No Guns Life is a Japanese manga series by Tasuku Karasuma. It is a popular manga that recently got an anime adaptation to itself. The first season of the anime aired in October 2019 and ran till Dec 2019. Season 1 was a split-cour anime, with 12 episodes in the first season.
When it first premiered, ‘No Guns Life’ attracted everyone with its cyberpunk style and dystopian premise. However, with what followed, the anime was a bit of a let down because of incohesive plot points. Even so, the anime made up for all of its flaws in season 2 by adopting a more linear premise that did justice to its intriguing sci-fi action drama.
The anime was loved for its character designs and detailed backgrounds. The characters started getting more interesting along with the storyline. And, by the end of Season 2, the anime successfully managed to acquire a loyal fanbase of its own. But, now everyone is wondering about the next season. So, without wasting any time, let’s talk about No Guns Life Season 3.
No Guns Life: Season 3
Madhouse Studio has made no official announcements yet. Both the Season of the anime have received average ratings so far. So, if considered the ratings, we have possibilities of getting a 3rd Season. Note that it’s just a possibility and no promises have been made. And, as usual, if there is any news related to the third season, you’ll be the first one to know 😉
Where can I Watch No Guns Life?
You can watch both the season of No Guns Life on Amazon Prime, Funimation, and Hulu. The series is available with its original Japanese audio and English Subtitles. Also, the sites have provided the English Dub for the series.
In the near future, many humans have become cyborgs called “Extended“. However, with a great war had recently ended, many Extended, who are former soldiers, begin to resort to crime to survive. Juzo Inui is a “Resolver“, an Extended mercenary who specializes in solving problems caused by other Extended. However, Juzo’s life is turned upside down when a renegade Extended breaks into his office, pleading for him to protect a young boy named Tetsurō Arahabaki.