Muse Asia introduced on Sunday that it has licensed the third season for the Ascendance of a Bookworm tv anime. The firm has already uploaded the two-part “Episode 26.5” recap episodes on its YouTube channel, with the primary anime’s distribution particulars to be revealed at a later date.
The anime will premiere in Japan on Yomiuri TV on April 11; on Tokyo MX, WOWOW, and BS Fuji on April 13; and on AT-X on April 14.
All primary solid members are getting back from earlier seasons. Kazuhiko Inoue joins the third season’s solid as the brand new character Sylvester.
Haruka Matsunae joins the season as a third character designer alongside returning designers Toshihisa Kaiya and Yoshiaki Yanagida. Noriko Otake joins as chief animation director alongside returning chief animation director Emiko Endo. (Previous chief animation administrators Toshihisa Kaiya and Yoshiaki Yanagida aren’t credited for this function within the third season, however solely credited as character designers.)
Nao Tōyama performs the anime’s opening theme track “Ano Hi no Kotoba” (Words of That Day). Maaya Sakamoto performs the ending theme track “Kotoba ni Dekinai” (I Can’t Put It Into Words).
J-Novel Club is releasing each the sunshine novels and Suzuka‘s manga adaptation in English, and it describes the story:
A sure school woman who’s cherished books ever since she was a little woman dies in an accident and is reborn in one other world she is aware of nothing about. She is now Myne, the sickly five-year-old daughter of a poor soldier. To make issues worse, the world she’s been reborn in has a very low literacy charge and books principally do not exist. She’d should pay an infinite quantities of cash to purchase one. Myne resolves herself: If there are not any books, she’ll simply should make them! Her aim is to change into a librarian. This story begins along with her quest to make books so she will reside surrounded by them! Dive into this biblio-fantasy written for ebook lovers and bookworms!
The first anime season aired in two components. The first half premiered in October 2019, and led to December 2019 with 14 episodes. The second half premiered in Japan in April 2020. Two authentic video anime (OVA) installments debuted with a restricted version of the primary novel of the sequence’ fifth half in March 2020.
The second season premiered in October 2020.
Source: Muse Asia‘s Facebook page