It is a Japanese light book series illustrated by Nardack by Takeru Uchida, known as the Isekai Cheat Magician, or “Fantasy World Cheat Magician.” On the Shsetsuka ni Nar website in 2012, the serial began as an online book.
A total of fifteen volumes have been printed as of October 2021, after it was purchased by Shufuntomo in 2013. Until far, eleven tankbon volumes of Karin Suzuragi’s manga adaptation have been published in Kadokawa Shoten’s Monthly Shnen Ace magazine.
An anime TV series was aired from July to September 2019 based on the manga. In October of this year, Crunchyroll began streaming the referred to version.
There had been no mention of this anime beyond 2019, but today we can see and hear about this anime’s upcoming debates.
Because so many people are curious about the upcoming second season of Cheat Magician, we thought we’d fill you in on all you need to know about it right now.
Isekai Season 2 of Isekai Cheat Magician is scheduled to be released on February 14, 2018.
There had been a gap of a few years between the release of the second season of Isekai Cheat Magician and the announcement that the programme had been revived. Second instalment is a surprise from the producers to the Magician fanatics
On July 4, a special marathon of the entire series aired in Japan, and those who couldn’t make it could still watch the episode online later that day.
It is believed that Crunchyroll would stream the next two episodes of season two the same day as Japan for overseas audiences on Sundays.
Who Are Going To Be In The Isekai Cheat Magician?
- Anastasia voiced by Cassandra Lee Morris
- Laura Stahl voices Dual Magician Muller
- Lemia voiced by Tara Sands
- Rin Azuma voiced by Lizzie Freeman
- Taichi Nishimura by Griffin Puata
- Gilmar Voiced by Hiroshi Yanaka
- Charlotte Voiced by Rie Suegara
- Arcena Norman Voiced by Saori Ōnishi
- Smyera Voiced by Marina Inoue
- Gerard Bogard Voiced by Ayaka Nanase
- Balda, Raquelta , and Mejila Voiced by Takanori Kino (Balda)
- Marie Voiced by Yuna Kamakura
- Almeda Voiced by Chikago Sugimura
What About The Isekai Magican Is?
Taichi Nishimura and Rin Azuma are the protagonists of the narrative. Both of them are high school students who are just mediocre. Because they’ve known each other since childhood, they’ve been dubbed the childhood pals.
Taichi and Rin were heading to school one day when a magical circle opened beneath their feet, allowing them to travel to Altia, a planet with a similar climate and culture to their own.
A horrible creature attacks them as they try to grasp their current predicament. However, a group of heroes comes to their aid. They discover during their training that they have a wide range of magical and physical powers.
Their road to becoming the most powerful “cheat magicians” begins as a result of this. A mysterious lady who wants to utilise Taichi’s might to influence the future of this planet has willed him into Altia, and the anime ends here.
However, there are two volumes in the Isekai, therefore there is enough material for three or more seasons.
Where Can We See The Isekai Cheat Magician Anime?
Isekai Cheat Magician is available to view on Crunchyroll, one of the most popular anime streaming websites.
International fans may see new episodes as soon as they appear on Japanese television the same day they air in Japan. After the final episode of season one was shown, the season one dub was not published until many weeks later.
That said, if you haven’t seen this anime yet, you can easily get the episode via crunchyroll… It’s time for us to wrap up this topic.
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