High School DXD Season 5 – expected Release Date, Cast, Plot and every other detail

Here’s all you need to know about High School DXD Season 5, the Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer and every other detail. High school DXD is a Japanese light novel series written by Ichiei Ishibumi and illustrated by Miyama Zero.

The story revolves around Issei Hyodo, a high school student from Kuho Academy who desires to desires to be a Hirem King. However, he is killed by his first date and later revealed to be a fallen angel.

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None the less later he is revived as a devil by Rias Gremory only to serve her and her devil family.

High school DXD began serialisation in Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine in its September 2008 issue. It had a total of twenty-five volumes. The first season of the series premiere in 2012.

However, a fourth season of the series premiere in July of 2018 and the fifth season is anticipated to premiere by  September of 2020.

The Plot of Season 5

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We still don’t know much about the plot but we do know that the fifth season of High School DXD will be based on volumes 11 and 12 respectively. It is anticipated that Saint Oppai Dragon will be explored in season 5 as it began in season 4.

The cast of Season 5 High School DXD:

Highschool DxD Season 5

Even though every season includes new characters, the main cast remains the same, here’s a list of the voice cast :

  • Issei Hyodo voiced by Scott  Freema
  • Rias Gremory voiced by Jamie Marchi,
  • Asia Argento voiced by Chloe Daniel
  • Akeno Himejima voiced by Teri Roger
  • Yuto Kina voiced by Sean O’ Conner
  • Koneko Tojo voiced by Had Saxton

Release date of Season 5

We still don’t have any knowledge about the premiere of the fifth season but it is likely to premiere by October of 2020.

 

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  1. […] High school DXD is a popular Japanese light novel series written by Ichiei Ishibumi and illustrated by Miyama Zero. It began serialisation in Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine in the September 2008 issue and the first volume was released in the same year. […]

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