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The Devil is a Part-Timer Season 2 Releases Episode 3 Preview

The Devil is a Part-Timer (Hataraku Maou-sama) Season 2 episode 3 preview is now available on the website. The episode will air on July 28 at 23:30 JST and will be available to watch on Muse Asia, Bilibili, Crunchyroll, Disney+ in select regions.

Together with six image previews, the website teases how Maou and Emi bring Alas Ramus to the amusement park. A crescent appears on Alas Ramus’ forehead and some suspicious people appear. See The Devil is a Part-Timer Season 2 preview video for episode 3 below:

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The Devil is a Part-Timer (Hataraku Maou-sama)  is a light novel by Satoshi Wagahara. It was also adapted into a manga series by Akio Hiiragi. The first season of the anime aired in 2013 and was animated by Studio White Fox. Meanwhile, the second season is now being animated by Studio 3Hz. Muse Asia describes the plot:

“In the parallel of Ente Isla, they were the Overlord and the Hero. But in modern-day Tokyo, they are hardworking employees of the modern world under new identities, Sadao Maou and Emi Yusa. Along with his two confidants at the Overlord’s Castle, and a loving high school girl, Chiho, Maou is getting used to life in Japan, while also struggling with the rough economic times. One day, a mysterious little girl appears and the Overlord’s Castle is in turmoil!

The Overlord’s Castle is tasked with raising a child, while visitors from Ente Isla keep coming in. They also have to work to support the people living in the Overlord’s Castle, which is a miserable six-mat room! And so the part-timer Overlord’s folksy fantasy unfolds once again in the second season of the anime!

Source: Official Website
© 2021 Satoshi Wagahara / KADOKAWA / MAOUSAMA Project

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