Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannō Desu will have a second season

Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannō Desu will have a second season

Via the official anime website Seijo no Maryoku wa Banno Desu (The magic power of the saint is omnipotent), series based on the light novels with the same title by Yuka Tachibana and illustrations by yasuyuki syuriI know revealed on Thursday, March 10, which I project will have a second season. Shota Ihata redirects the anime for the studio diomedeaand wataru watari he returns to oversee the scripts for the series.

The television series began its broadcast on April 6, 2021 and ended the June 22nd of the same year. It aired on Japanese networks AT-X, Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS11, later being streamed on Hikari TV and dTV Channel. Funimation obtained the rights for streaming this anime outside of Japan. Yuka Tachibana began writing the Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu light novel series in 2016 through the light novel self-publishing portal. Syosetu. Later, the Japanese publisher Kadokawa began publishing the work on paper through his Kadokawa Books imprint with illustrations by yasuyuki syuri and so far it has 7 volumes in the Japanese market.

The novels also feature a manga adaptation drawn by fujiazuki. This version began to be published in Comic Walker as part of the magazine Flos Comic of Kadokawa, counting to date with 5 volumes. Sei, a 20-year-old office worker, is summoned to a different world after finishing some overtime. But the person who had summoned her looked at her face and said: “This is not the Saint.” Instead, the other summoned lady is praised as the Saint, while Sei is ignored. Offended at being discarded without a second thought, Sei leaves the royal palace and seeks an occupation, starting to work in a laboratory where potions and cosmetics are made. She uses her magic to grant people’s requests and slowly people begin to suspect that she is the real Saint… Can Sei enjoy a life in a different world, without her Saint title being discovered? Source: ANN

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