Prison School Season 2 Manga Review

Prison School Season 2 has been in development for some time, though no official date has been announced yet. Fans have been eagerly awaiting news of its arrival for months now.

From February 2011 until December 2017, Akira Hiramoto’s popular Prison School manga was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine. Recently, Yen Press licensed the series for English release.


Kiyoshi is an unassuming boy with a simple face and short hair style that gives him just enough personality.

Kiyoshi is a student at Hachimitsu Academy, an all-girls school which has recently converted to coed. After discovering evidence of peeping, he is caught and sent to the school’s prison.

After the incident, he attempted to reconcile with Hana. Unfortunately, she could not convince him that she was a good person and could trust him again.

Despite her hesitation, she still agrees to supervise the boys when Meiko arrives. In doing so, she violates her promise to Mari that the boys would remain in charge.

Though he has his own issues, he is one of the most trustworthy members in the group. Additionally, he’s willing to accept responsibility for his mistakes and apologize to Chiyo, his love interest.


Shingo is the delinquent of the group, yet he is also highly reliable and an excellent source of information. His pessimism and unhealthy obsession with ants make him unpopular among other members.

Kiyoshi’s only friend, Joe, is determined to help him escape prison. To accomplish this feat, Joe convinces Kiyoshi that he will assist in breaking out of the institution.

They then go to a nearby arcade where Meiko and Anzu have an enjoyable time together. Afterward, Meiko discovers Gakuto’s figurines in her bathroom.

Prison School stands out among manga series by emphasizing absurdity, shame and comedy. The sexual content of the show can be quite explicit at times – think in-your-face calisthenics, butt-shaped mouse pads and mushrooms. Prison School offers plenty of sultry exploits for viewers to enjoy.


Gakuto is an admirably responsible boy with a deep devotion for his friends. He also stands as one of the show’s most trustworthy characters, willing to sacrifice both his long locks and dignity in order to help them escape prison.

In addition to his respect and dependability, he also possess great strategy. A skilled conspirator, he can confidently plan how to escape prison using various methods.

He is the first character to sacrifice himself for his friends, destroying his prized figurines and neglecting Kiyoshi for some time. Additionally, he becomes the leader of the boys’ breakout and helps convince Joe to let Chiyo out through the back door.

Gakuto’s voice was a big hit in the anime, hitting all the right notes and earning himself honorifics that fit him perfectly. Additionally, his stories and events add value to the plotline perfectly.


Hana, a student council member from Hachimitsu Academy, harbors an intense crush on Kiyoshi and uses every trick in her arsenal to prevent him from confessing his feelings for Chiyo.

She also takes part in Mari’s campaign to expel the boys from school, aiding Mari in her effort. However, as she monitors these boys while they are in prison, she finds herself caught between a difficult decision and an uncomfortable position.

She attempted to kill Kiyoshi after recalling an infirmary visit where the Chairman had hidden explicit photos of himself. Her repressed memories of that “irreversible act” caused her to attempt to stabbing him in the chest.

This is an encouraging sign for the anime community. Fans are eagerly awaiting news of a potential sequel, though it should be noted that this does not guarantee one.


Andre is one of the more lecherous boys around, yet he still strives to be a good person. He cares deeply for his friends, especially Jouji Nezu.

He displays a great deal of empathy towards his fellow first year students, always placing them before himself. When they experience difficulties, he does his best to assist them; in the beginning of the series, he even helped Jouji with his schoolwork.

Masochistic behavior becomes increasingly evident throughout the series. He even agreed to undergo Meiko’s physical abuse, yet when she stopped, he became despondent and more animalistic than a man should be.

By Atif Mehar

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