Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Confirmed


A second season of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation has been announced. More details, including the show’s release window, will be revealed at a later date.

Mushoku Tensei‘s first season ran from 2020 to 2021. The first cour was released during the Winter 2020 season, while the second cour was released during the Fall 2021 season.

The anime is based on the Kadokawa-published isekai light novel series written by Rifujin na Magonote with illustrations from Shirotaka. The light novels are published under the MF Books label. The story began in 2012 as a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou.

Crunchyroll describes Mushoku Tensei as:

When a 34-year-old underachiever gets run over by a bus, his story doesn’t end there. Reincarnated in a new world as an infant, Rudy will seize every opportunity to live the life he’s always wanted. Armed with new friends, some freshly acquired magical abilities, and the courage to do the things he’s always dreamed of, he’s embarking on an epic adventure—with all of his past experience intact!

The first season’s main staff includes Manabu Okamoto (Gamers! director) as director and series composer, Hiroki Hirano (Sword Art OnlineAlicization and Symphogear XV episode director and storyboarder) as assistant director, and Kazutaka Sugiyama (Chainsaw Man character designer, Her Blue Sky co-animation director) as character designer. The second cour saw animation director Mizuki Takahashi (Life Lessons with Uramichi Oniisan co-character designer) joining Sugiyama as character designer. Studio Bind is the animation production company.

Meanwhile, Mushoku Tensei‘s cast includes Yumi Uchiyama as Rudeus Greyrat, Tomokazu Sugita as Rudeus’s former self, Konomi Kohara as Roxy Migurdia, Ai Kakuma as Eris Boreas Greyrat, Daisuke Namikawa as Ruijerd, Yuka Iguchi as Kishirika, Kenjiro Tsuda as Orsted, and Kujira as Hitogami.

Source: @mushokutensei_A

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, so he spent a few years, starting from his college days, doing so. He still likes video games, but now focuses on writing anime-related news content and the occasional review for Anime Trending. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive.
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