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Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation II Shows Off Upcoming Arc in Trailer, Visual

The Teleportation Labyrinth arc (a.k.a. Tenii Meikyū-hen) of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation II (with the II signaling it’s the second season) will be here on May 26. Ahead of this, both a trailer and a visual have dropped to give fans a teaser on what to expect.

Here is the trailer.

Here is the visual.

The season started up again in April, and this is the second part of the season’s two cours. There will be 25 episodes altogether, and Crunchyroll is offering a simultaneous streaming release. Hulu is also offering the show on its streaming service.

This cours is being directed by Ryosuke Shibuya, after both Manabu Okamoto and Hiroki Hirano have taken time in the director’s seat. The script supervisor is Toshiya Ono, whose credits include The Promised Neverland and Land of the Lustrous. In the first season, script supervision had been the job of Manabu Okamoto.

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation started out as a light novel series by Rifujin na Magonote, and there is also a manga version by Yuka Fujikawa. In addition to this, there’s a spinoff manga titled Mushoku Tensei: Roxy Gets Serious (a.k.a. Mushoku Tensei: Roxy Datte Honki desu in Japanese) from Shōko Iwami. All of the above are being released in America by Seven Seas Entertainment.

Seven Seas Entertainment gave this description for the original novels:

Kicked out by his family and wandering the streets, an unemployed 34-year-old shut-in thinks he’s hit rock-bottom—just as he’s hit and killed by a speeding truck! Awakening to find himself reborn as an infant in a world of swords and sorcery, but with the memories of his first life intact, Rudeus Greyrat is determined not to repeat his past mistakes. He’s going to make the most of this reincarnation as he sets off on the adventure of a second lifetime!

Source: ANN


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