Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:
Fans of anime all across the globe have been enchanted by “Cardcaptor Sakura” for more than 20 years. The anticipation reached its height with the 2016 and 2018 manga and anime debuts of “Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card,” the latest entry in the series.
Although it was well-received by fans, the anime adaptation mysteriously disappeared after leaving us on a cliffhanger. The manga group Clamp created the series Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (which is also known as Kādokyaputā Sakura Kuria Kādo-hen, literally “Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Saga”).
This manga by Clamp continues the story of Cardcaptor Sakura and follows junior high schooler Sakura Kinomoto. The serialization of the manga started in the July 2016 problem of Kodansha’s Nakayoshi magazine and is set to conclude in December 2023. The chapters will be compiled into 16 tankōbon volumes.
The very successful Cardcaptor Sakura anime first aired in the 1990s, and now there is a sequel named Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card. An anime series about a girl who lives in a magical world is based on a manga that Clamp authored and drew. In July 2016, the manga started serializing, and it is still running.
For fans of CLAMP’s iconic magical girl series, Cardcaptor Sakura, an additional season of the anime sequel show is now in development to wrap up the plot. A sequel to the initial series from the 1990s, Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card debuted in July 2016 as a manga by the same writers.
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Season 2 Release Date:
Neither the precise date nor the timetable for the release of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card season 2 have been announced. Many doubted the season’s veracity because of the lack of excitement and information surrounding the announcement. Now that we know, the question of when it will begin broadcasting remains unanswered.
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Season 2 Trailer Release:
Currently, there is no video trailer for Season 2 of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card.
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Season 2 Storyline:
The Clear Card anime had a long break, but the manga kept going strong and will reportedly end in October 2022. Just published at the end of March was the fourteenth volume, and the last collected volume, the fifteenth, will be out in Japan in October 2023.
The release of the anime adaptation may be a little premature as the manga has not yet published its last chapters. However, considering the amount of time fans have already been kept waiting, it is logical that the animation studio would like to disseminate the news quickly.
Many will be pleased to hear that the Clear Card anime will be getting a sequel series to give Cardcaptor Sakura the fitting ending it deserves. When the fresh Cardcaptor Sakura series launches, fans will finally be able to find out what happens to the legendary Sakura and Syaoran.
With the assistance of her companions Syaoran Li, Kero, Tomoyo Daidoji, and Meiling Li, Sakura Kinomoto—the Cardcaptor of the Clow Cards—is able to seal the Arrow Card.
Sakura has a bizarre dream that night in which two pieces of fabric drag her into the sea. While on spring break from school, Sakura and Tomoyo stop into the “Twin Bells” store, where Sakura enters a drawing for a Hong Kong trip.
The winning ball for the trip flies into Sakura’s palm as she goes for one of the lottery balls. Along with Sakura’s friends Tomoyo and Kero, she travels with her older brother Tokyo and Yukito Tsukishiro, on whom Sakura has a secret crush.
While exploring the city with her friends, Sakura has a recurring dream about two evil birds and an enigmatic lady in floating garments. While exploring the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden (also called “Bird Street”), Sakura observes two birds and decides to follow them across the city. They lead her to an ancient water well, where the garments appear and enchant her.
In the midst of Sakura’s descent into the well, Syaoran materializes, frightening the birds away. Accompanied by Meiling and the others, Sakura is led to the Li family home, where she meets the four eccentric elder sisters of Syaoran, as well as his mother, Yelan, a formidable sorcerer who perceives an imminent threat to Sakura.
As Sakura spends the night there, the dream resurfaces, this time with the lady attacking her. Yelan leads Sakura outside and tells her that the lady is a strong witch who is intentionally trying to get in touch with her. The next day, Sakura & the rest of the gang are joined by Syaoran & Meiling just in case anything occurs while they’re in Hong Kong.
Once again, Sakura sees the birds and sends Kero after them. They track them up to a vintage bookshop, where they discover a photo of the lady inside.
Again under the influence of her hypnosis, Sakura opens the book in front of her companions, causing the store to flood and sending them to the dimensions where the lady lives. It turns out that the birds are her clothing.
Because she thinks Sakura has called upon Clowed, the magician responsible for creating the Clow Cards, the woman actually a sorceress named Madoushi—attacks her in a fit of wrath. With the exception of Syaoran, all of Sakura’s pals are captured by Madoushi, who then demands the presence of Clow in return for their liberation.
Sakura is unable to save Tomoyo because Madoushi kidnaps Syaoran as he attempts to divert her attention. After Kero and Tomoyo help Sakura escape, they return to the antique shop, only to discover that the book is missing.
Kero reveals his familiarity with Madoushi and tells the story of how Clow unwittingly drove her out of business as a fortune teller since his predictions were more accurate that hers.
Although she is probably oblivious to the fact that she is a ghost, Madoushi’s anger tethered her to another realm as she relentlessly challenged him to fights. After seeing the well on the cover of the book, Sakura deduces that it serves as an additional entry to Madoushi’s jail.
Where To Watch Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Season 2?
Listen to the second part of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card on Prime Video.