My Next Existence as a Villain Dubbed the Camera for short for our favorite isekai anime villain has been brought back with a new season titled “My Next Existence as a Villain: All Results in Purgatory X” this summer and fans absolutely love the best episode.
Season 2 alternates from where we left off in the final season as Katrina effectively prevented every loss of life and successfully finished the otome game story in which she became embodiment. But just as it seems that she can finally loosen up until she is hijacked and new problems begin.
Episode 8 On Camera: Otome isekai season just came out on Crunchyroll the season and now they’re super excited for the next episode.
So these days in this newsletter we can talk about my upcoming existence as Wicked Season 2 Episode 9 where we can talk in detail about its release date, previews, spoilers and English version.
In the previous episode with Raphael, who works in the magic department, he complains to Sora about the environment of the paintings. Then he remembers while Larna took him under her wing.
Tomorrow, Katharina and her companions will arrive there. Inside, Larna proposes them a wish-granting dollhouse. While she’s away, the dollhouse turns on itself while Katrina opens the door.
My Next Presence as a Villain Season 2 Episode 9 release date
The ninth episode of My Next Life as a villain season 2 titled “I Had an Organized Marriage Gathering” is scheduled to release on August 28, 2021, at 1:30 AM JST.
Unloading time will vary depending on your geographic area. The release time in your region is as follows:
Pacific Time: 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Time Required: 12:30 a.m. CT scan
Japanese time: 13:30 AM EST
British time: 6:30 PM GMT
As noted on Twitter, otome isekai’s second season will run for a full 12-episode set allowing you to air from June 3, 2021 to September 18, 2021.
A new episode may be released every week on Saturday at 1:30 AM JST. We have also created a list of its episode with its air date which is a good way to help you keep track of its release.
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