Muse India recently commenced streaming the second season of the beloved anime, “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation II,” on July 9. Additionally, they are treating fans to “Shironeko Project: Zero Chronicle,” the TV adaptation of Colopl’s popular smartphone game, with episodes airing every Thursday.
But that’s not all; the YouTube channel is buzzing with more exciting releases, including “Dark Gathering” on July 9, “My Unique Skill Makes Me OP even at Level 1” on July 8, and “The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior” on July 2.
The eagerly awaited “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation II” premiered on Tokyo MX on July 2, making its way to Crunchyroll and Netflix for streaming in India simultaneously with its Japanese release. With an impressive two-cour run, the anime will grace our screens from July to September for the first half, and then from April to June the following year for the second half, culminating in a total of 25 thrilling episodes.
At Studio Bind, Hiroki Hirano steps up as the new director, alongside the talented series script supervisor Toshiya Ono. The character designer duties are entrusted to Sanae Shimada. Meanwhile, the seasoned team of Masakazu Miyake as art director, Makiko Doi as color key artist, and other returning staff ensure top-notch quality. Not to forget the musical brilliance of Yoshiaki Fujisawa, the composer behind the captivating soundscape. The opening theme, “spiral,” is a mesmerizing creation by LONGMAN, while the ending theme, “Musubime” (Knot), beautifully resonates with the enchanting voice of Yuiko Ōhara.
The origins of “Mushoku Tensei” trace back to its serialization on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō (Let’s Become Novelists) website from 2012 to 2015 by Rifujin na Magonote. Kadokawa’s MF Books imprint later brought it to print in 2014, with the 26th volume arriving in November 2022.
Having already captivated audiences in its initial anime adaptations, the series continues to enthrall fans with its immersive storytelling and imaginative world-building.
Source | Muse India’s YouTube channel