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Sorcerous Stabber Orphen Reboot Anime Gets 3rd Season in January 2023

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The bewitching journey that first started in 1994 is officially taking another step into the modern era following today’s announcement that a third season of Studio DEEN’s Sorcerous Stabber Orphen reboot anime, subtitled “Chaos in Urbanrama”, is in the works and will begin airing in January 2023.


A teaser visual and trailer were revealed, alongside two cast members for the new characters depicted.


Teaser Visual

Sorcerous Stabber Orphen season 3 anime teaser visual


Teaser Trailer


The newly announced cast members are as follows:


Daisuke Ono (Jotaro in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure) as


Sorcerous Stabber Orphen season 3 Edo character design


Shiki Aoki (Homura in EDENS ZERO) as


Sorcerous Stabber Orphen season 3 Lottesha character design


The anime’s returning main cast is as follows:




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Based on the light novels by Yoshinobu Akita, the third season of Sorcerous Stabber Orphen is being helmed by returning director Takayuki Hamana (Arte) at Studio DEEN, with Kenji Konuta (Ace of the Diamond) replacing Reiko Yoshida as series composer, plus character designs by Yoko Kikuchi (Kuroko’s Basketball) and Rio.


If you’re a fan of fantasy adventure anime, check out the first two seasons in a range of subs or English dub, right here on Crunchyroll!


From Studio DEEN (Fate/stay night) comes a remake celebrating the 25th anniversary of the series! Orphen is a powerful sorcerer who is notoriously lazy. Everything changes when he finds a way to save his sis, who was turned into a dragon during their days at magic academy. Betrayed by friends who refused to help, Orphen will stop at nothing to track her down, even if he has to go it alone.


Source: Comic Natalie



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