The second season of The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent has received a trailer, an October 3 Japanese premiere date, a theme song, and more cast information.
The newly announced cast includes Ryouta Oosaka as Oscar Dunckel, Chiaki Kobayashi as Ten’yuu, and Shinichirou Miki as Seiran. All three characters and the anime’s opening song “Semisweet Afternoon” by Aira Yuuki are previewed in the trailer.
Meanwhile, the returning cast includes Yui Ishikawa as Sei Takanatsu, Takahiro Sakurai as Albert Hawke, Takuya Eguchi as Johan Valdec, Yuusuke Kobayashi as Yuri Drewes, Taku Yashiro as Jude, and Kana Ichinose as Aila Misono.
The ending song is “Lilac Melody” by Aina Suzuki.
The returning staff from the 2021 first season includes:
- Shouta Ihata as director
- Wataru Watari as series composer
- Masakazu Ishikawa (Aho Girl) as character designer
- Tsutomu Miyazawa as creature designer
- Yuki Hayashi as color designer, Yasuyuki Itou as photography director
- Kuroda Kenichi as music composer
- Scott MacDonald (Love All Play) is the art director this time for Season 2.
Diomada is returning as the animation production company.
The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent Season 2 is based on Yuka Tachibana’s light novel series, which was published by KADOKAWA and illustrated by Yasuyuki Syuri. The premise of the light novels is described as follows by Seven Seas Entertainment:
Sei, a 20-year-old office worker, is whisked away to a whole new world. Unfortunately for Sei, the ritual that summoned her–meant to produce a “Saint” who would banish the dark magic–brought two people over instead of one. And everyone prefers the second girl over Sei?! But this is just fine by Sei, who leaves the royal palace to set up shop making potions and cosmetics with her newfound magic. Business is booming, and this might not be such a bad life, after all…as long as her supposed Sainthood doesn’t come back to haunt her.
The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent light novel series debuted in 2017, followed by a manga adaptation and spin-off in 2017 and 2020, respectively. As of March 2023, there are nine volumes of light novels published under the Kadokawa Books label. In 2016, the story began as a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou.
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