and Wakana’s classmate, sees him utilizing a stitching machine in secret, and asks if he will help her make costumes to make use of for cosplay. Although nervous to take action and unfamiliar with the world of fandom and cosplaying, Gojo agrees. Collectively they study extra about cosplaying and its subculture, and about one another.
My Costume-Up Darling season 2 is in growth. Abroad broadcast plans haven’t but been introduced, however Crunchyroll aired the primary season within the west.