Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi: Urban Rama-hen, the title of the third season of the television adaptation of Yoshinobu Akita’s Sorcerous Stabber Orphen (Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi) light novel series, was announced on the website for the new television adaptation (Urban Rama Arc). In January 2023, the anime will make its premiere.
Shiki Aoki and Daisuke Ono are two brand-new cast members for the upcoming season.
Despite Kenji Konuta taking over for Reiko Yoshida as the series composer, Takayuki Hamana (Library War, Mushibugy, The Prince of Tennis) will be directing the third season at Studio DEEN. The character designers from the second season, Yoko Kikuchi and Rio, are back, while Shinsuke Shima is now in charge of the CG. Shinnosuke is once more writing the music.
A total of 13 episodes made up the inaugural season, which debuted in January 2020.
As the anime aired in Japan, Funimation streamed both the English dub and the Japanese version with English subtitles. The start of the second season was in January 2021. Once more, Funimation offered both an English dub and live streaming of the show.
The books are being published digitally under permission from J-Novel Club. As stated by the business, the narrative’s opening is as follows:
Orphen is a former Sorcerer from the illustrious Tower of Fangs. He has arrived at Totokanta, a bustling metropolis, as a result of his quest to save Azalie, a young woman he looked up to like a sister. They haven’t seen each other in five years, but now they are back together. What really lies behind the Sword of Baldanders, and what mysteries are concealed by her horrific change, though?
Yya Kusaka’s pictures were used by Akita to launch the light novel series in 1994. The new animation marks the 25th anniversary of the series. The first new book of the light novel series from Akita in four years was released in December 2019. In January 2021, a new volume was delivered.