Highschool DxD Season 5: Release Date, Characters & More Details – Revealed!
Japanese Anime Series has gained enormous popularity among the people worldwide because of their content, plot & characters. Whether it is Noragami or No Game No Life, or Highschool DxD, people are dying to watch their sequels, and all these series are inspired by their light novels.
Highschool DxD is one such popular Japanese Manga series based on its light novel with the same name, written by Ichiei Ishibumi. TNK made its anime adaptation, and its four seasons have released till now. The first season of Highschool DxD released in 2012, second season of High School DxD New released in 2013, the third season High School DxD BorN released in 2015 and the fourth season – High School DxD Hero released in 2018.
Till then, people are eagerly waiting for the release of Season 5, but the makers haven’t released anything about it yet. But here is good news for all Highschool DxD fans, as its fifth season will soon release in 2021 in Japan. Excited Much? Well, we all are. So, here are all the details about Highschool DxD season 5 release date for you.
- Genre: Comedy, Supernatural, Fictional
- Our Rating: 4/5
- Director: Tetsuya Yanagisawa
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Lead Characters Of Highschool DxD
- Jamie Marchi as Rias Gremory
Love Interest of Issie
- Yuki Kaji as Issie Hyoudou
a second-year high school student who later becomes Devil
- Shizuka Ito as Akeno Himejima
Sister of Rias and Vice President of Occult Research Club
- Sean O’Connor as Yuuto Kiba
School’s Prince and Knight of Rias’s group
Supporting Characters Played By
- Ramona Newel as Xenovia Quarta, Another Devil
- Kristi Kang as Irina Shido, Issie’s childhood friend
- Alison Viktorin as Gasper, half-vampire boy and bishop on Rias’s team
- Phil Parsons as Azazel, Governer-general of Fallen Angels
- Brittney Karbowski as Ravel Phoenix, Young Sister of Riser
- Chris Smith as Riser Phoenix, High-Ranking Devil
- Marie Charlson as Sona Sitri, Devil and Rias’s rival
- Alex Organ as Sirzechs Lucifer, Rias’s brother, and the most powerful Devil
- Felecia Angelle as Raynare, Fallen Angel
- Charles Clegg as Kokabiel, Another fallen angel and leader of Grigoris
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Highschool DxD Season 5 Release Date
Previously, it was saying that the fifth season of Highschool DxD will release in October 2020, but due to Coronavirus Pandemic, we think that the production will complete till the end of 2020, and it will release in 2021. Till then, let’s have a recap of Highschool DxD so far and what we can expect in its upcoming season.
According to the sources, the fifth season of Highschool DxD will release in mid of 2020, but the production house or makers haven’t confirmed Highschool DxD season 5 release date. But they do have confirmed that the fifth season will be more exciting and next-level than its fourth season, and we are hoping that officials will soon release its trailer with release date and other details.
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Expected Plot Of Highschool DxD Season 5
The fourth season of Highschool DxD was based on volume 9 and 10 of the light series novel, and the upcoming season will be based on 11th and 12th volume. However, officials haven’t released any information about the release date or plot of the fifth season. Still, according to previous seasons, we can consider that this season will revolve around the chemistry between Akeno, Rias, and Issie.
Both Issie and Akeno both love Issie, and it will be interesting to see whom Issie loves. Also, the upcoming season will reveal the reason behind Issie’s dark and strange behavior. It might also reveal in the upcoming season that what is his connection with that Red Dragon, and we might see few new enemies whom Issie will face in the fifth season of Highschool DxD.
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What Happened In Highschool DxD So Far?
As the name indicates, the series revolves around a Highschool named Kuoh Academy and its second-year student Issie Hyoudou. Kuoh Academy was only girls school first, but now it has converted into a co-ed school, and it’s not just a normal school. Unknown to normal students, In this school, lots od devils and fallen angels are admitted as students. Each season of Highschool DxD is made from one or two volumes of the light series novel. The first season comprises of the first two volumes of the light series novel, and it revolves around the main character Issie Hyoudou who lives a peaceful life but one day asked for a date by a girl named Yuma Amano. On their first date, she reveals her true identity as a fallen angel named Raynare and asks Issie to die for her.
The next day, when Issie wakes up, he thinks it all was a dream, but he found a naked woman beside him whose name is Rias Gremory- a third-year student and Devil. She reveals Issie that he died yesterday only, and she reincarnated him, which makes her new demon master of Issei. Issei accepts his new life and joins Occult Research Club to serve Rias. The rest of the seasons revolves around Issie, Rias, their friends, and subsequent angels & demons. Season 2 revolves around Rias, Riser Phoenix, and Rating Game System. Rias’s father wants her to get married to Riser Phoenix, but she doesn’t want it. So, she, along with her team, challenges Riser for Rating Game challenge, and the rest of the season revolves around it.
The third season revolves around Holy Sword Project “Excalibur.” To protect the Excalibur from other demons and destroy it, Issie, Rias, Akeno, Kiba, and other team members fight with fallen angels like Kokabiel and defeats him by destroying Excalibur. Kokabiel reveals a shocking truth to them that In the Great War, all Gods died along with few satans. Later, Issie meets Azazel, the leader of the fallen angels, and he refers to Issie as “the Emperor of the Red Dragon.” The fourth season revolves around Issie and a new character Kunou. Kunou asks Issie to help her, and the first half of the season revolves around it. The second half of the season revolves around the dark and strange behavior of Issie. Not only this, when Rias expresses her feelings for him, but he also gives a very vague response to her.
That is the reason behind Issie’s strange and Drak Behavior? What will happen to Rias and Issie’s relationship? How many are more enemies waiting for Rias and Issie? All these questions will be answered in Season 5 only.
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FAQs About Highschool DxD Season 5 Release Date
1. Will There Be A Highschool DxD Season 5?
Yes, most probably it will be out in October 2020. However, Highschool DxD season 5 release date is not announced yet. We have shared every detail that is available so far. Feel free to check now!
2. How To Watch Highschool DxD All Seasons Online?
Most of the Seasons of Highschool DxD (1st to 3rd) are available on Youtube in HD quality, and you can watch them here for free. The fourth season of Highschool DxD isn’t available on youtube, but you can watch it for free on anime streaming websites like Crunchyroll or Funimation. The fifth season of Highschool DxD hasn’t released yet, and we will keep you updated about where to watch the latest season online once its official trailer and other details will be out.
3. Is Highschool DxD Season 5 Cancelled?
Not really! There is no official announcement made whether is highschool DxD season 5 cancelled or not. You can expect it to be released in October 2020 but it has chances of delay amid Coronavirus breakdown.
4. How Many Episodes Will Be There In Highschool DxD Season 5?
The makers haven’t revealed anything about the release of Highschool DxD Season 5 release, but to end the curiosity of our readers, we can say that all the previous seasons of Highschool DxD had 12 episodes each. So, based on that, we are considering that the fifth season of Highschool DxD will also have 12-13 episodes of around 30-40 minutes each.