Mashle’s The Divine Visionary Candidate Exam Arc Gets Main Trailer

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Aniplex has released the main trailer for Mashle: Magic and Muscles The Divine Visionary Candidate Exam Arc, which begins on January 6.

Mashle‘s first season premiered in April and ran for 12 episodes. The anime is based on the Shueisha-published manga by Hajime Komoto, which Viz Media describes as: 

Mash just wants to live in peace with his father in the forest. But the only way he’ll ever be accepted in the magic realm is by attending magic school and becoming a Divine Visionary—an exceptional student revered as one the chosen. But without an ounce of magic to his name, Mash will have to punch his way to the top spot.

The Mashle manga was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2020 and to July of this year. It has been collected into 18 tankoubon volumes.

Crunchyroll will stream Mashle: Magic and Muscles The Divine Visionary Candidate Exam Arc.


• Director: Tomoya Tanaka (Engage Kiss)
• Series composer and script writer: Yousuke Kuroda (My Hero Academia)
• Character designer: Hisashi Higashijima (Blue Lock chief action director)
• Sub-character designer: Saki Hisamatsu (Love Live! Superstar!! Season 2 dance part animation director)
• Sub-character designer: Gotou Nozomi (Love Live! Superstar!! Season 2 dance part animation director)
• Sub-character designer: Kento Toya (Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night character designer) [new addition]
• Action director and monster designer: Takeshi Matsuda (Record of Grancrest War co-main animator)
• Action director: Ryouta Saitou [new addition]
• Music composer: Masaru Yokoyama (Urusei Yatsura
• Animation production: A-1 Pictures 


• Chiaki Kobayashi as Mash Burnedead
• Reiji Kawashima as Finn Ames
• Kaito Ishikawa as Lance Crown
• Takuya Eguchi as Dot Barrett
• Reina Ueda as Lemon Irvine

Source: Aniplex USA YouTube channel

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