Muse Asia has just unveiled exciting news on their Facebook page: the highly anticipated second season of the anime adaptation of Yuka Tachibana and Yasuyuki Syuri’s “The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent” light novel series is set to launch.
Mark your calendars for October 3 at 8:30 p.m. IST, as the premiere will grace both their YouTube channel and BookMyShow. Subsequently, every Wednesday will bring a new episode to our screens. But that’s not all; Crunchyroll is also joining the anime festivities with plans to stream the new season in India.
The anime is scheduled to make its grand debut on October 3 across several platforms, including AT-X, Tokyo MX, MBS, BS11, and the Lemino streaming service.
Returning for this enchanting journey are the anime’s main cast and the majority of its key staff members. Scott MacDonald steps in as the new art director, taking over from Tomoyasu Hosoi. Notably, Katsuhiro Kawano now holds the credit as the music producer, a role distinct from Aira Yūki, who retains her position as “music producer.”
For those unacquainted with the story, “The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent” revolves around Sei, a 20-year-old office worker unexpectedly transported to a new world. However, a ritual meant to summon a single “Saint” to dispel dark magic results in the arrival of two young women.
To Sei’s surprise, the favor seems to lean towards the other girl. Unfazed, she leaves the royal palace to establish a business crafting potions and cosmetics using her newfound magical abilities. Business thrives, and life takes an unexpected turn for the better—unless, of course, her supposed Sainthood comes back to haunt her.
This thrilling announcement follows the successful debut of the first season in April 2021, concurrently streamed by Muse Asia in India.
Tachibana initially introduced the novels on the “Shōsetsuka ni Narou” website in 2016, eventually seeing print publication by Kadokawa in February 2017 with illustrations by Yasuyuki Syuri. The manga adaptation by Fujiazuki made its debut on Comic Walker as part of Kadokawa’s “Flos Comic” website in July 2017.
Source | Muse Asia’s Facebook page