The summer 2018 season series Jashin-chan Dropkick, aka Dropkick on My Devil, is getting itself a second season as the home video release hit the numbers it needed for it to be produced previously. The second season goes under the title Dropkick on My Devil!! Dash and Crunchyroll is currently simulcasting it. They’ve now got their first clip up for the first episode that looks at Yurine getting her summoning skills going and bringing Jashin-chan into it!
The series has new episodes out every Monday through Crunchyroll with them available for audiences in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.
The first season of the series was directed by Hikaru Sato based on the series composition by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, who worked on the scripts with Momoko Murakami. Makoto Koga worked on the character designs with studio Nomad handling the production.
The Japanese cast includes Aina Suzuki as Jashin-chan, Nichika Omori as Yurine Hanazono, Miyu Kubota as Medusa, Yurie Kozakai as Pekora, Chiaki Omigawa as Minos, Rico Sasaki as Poporon, Riho Iida as Persephone the Second, Natsuko Hara as Mei Tachibana, Kazusa Aranami as Yusa, Miko Terada as Kōji, MAO as Bete, Nanami Yamashita as Kyon-Kyon, and Minami Tanaka as Kyon-Kyon’s older sister, Oneechan.
halca is on board to sing the opening song “Toki Toshite violence” for the new season while ZAMB is performing “Love Satisfaction” as the ending theme song.
The property comes from manga creator Yukiwo that began in spring 2012 through the online Comic Meteor site and in print in the spring of 2014 with over nine volumes so far.
Plot Concept: Jashin-chan looks back on the day Hanazono Yurine summoned her. So long as Yurine lives, Jashin-chan can’t return to Hell. So Jashin-chan writes Yurine’s name in her “Death NOT” and swears that she’s finally going to land that dropkick on Yurine.
Meanwhile, a former subordinate of Pekola and Poporon, Pino, shows up. Pekola is overjoyed believing God has finally sent someone to bring her home; however, in Pino’s hand is a weapon…