The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent Season 2 release date will be in 2023.
This vague announcement took place on September 16, 2022, with the exact premiere date to follow up sometime in the future.
The revelation was accompanied by a brand new trailer PV and a visual, both of which you can see further below.
The initial announcement that Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou Desu Season 2 was greenlit for production was revealed by the anime series’ official website in March 2022.
Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou Desu Season 2: What we know so far
The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent Season 2 is being produced by Diomedéa — just like Season 1 — and handled by the returning staff, as follows:
- Shōta Ibata — director
- Yuki Hayashi — color designer
- Masakazu Ishikawa — character designer
- Tsutomu Miyazawa — creature designer
- Wataru Watari — series composer
- Yasuyuki Itō — photography director
- Kuroda Kenichi — music composer
The leading cast members will also be reprising their roles:
- Yui Ishikawa — Sei Takanatsu
- Takuya Eguchi — Johan Valdec
- Takahiro Sakurai — Albert Hawke
- Taku Yashiro — Jude
- Yūsuke Kobayashi — Yuri Drewes
- Kana Ichinose — Aila Misono
Here is the visual for the upcoming Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou Desu Season 2 that was revealed on September 16:
In Japan, The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent Season 1 ran from April to June 22, 2021. Initially, the series was licensed by Funimation but was acquired by Crunchyroll shortly thereafter. Funimation did stream an English dub, starting on July 13, 2021.
For the first season, The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent OP “Blessing” was performed by Aira Yūki and the ED song “Page for Tomorrow” — by NOW ON AIR.
About The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent light novel series
Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent (聖女の魔力は万能です, Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou Desu) TV anime is based on the eponymous light novel series written by Yuka Tachibana and illustrated by Yasuyuki Syuri.
The light novels were originally serialized via the Shōsetsuka ni Narō publishing website (2016) and were later acquired by Fujimi Shobo (2017). Since 2017, the novels have been published under the Kadokawa Books imprint. There are eight volumes so far.
The light novel series has inspired a manga adaptation illustrated by Fujiazuki, which has been serialized via Kadokawa Shoten’s Comic Walker website since 2017. The individual chapters have been collected into seven tankōbon volumes to date.