Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Anime Green-Lit For October 3

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On Monday, the official website of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation anime revealed that the anime’s season 1 part 2 would air in Japan on Tokyo MX, KBS Kyoto, and BS11 on October 3. The website also released a key visual.

Mushoku Tensei

In the earlier announcement it was revealed that the new season was postponed from July to October, read here.

Season one of the anime premiered on January 10 consisting of 11 episodes which ended its broadcast on March 22. The anime is available on Funimation in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico, and Brazil. Asian countries can watch the show on Muse Aisa’s YouTube channel.

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. – Funimation

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The staff and cast of the anime are:

RoleStaff
DirectorManabu Okamoto
WriterManabu Okamoto
MusicYoshiaki Fujisawa
StudioStudio Bind
CharactersKazutaka Sugiyama
CharacterActor
Rudeus GreyratTomokazu Sugita
Sylphiette GreyratAi Kayano
Roxy MigurdiaKonomi Kohara
Eris Boreas GreyratAi Kakuma
Paul GreyratToshiyuki Morikawa
Zenith GreyratHisako Kanemoto
Lillia GreyratLynn
Norn GreyratSaya Aizawa
Ghislaine DedoldiaMegumi Toyoguchi
Aisha GreyratYūki Takada

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation (Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu) is a light novel series written by Rifujin na Magonote. The light novel was released as a web novel on Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in November 2012. It was announced a year later that the series would receive a print release under Media Factory’s MF Books imprint. Shirotaka is doing the illustration for the novel.

Apart from light novel and TV anime the franchise also has a manga adaption by author Yuka Fujikawa published under Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Flapper. As of June 23, 2021, the manga has been compiled into 15 tankōbon volumes.

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