It was revealed during the Aniplex Online Fest 2022 live-stream on Sep 24, 2022, that Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai is officially getting a sequel, although the format for the sequel is yet to be revealed.
The sequel will adapt Rascal Does Not Dream of a Sister Venturing Out and Rascal Does Not Dream of a Knapsack Kid from the light novel.
A teaser PV was also revealed to commemorate the announcement.
A 13-episode anime television series adaptation, titled Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, aired from Oct 4 to Dec 27, 2018. The series was animated by CloverWorks and directed by Sōichi Masui, with Kazuya Iwata as assistant director, Masahiro Yokotani handling series composition, and Satomi Tamura designing the characters.
The anime series adapted the series’ first through fifth volumes.
An anime film adaptation, titled Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl (Seishun Buta Yarō wa Yumemiru Shōjo no Yume o Minai), premiered on June 15, 2019. The film adapts the series’ sixth and seventh volumes. The staff and cast reprised their roles from the anime.
Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, known in Japan as Seishun Buta Yaro, is a Japanese light novel series written by Hajime Kamoshida and illustrated by Kēji Mizoguchi. ASCII Media Works have published eleven volumes since April 2014 under their Dengeki Bunko imprint.
A manga adaptation with art by Tsugumi Nanamiya has been serialized in ASCII Media Works’ seinen manga magazine Dengeki G’s Comic since December 2015.
The plot is described as:
Sakuta Azusagawa’s life takes a turn for the unexpected when he meets teenage actress Mai Sakurajima, dressed as a bunny girl, wandering through a library and not being noticed by anyone else there. Mai is intrigued that Sakuta is the only one who can see her, as other people are unable to see her, even when she is dressing normally or attempting to stay away from celebrity life. Calling this phenomenon “Adolescence Syndrome”, Sakuta decides to solve this mystery, while continuing to get closer to Mai and meeting other girls who suffer from “Adolescence Syndrome” as well.