Marin and Gojo have been confirmed to be getting a My Dress-Up Darling sequel, but a CloverWorks animation producer said it wasn't planned at all. Shota Umehara wrote on Twitter that the main reason it's happening is the overwhelming support from its viewers.
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Congratulations on the release of the sequel to My Dress-Up Darling! This was due to the overwhelming response from everyone who watched it and bought merchandise and all kinds of goods! This is crazy because it wasn't my intention, but as long as there are people who are happy to see it, I'll do my best!
The original manga has been published as a Young Gangan publication since January 19, 2018. Square Enix Manga is also publishing the series in English as "My Dress-Up Darling" since April 14, 2020. CloverWorks premiered it, and it was voted the best new anime of Winter 2022 by Crunchyroll.
Wakana Gojo is a high school student who wants to be a kashirashi, a master craftsman who specializes in making traditional Japanese Hina dolls. He isn't averse to learning about the latest trends, and has a difficult time fitting in with his peers.
When she shares an unanticipated truth with him, everything changes, and their completely different worlds collide.
The My Dress-Up Darling sequel has already had many fans eager, and we'll be sure to update you with more information! In the meantime, you can watch another CloverWorks show with Shota Umehara as the producer, Bocchi the Rock!