Monday, September 25

Prison School Season 2 Manga Review

Prison School Season 2 is the follow-up to Prison School, a popular Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Hiramoto that ran in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine from February 2011 until December 2017.

The story follows five boys at Hachimitsu Private Academy. Kiyoshi and Shingo form strong bonds with their female classmates; Reiji Andou draws attention due to his masochistic tendencies; and Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, known for defecating himself during class, befriends klutzy Mitsuko Yokoyama.


Five boys from Hachimitsu Academy are arrested and put in prison for spying on girls. The school administration gives them an ultimatum: either stay one month in the prison block or be expelled.

After several days in jail, Kiyoshi becomes overwhelmed by the masochistic attitude of all the other boys. He attempts to make peace with them but finds it difficult as they continue picking on him.

He then decides to ask Gakuto and Shingo for help in getting out of prison, while also promising his beloved Chiyo-chan that they will watch sumo wrestle together on their upcoming date.

Kiyoshi also plans on breaking into the corrections office with Hana, the secretary of the Underground Student Council. Hana agrees to supervise them and then gives Kiyoshi a plastic tube so he can pee in it.


Prison School Season 2 manga follows a girls’ high school called Hachimitsu Private Academy. It has earned itself a deserved reputation for its superior education and discipline among its student body.

5 boys – Kiyoshi Fujino, Takehito Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Joe Nezu and Reiji Andou – are admitted to this all-girls boarding school without knowing it until they’re caught by the student council spying on them in the showers.

After being arrested, the boys are sentenced to spend a month in prison for breaking school regulations. But the school’s secret student association – led by president Mari, her daughter Meiko and secretary Hana – seeks to place breakouts on them and expel them.

Fans are eagerly awaiting news of a second season for Prison School, and with critical acclaim and awards pointing in an encouraging direction, it seems likely that Prison School Season 2 could come out sometime around 2022. Additionally, sales trends appear promising for this animated series.

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Prison School was one of the most beloved anime series ever produced. It followed an all-girls academy known for its strict discipline.

In 2015, Prison School premiered to global acclaim with five best friends Kiyoshi Fujino, Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jouji “Joe” Nezu and Reiji Andou at its peak popularity.

When the boys commit voyeurism during a bathing session at Hachimitsu Academy, the school administration takes drastic measures. They are sentenced to one month in jail where they immediately begin plotting an escape plan.

Fans of this anime series eagerly await news on whether or not its creator will create a second season. Thankfully, there are numerous online forums where viewers can express their opinions and ask questions; they may also use social media platforms to post their reactions.


When an all-girls private school starts admitting boys, their mistrust of males becomes evident. A peeping attempt goes terribly wrong and the Underground Student Council declares the boys unfit for school.

Kiyoshi is shocked when the school administration orders the boys to spend a month in prison as punishment for their wrongdoings. He soon discovers that other boys are masochists who take pleasure in suffering.

In Volume 3, the boys’ power dynamics shift and they come under the watchful eye of a new girl. Even though these mischievous boys must live under one roof with her, they manage to escape their confinement and rekindle their connection.

This manga series by Akira Hiramoto ran in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine from 2011 to 2017. It was then adapted into a 12 episode anime by J.C Staff Studio and sold 13 million copies; Yen Press then released the manga in English as well.

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