Marin and Gojo have been confirmed as partners for a My Dress-Up Darling sequel, but a CloverWorks animation producer stated that it was not intended as such. Shota Umehara wrote on Twitter that the main reason it's happening is the overwhelming response from its fans.
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My Dress-Up Darling sequel was announced in a tweet:Congratulations! It's not that I'd planned a second season, but it was due to the generosity of everyone who saw it, bought merchandise, and other kinds of goods! This is crazy because it wasn't planned, but as long as there's people who want it, I'll do my best!
The original manga has been published as "My Dress-Up Darling" in the Young Gangan magazine since January 19, 2018. CloverWorks gave it a 13-episode anime adaptation, which was voted as the best new anime of Winter 2022 by Crunchyroll. They tell the story:
Wakana Gojo is a high school student who wants to become a kashirashi, a master craftsman who creates traditional Japanese Hina dolls. He isn't knowledgeable about the latest trends and has a difficult time fitting in with his peers.
One day, when she shares an unexpected fact with him, everything changes, and their entirely different worlds collide.
The My Dress-Up Darling sequel has already enthralled many fans, and we’ll keep an eye on another CloverWorks show with Shota Umehara as the producer, Bocchi the Rock!