Irregular At Magic High School anime Season 2 teaser is out. The anime’s official website launched the teaser on Wednesday. The new teaser also reveals the anime’s new ending song and many more details. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming anime!
Watch the teaser below!
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Irregular At Magic High School Season 2: Teaser Out!
The latest teaser video reveals Miki Satō’s ending theme song “Na mo Nai Hana” (The Nameless Flower). This theme song marks her debut on the label.
The anime’s new season is all set to land on October 4 at 24:30 (effectively, October 5 at 12:30 a.m.). The Abema and the Anime Store services will air the new season. Various TV channels will also show the upcoming season.
Tokyo MX and BS11 will air the anime on TV. Additionally, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, MBS, TV Aichi, AT-X, and other channels will show the season. Funimation will also feature the anime’s second season on its platform from October 3.
The season was earlier scheduled to premiere in July. However, it was postponed to October amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Tsutomu Satou’s original light novel series also has the same arc name and the anime is adapted from it.
Cast and Crew
Yūichi Nakamura will reprise her role as Tatsuya Shiba. Saori Hayami and Yōko Hikasa will also be seen as Miyuki Shiba and Angelina Kudō Shields, respectively.
Risako Yoshida is the series director and he is directing it at 8-Bit. Additionally, Kana Ishida is the series’ original character designer. Taku Iwasaki will also continue his role as the series’ music composer.
Singer ASCA has made the second season’s opening theme song “Howling” (heard in the video above).
Yen Press has launched the original novel series. They have also launched Yu Mori’s The Honor Student at Magic High School spinoff manga. The original novel series inspired many mangas written by various authors.
The overall manga franchise and book have sold 15 million copies in print. Additionally, the original novel has done 10 million copies in print.
A 26-episode television anime was made based on the novel series. The anime premiered in April 2014. Manabu Ono directed the anime at Madhouse. Aniplex of America released the anime on home video in 2015 after licensing it. The novel also inspired an anime movie titled ‘The Movie: The Girl Who Summons the Stars’.
Funimation started airing the anime’s first season in April and streamed the film for two weeks starting on May 1.
We will bring more details very soon. Until then, stay tuned and keep reading for all the latest updates!