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A key visual for The Devil is a Part-Timer! Season 2 released in March 2021. Pic credit: Kadokawa

The second season will feature a returning Japanese voice cast:

Ryota Ohsaka as Sadao Maou/Demon King SatanHikasa as Emi Yusa/Heroine EmiliaNao Touyama as Chiho SasakiYuki Ono as Shirou Ashiya/Demon General AlcielHiro Shimono as Hanzou Urushihara/Demon General LuciferKanae Itou as Suzuno Kamazuki

The studio và staff for The Devil is a Part-Timer Season 2 hasn’t been announced yet. For the first season, the anime was produced by animation studio trắng Fox, which is known for recent popular anime lượt thích Re:ZERO,Cautious Hero,Goblin Slayer, andArifureta (partially).

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The Devil is a Part-Timer! Season 2 OP (opening) & ED (ending) theme song music has not yet been announced.


For the first season, The Devil is a Part-Timer! OP was “ZERO!!” by Minami Kuribayashi. There was multiple ED performed by nano.RIPE, including “Gekka”, “Star Chart”, and “Tsumabiku Hitori”.

The anime’s first season originally aired way back in Spring 2013. The finale was The Devil is a Part-Timer! Episode 13.

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The original creator teamed up with artist Akio Hiiragi for creating The Devil is a Part-Timer! manga adaptation. Already up lớn Volume 18 as of June 25, 2021, the manga series will probably take several years before it catches up with the book series ending.

There are also multiple manga spin-offs, including one focused on high school và food. It’s not recommended to read those spin-offs before the light novels because they introduce characters that don’t appear until much later in the book series.

Yen Press is publishing the official The Devil is a Part-Timer! English translation in North America. The English Volume 19 is coming out on May 18, 2021, Volume trăng tròn on August 17, 2021, and Volume 21 is likely lớn be scheduled for December 2021.

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Patrick Frye is Monsters và Critics" Anime Editor. He considers himself a "Woke-taku", which means having an awareness of the many issues surrounding anime. As such, he enjoys covering all the...read more