Plastic Memories is known as ‘Purasutikku Memorizu’ in Japan. This show is directed by Yoshiyuki Fujiwara and produced by Doga Kobo. Okiura. This is a multiple-genre series that made its debut in April 2018. Plastic Memories is a sci-fi comic drama anime show. It’s the last episode, viewers are awaiting the announcement of its renewal. However, there are certain speculations for the return of the anime. Let us help you to talk about some real facts relating to the series follow-up.
The show is extremely popular and has a huge fan base. This series has good ratings of 7.4 out of 10. Plastic Memories needs an OVA, not a second season.
Plastic Memories Season 2 Storyline
The story starts with, Tsukasa Mizugaki, who is an 18-year-old teenager and the main lead of the show. We saw Tsukasa joins the Terminal Service after his unfortunate failure in his college entrance exams. She is the female lead of the series, The story showcases the romantic love which sparks between Isla & Tsukasa. It is full of mixed emotions which you just can’t resist.
Plastic Memories Season 2 Release Date
There is still a possibility for Plastic Memories season 2 to be released. there are a few facts to prove this statement. First of all, the writer still recognizes the show and he has not forgotten about it, as many fans that want a second season are still wandering around on the internet.
If by any chance Doga Kobo (Ikebukuro West Gate Park) announces a new season this year, it will take some time to produce ut and announce its release date. It must have been possibilities somewhere around the next year to the most which are mid of 2022.
Plastic Memories Season 1 Ending
The first part of Plastic Memories follows the story of an eighteen-year-old boy, Tsukasa Mizugaki, who miserably flunks his college entrance exam. Yet he does not squander time grieving about it, he decides to take up a job. Using his father’s connections, the boy lands a job at Terminal Services, a division of SAI Corporations, the world-famous android manufacturer. Androids are robots that closely resemble human beings in more ways than one. They possess human memory and emotions as well. Androids and human beings co-exist in the near future, and humans are highly reliant on these artificial beings to accomplish their everyday work. However, it is the launch of Griftia by SIA Corporations that make havoc in the futuristic world. Griffin is the latest innovation in the field of robots, which can outdo the other Androids.
But there is a major issue with Griffin, they cannot love forever. They have a pre-determined life expectancy, following which they would turn into what they call wanderers. Wanderers pose an immediate threat to society through their violent behavior and internal circuit breakdown which fails to even identify their real owners. Terminal Services comes into the picture to retrieve these human-like bodies and delete their memories before they lose their mental and emotional stability. The organization comprises teams – a spotter and marksman, meaning a human being and an Android respectively to accomplish the assigned tasks. It is then that Tsukasa meets Isla, a Griffin, to perform the works. Griffin’s failure to convince Chiru to give up Nina, the robot, raises several questions in the young protagonist’s mind. Is; a’s powers are persistently diminishing, through Tsukasa has no clue about it.
The story ends with the two Terminal Services employees developing feelings for each other. It would be exciting to witness how the story’s main characters go further considering that Isla does not have much time to spare. If season two comes, we can expect the love drama to be set in a new direction and enthrall the audience.
Plastic Memories Season 2 Characters
Plastic Memories season 2 expected main cast –
- Tsukasa Mizugaki voiced by Tasuaki Takumi
- Isla voiced by Sora Amamita
Is there any Trailer Yet?
We may expect a trailer hopefully by early 2023.
Sales & Merchandise
The Plastic Memories Blu-Ray is also available with English subtitles and dub sold roughly. The series is now one of the top ten best-selling manga series of all time.
There is also a massive amount of merchandise, more than 1150 figurines, and 19050 goods.
Where to watch Online?
There is no English dubbing accessible for the anime as of now. The entire first season with original Japanese audio and English subtitles can be found on Crunchyroll.