TV Anime ‘I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level’ Confirms a Second Season

It has been confirmed that Kisetsu Morita’s TV anime I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level will be getting a second season. The isekai series has a light novel, manga, and anime adaptation.

The first season of the TV anime aired last year in April. The 12 episodes have also been dubbed and can be streamed in Crunchyroll. The news for the second season was announced on the anime’s official website. A commemorative visual was also published on the website. 

You can see the visual below: 

The commemorative visual features the protagonist Azusa Aizawa wearing a cute witch outfit. In the series, Aizawa is an ordinary Japanese office worker whose life completely changes when she’s reincarnated as an immortal witch. Aizawa holds up a ‘peace sign’ telling fans that a ‘second’ season is green-lit. 

In addition to the exciting news, the Official Twitter account of the TV anime is holding a follow and retweet campaign until January 10. Three lucky winners will receive autographs signed by Kaede Hondo (Laika’s voice actress) and Sayaka Senbogi (Falfa’s voice actress) and an acrylic poster of the commemorative visual. The winners will be chosen by lottery and will be DMed separately. 

If you want to participate in the campaign, here’s the official guidelines and original tweet. 

The exact premiere date and further information on the second season will be released in the following months. 

Source: Comic Natalie, Official Website 

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