Mashle: Magic and Muscles Season 2 Coming in January

Season 1 of Mashle: Magic and Muscles concluded after 12 episodes. A new season was revealed just when we thought our favorite cream-puff head’s shenanigans were done for a while.

This immediately piqued the interest of viewers who enjoyed seeing Mash Burnedead, a man with zero magical abilities, handle situations at his magic school. Mash, on the other hand, used his superhuman power in the most endearingly unexpected manner.

Here’s everything we know about the sequel so far, including the announcement and trailer.

Season 2 of Mashle: Magic and Muscles was revealed to premiere in January 2019 on the show’s final episode. The upcoming season will focus on the Shinkakusha Kho Senbatsu Shiken-Hen (Arc of the Divine Vision Examination).

The new trailer for Season 2 of Mashle looks great. Exciting fights and a slew of fresh faces await us. A new antagonist may also be revealed, judging by the trailer. How Mash handles the situation should be entertaining.

The anime will be directed by Tomonari Tanaka at A-1 Pictures, with Yousuke Kuroda (My Hero Academia) in charge of the narrative. Hisashi is in charge of character design. Masaru Yokoyama, on the other hand, is the anime’s composer.

One of Mash’s buddies will emerge victorious from the upcoming season’s Divine Visionary Selection Exam. Mash’s future depends on whether or not he is successful in becoming a Divine Visionary. This is the main point of the second season.

I think the storyline surrounding the Divine Visionary Selection Exam will be fascinating. Watching Mashle bull his way through villains will be entertaining and engaging. It’s worth keeping an eye on, so add it to your radar.



Hajime Kōmoto writes and illustrates the Japanese manga series Mashle: Magic and Muscles. It began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in January 2020, and as of April 2021, its six tankbon volumes had been released, collecting the individual chapters.

In a world where magic exists, a young man named Mash Burnedead was born without any of it. To earn the respect of his adoptive grandfather, he must earn the title of Divine Visionary, bestowed upon only the most outstanding graduates of Easton Magic Academy.

Mash enrolls in a school for magicians despite not having any magical abilities, forcing him to rely on his brute strength alone.