The official announcement of the release of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Cour 2 TV anime was revealed in May after it got delayed for the July broadcast due to “various reasons”.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming anime!
Funimation streamed the first part of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation and describes it as such:
The story follows a 34-year-old man who is killed after trying to save someone from getting hit by a car. He soon finds himself reincarnated in a magical world as Rudeus Greyrat, except that he gets his whole life reset, starting as a baby. With all of his knowledge from his previous life, and a new heaping helping of magical ability, Rudeus quickly becomes a formidable warrior ready for adventure. Oh, and he’s still a total pervert.
A 2nd teaser trailer was streamed by the franchise on September 19, 2021, featuring the theme song titled “Song of Inheritance” by Yuiko Ohara.
A new promotional video was released on 31st August, for the continuation of the first cour to come in the minute-long clip below.
Earlier this month, the Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation anime—based on the light novels by Rifujin na Magonote—announced its return for October 3.
Cast & Crew:
Studio Bind is animating cour 2 of Mushoku Tensei Season 1. Director Manabu Okamoto will be returning in the 2nd cour as well.
EGG FIRM is also credited for production. Kazutaka Sugiyama (animation director for DARLING in the FRANXX) is designing the characters. Yuiko Ōhara produced, wrote, scored, and sang both the opening theme song and the ending theme song for the first half of the series.
- Yumi Uchimiya (Japanese) as Rudeus Greyrat.
- Konomi Kohara (Japanese) as Roxy.
- Ai Kakuma (Japanese) as Eris.
- Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese) as Ruijerd.
About Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation :
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation is a Japanese light novel series by Rifujin na Magonote about a jobless and hopeless man who reincarnates in a fantasy world while keeping his memories, determined to live his new life without regrets. Originally published on the internet web novel website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in November 2012, a year later, it was announced the series would receive a print release under Media Factory’s MF Books imprint with illustrations done by a Pixiv user called Shirotaka.
A manga adaptation by Yuka Fujikawa began serialization in the June 2014 issue of Monthly Comic Flapper. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the tankōbon volumes of the manga for localization in North America. The company also has licensed the original light novels. On Syosetu’s rankings, the web novel has made cumulative appearances as the most popular work on the website. An anime television series adaptation by Studio Bind premiered in January 2021.
This post will be updated as to when new information about the anime comes out. Stay tuned!