The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 Gets New Visual

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 A new key visual for the currently airing The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 has been released.

The anime originally started airing in January before receiving a postponement, attributed to the spread of COVID-19,  in February. The Japanese broadcast restarted on July 8 (effectively July 9 at 1:30 AM JST). Crunchyroll and Bilibili are streaming the show, which has a split-cour format.

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The Misfit of Demon King Academy is based on the Kadokawa-published light novels written by Shuu with illustrations from Yoshinori Shizuma that began in 2018. The light novel series, which has 17 books (including volumes that have two separately published parts) as of May 2023, is published under the Dengeki Bunko label.

J-Novel Club describes the light novels as:

Tired of ceaseless war destroying humans, spirits, and demons alike, the Demon King of Tyranny, Anos Voldigoad, reincarnates to restore peace. Two thousand years have passed…but who could have known that his descendants’ complacency would cause magic to regress so much? After receiving an invitation to the illustrious Demon King Academy, a school tasked with locating the reincarnated founding ancestor, Anos resolves to enroll, only to discover that his magic is off the charts—literally! With power too great to be measured, the former Demon King is branded a misfit. How will he convince demonkind that the school’s founder stands before them? Thus begins a misfit’s climb to the top of the demon hierarchy!

The staff of the anime includes Shin Oonuma (Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA ILLYA Licht Nameless GirlDeep Insanity: The Lost Child) as chief director, Masafumi Tamura (The World’s Finest Assassin Gets Reincarnated in a Different World as an Aristocrat) as director, Kazuyuki Yamayoshi (Deep Insanity: The Lost Child) as character designer, Jin Tanaka (Laid-Back Camp Season 2) as series composer, and Keiji Inai (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Season 4) as music composer. SILVER LINK is the animation production company. 

The main cast includes Yuuichirou Umehara as Anos Voldigoad (replacing Season 1’s Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Tomori Kusunoki as Misha Necron, and Yuko Natsuyoshi as Sasha Necron.

The first season of the anime aired in 2020 and ran for 13 episodes. The light novels were preceded by a web novel that debuted on Shousetsuka ni Narou in 2017. 


Source: @maohgakuin

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