The Devil is a Part-Timer!! anime‘s official website released a brand new trailer for the anime’s second season on Sunday.
The anime’s site also revealed a new cast member for the second season, release date, main staff and a brand new key visual.
Hina Kino will play Alas Ramus.
The anime’s main staff includes:
- Animation Studio: 3Hz
- Director: Daisuke Tsukushi
- Masahiro Yokotani, Ryosuke Nakanishi, Akemi Tejima, Jin Aketagawa, and Lantis as the series script supervisor, musical composer, color key artist, and music production company
- Yūdai Iino and Yoshihiro Takeda to replace Atsushi Ikariya, who both had roles in the anime’s first season.
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Additional staff members include:
- Design Works: Ryou Akizuki
- Graphic Art: Hirofumi Araki
- Art Director: Manabu Otsuzuki (Kusanagi)
- Art Setting: Hideyasu Narita (Kusanagi)
- Compositing Director of Photography: Ryō Iijima (Asahi Production)
- 3D Director: Kōhei Ogawa (Marco)
- Editing: Hidemitsu Doi
- Special Effects: Kei Ishibashi (Asahi Production)
- Produce: Infinite
The returning cast members include:
- Ryota Ohsaka as Sadao Maō/Demon King Satan
- Yōko Hikasa as Emi Yusa/Heroine Emilia
- Nao Tōyama as Chiho Sasaki
- Yūki Ono as Shirō Ashiya/Demon General Alciel
- Hiro Shimono as Hanzō Urushihara/Demon General Lucifer
- Kanae Itō as Suzuno Kamazuki
The anime’s first season debuted from April 4, 2013 to June 27, 2013.
The Devil Is a Part-Timer! is a Japanese light novel series composed by Satoshi Wagahara, with representations by Oniku. ASCII Media Works has distributed the series in Japan, while Yen Press has distributed the series in North America.
The story is about Satan looking to vanquish the universe of Ente Isla, however when faced by the Hero Emilia, he is compelled to withdraw through an entryway that transports him to cutting edge Tokyo, Japan. To get by and figure out how to get back to Ente Isla, Satan takes on the name Sadao Maou and gains low maintenance work at a drive-through eatery called Mgronald’s, a spoof of Mcdonald’s. There have been two manga variations distributed by ASCII Media Works in Dengeki Daioh and Dengeki Maoh.