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Fourth Season Of “High School DxD” Anime Announced For 2018

Following the huge success of the third season, the highly anticipated Harem anime “High School DxD” season 4 finally announced. At the Fantasia Bunko Festival event 2017, it has been announced that the anime series High School DxD will get the 4th season under the title High School DxD Hero and scheduled to release in 2018. At the Event, the first promotional video for the new series was teased which revealed the staffs and a new visual for the series.

Promotional Video:

Yoshifumi Sueda is directing the series alongside Studio Passione with Kenji Konuda composing the scripts for the series and Makoto Uno is handling character design. All previous cast are expected to return for the roles in the new season.

Key Visual:


The story set in Kuoh Academy, a former all-girls school that has recently turned co-ed but has its own secret. Strange to normal humans, angels, fallen angels, and devils blend in as part of the student population. One of these students, Issei Hyodo, is a lecherous second-year human student who lives a peaceful life.

The story follows Issei Hyoudou a perverted high school student from Kuoh Academy who was killed on his first date by his own girlfriend who turned out to be the Fallen Angel but was later resurrected by Rias Gremory, a plump big-breasted third-year student at Kuoh Academy. Issei wakes up the next morning, thinking that it was all just a dream. Where Rias reveals to Issei her true identity as a devil and that she has reincarnated him as a devil to serve her.

Cover of High School DxD Volume 1

High School DxD began serialization in Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine in its September 2008 issue. The first volume was released on September 20, 2008. A total of 22 volumes is available in Japan as of September 2016 under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation by Hiroji Mishima began serialization in the July 2010 issue of Dragon Magazine and later in the March 2011 issue of Monthly Dragon Age with twenty-two volumes currently available as of September 2016.

An anime adaptation was first aired on January 6, 2012. Anime is licensed by Funimation in North America, by Manga Entertainment in the United Kingdom, and by Madman Entertainment in Australia. The second season aired from July 7, 2013, and the third season aired from April 4, 2015.


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