The second season of Rifujin na Magonote’s Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, the acclaimed anime adaptation of Rifujin na Magonote’s Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, is now in the works.
Season 2 of the anime is already in development. The news was verified at a special preview screening of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation’s upcoming OVA, which will focus on noble princess Eris Broeas Greyrat. At a later period, more information regarding the next season, including the start date and cast, will be released.
Rifujin na Magonote’s Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation isekai light novel series ran from November 2012 to April 2015, resulting in 25 volumes of content. A jobless, homeless man gives his life to save a bunch of adolescents from a speeding truck in the story.
After his death, he reincarnates in a sword and sorcery fantasy realm, where he attempts to make the most of his second chance at life. Over 10 million copies of the light novels had been sold globally as of February 2022.
The first season of Studio Bind’s anime adaptation was split into two parts when it was released, with the first 11 episodes showing between January 11 and March 22, 2021, and the second half concluding in December 2021.
Manabu Okamoto directed it, with Kazutaka Sugiyama designing the characters, Makiko Doi handling color design, and Shinji Tonsho serving as director of photography, as per the CBR news.
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation’s first season is currently available to watch on Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu.
An unemployed 34-year-old shut-in thinks he’s struck rock bottom after being kicked out by his family and wandering the streets—until he’s hit and murdered by a speeding truck! Rudeus Greyrat awakens to find himself resurrected as a child in a world of swords and sorcery, but with his memories of his previous life intact, resolved not to repeat his mistakes. He’s going to make the most of his reincarnation by embarking on an adventure of a lifetime!
Mushoku Tensei’s season 1 finale concluded by adapting up until volume 6 of the original light novel series, which is volume 10 in the ongoing manga adaptation.
At the time of writing, 25 volumes of the light novel and 16 volumes of the manga have been published in Japan, indicating that there is still enough source material to adapt for television, as reported by the HITC page.
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