According to a leak in Weibo, the anime adaptation of a light novel written by Daisuke Aizawa and illustrated by Touzai, The Eminence In Shadow might get a second season in October 2023 in Japan.
Though the information is not confirmed and thus can’t be trusted completely there is an event scheduled for 22 February in Japan.
The novel got its first season on 5 October 2022 and aired for 20 episodes, closing on 15 February 2023. The anime was made by Nexus Studio.
Aizawa and Touzai began publishing the light novels through the publisher Kadokawa in November 2018, with a manga adaptation by the hands of Anri Sakano, published in the magazine Monthly Comp Ace in December 2018.
MAL Synopsis Of The Anime:
For as long as he can remember, Minoru Kagenou has been fixated on becoming as strong as possible, which has led him to undertake all kinds of rigorous training.
This wish, however, does not stem from a desire to be recognized by others; rather, Minoru does everything he can to blend in with the crowd.
So, while pretending to be a completely average student during the day, he arms himself with a crowbar and ruthlessly thrashes local biker gangs at night.
Yet when Minoru finds himself in a truck accident, his ambitions seemingly come to a sudden end.
In his final moments, he laments his powerlessness—no matter how much he trained, there was nothing he could do to overcome his human limitations.
But instead of dying, Minoru reawakens as Cid, the second child of the noble Kagenou family, in another world—one where magic is commonplace.
With the power he so desired finally within his grasp, he dons the moniker “Shadow” and establishes Shadow Garden: a group whose sole purpose is to combat the enigmatic Cult of Diablos, an organisation born from Cid’s imagination.
However, as Shadow Garden grows in both membership and influence, it becomes increasingly apparent that the Cult of Diablos is not as fictional as Cid had intended.