High School DxD is one of the tough competing Japanese Mangas currently in trend. This manga has an immense fan following that the audiences have thoroughly watched all existing seasons and are craving for more. Although the new season’s renewal has been in great discussions, the confirmation in the same regard has not been made. Let’s go through the details to discover the hidden mysteries behind the renewal of this series.
WHAT IS THE STORY ALL ABOUT?
Kuoh Academy is the main topic of discussion in the series. This academy was once a school comprising only girls. Recently, the norms of the institution got converted from only girls to co- education. The institute possesses a hidden mystery that makes it special. The place, which now is an institute, was once a residing place of angels of all kind, no matter good or bad.
On the other hand, the lead is taken by a guy named ‘Issei Hyoudou.’ He is known to be a licentious teenager. After he is exhausted of his life, he decides to have an adorable girlfriend. Fortunately, he gets a proposal for a date from a girl who has feelings for him. This girl falls out to be an angel named Raynare. Due to some circumstances among them, the angel had to put him to death.
The chapter of Issei is again opened up by Rias. He is brought back to life by another angel named Rias. She does this to satisfy her cruel intentions. For instance, she insists him to work for her no matter what purpose is hidden behind the work.
ORIGIN OF THE SERIES:
The series is said to have its origin from the manga of the same title. The Season 4 has covered the ninth and the tenth volumes of the novel. The Hero Oppai dragon story arc is the main source of the plot.
CAN WE EXPECT A RENEWAL?
Definitely, we could think positive about the renewal of the series. The continuation is expected from the eleventh and twelveth volumes of the manga. However, there are no official announcements yet. In the case of renewal, the release could be anticipated in early 2021.
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