Sabikui Bisco, also known as Rust-Eater Bisco, is a light novel series of Japanese origin. This novel series is written by Shinji Cobkubo and illustration is provided by K Akagishi and Mocha. The light novel series was published on 18 Match in the year 2018 and currently consists of 8 volumes. The Rust-Eater Bisco novel series falls under the adventure and post-apocalyptic genre. It is published by ASCII Media Works in Japan under their Dengeki Bunko imprint. The novel series is published in North America in the English language, by Yen Press. The Rust-Eater Bisco light novel series has also been adapted into a manga series that currently consists of 2 parts. Part 1 of the manga series is written by Shinji Cobkubo and illustration is provided by Yusuke Takahashi. It is published by Square Enix in Japan, in their Shonen Manga UP! Magazine. The manga is published in North America in the English language by Comiskey publishing company. The first part of the manga series was first published on 10 April in the year 2019 and it ended on 2 March in the year 2021, and currently consists of four volumes. A second part of the manga was published on 15 December in the year 2021 and consists of 1 volume so far. The second part was written by Shinji Cobkubo and illustration was provided by So Natsuki. It is also published by Square Enix in Japan, in their Shonen Manga UP! Magazine.
The manga series is also adapted into an anime television series that is directed by Atsushi Itagaki. Other directors include Katsuya Kikuchi, Takahiro Ono, Takayuki Kuriyama and Atsushi Ikariya. The script for the series is written by Sadayuki Murai and the music and soundtrack are composed and produced by Takeshi Ueda and Hinako Tsubakiyama. The anime series is produced by Oz Studio and broadcast on Tokyo MX, BS11, and ytv network channels in Japan. In South Asia and Southeast Asia, the licensing rights to the Rust-Eater Bisco anime series are owned by Muse Communication and are broadcast on the Animax Asia network channel. In North America, the licensing rights to the show are owned by Funimation. Season one of the Rust-Eater Bisco anime series premiered on 11 January in the year 2022 and ended on 20 March 2022, after 12 episodes.
Rust-Eater Bisco Season 2 Release Date
The release date for season 2 of Rust-Eater Bisco is not known since the show has not been renewed for a second season.
|Rust-Eater Bisco Season 1 Release Date
|11 January 2022
|Rust-Eater Bisco Season 2 Release Date
|Not Announced Yet
Rust-Eater Bisco Season 2 Story
The story of Rust-Eater Bisco is set in a post-apocalyptic world in Japan, where the entire country is destroyed by rust, a deadly wind that ruins everything it touches, including human beings. The wind has originated from mushroom spores and so, a mushroom keeper and a wanted criminal, by the name of Bisco Akaboshi, are called in to help. Bisco is also an archer who makes arrows that instantly grow mushrooms, wherever the arrows land. Bisco and his huge crab named Akutagawa, team up with a doctor named Milo Nekoyanagi, to search the wastelands of Japan for “Sabikui”, a legendary mushroom that is thought to devour all forms of rust.
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Rust-Eater Bisco Season 2 Characters
Bisco Akaboshi is a 17-year-old mushroom keeper who is also a wanted criminal. He specializes in archery and makes arrows that instantly grow mushrooms. The character of Bisco is voiced by Ryota Suzuki. Milo Nekoyanagi is an excellent doctor who owns the Panda Clinic. He teams up with Bisco, in search of Sabikui, in the wastelands of Japan. The character of Milo is voiced by Matsuki Hanae. Pawar Nekoyanaki is Milo’s older sister, who is one of the people infected with Rust disease. She is the captain of Imihama Watch, which is a group that protects the people from “mushroom terrorists”. She possesses incredible physical strength and agility. The character of Pawoo is voiced by Reina Kondo. Supporting characters include Jabi, a mushroom keeper, voiced by Kenjiro Tsuda. Tirol Ochagama, a female mercenary, is voiced by Miyu Tomita.
Rust-Eater Bisco Season 2 Trailer
The trailer for season 2 of Rust-Eater Bisco is not yet released since the show has not been renewed for a second season.
Where to Watch Rust-Eater Bisco?
Season one of Rust-Eater Bisco can be viewed online on the official website of Funimation and Crunchyroll.
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