Mashle: Magic and Muscles Season 2 Gets a Release Window

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Mashle: Magic and Muscles Season 2 Gets a Release Window

Mashle: Magic and Muscles has officially announced an air date of January 2024 for its second season, which isn’t all that far off considering Season 1 just ended this past weekend.

Announced alongside a short teaser trailer, the new season will follow the Shinkakusha Kōho Senbatsu Shiken-Hen arc (Divine Visionary Selection Exam arc). This is the fourth arc of the manga that picks up at Chapter 44. It’s unclear how many episodes Season 2 will consist of at the moment, but it’ll likely be a similar 12-episode season. You can see the first trailer below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Mashle, it’s a tongue-in-cheek comedy that’s basically a fusion of One Punch Man and Harry Potter. Here’s the official description via Crunchyroll.

“This is a world of magic. This is a world in which magic is casually used by everyone. In a deep, dark forest in this world of magic, there is a boy who is singlemindedly working out. His name is Mash Burnedead, and he has a secret. He can’t use magic.

All he wanted was to live a quiet life with his family, but people suddenly start trying to kill him one day, and he somehow finds himself enrolled in Magic School. There, he sets his sights on becoming a “Divine Visionary,” the elite of the elite. Will his ripped muscles work against the best and brightest of the wizarding world?”

Mashle: Magic And Muscles Season 2 Gets A Release Window

Mashle: Magic and Muscles first premiered in Japan on April 7, with Crunchyroll streaming a simulcast and also airing the English dub as it premieres. The series is directed by Tomonari Tanaka (Engage Kiss) whiel Yousuke Kuroda (My Hero Academia) is writing scripts.

The Mashle manga first debuted in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump on January 27, 2020. There have been sixteen compiled volumes to date, and the series’ final chapter is set to hit Weekly Jump on July 2. The anime has been listed as a “complete” adaptation of the manga.

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