The time for fans to finally come to terms with Suletta’s murderous innocence is nearly here, as the premiere date for Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury’s second season has officially been confirmed as being just over the horizon.
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As per series production studio Sunrise, the further adventures of the Vanadis Institute’s latest troublemakers will begin airing in Japan on April 9th (a date long-time Gundam fans may coincidentally recognize as the 24th anniversary of Turn A‘s original broadcast).
Sunrise further revealed that, a week before the second season’s premiere, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury will air a ‘Pre-Broadcast Special’ recapping everything – from Suletta’s first steps into the Asticassia School of Technology to her shocking saving of Miorine’s life – that’s occurred in the series thus far.
The studio also dropped a new trailer for Suletta’s return, therein giving fans a taste of what’s to come including new mobile suits, new allies, and even more hardships.
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Additionally, in a statement shared to the series’ official website  (translated via DeepL), Sunrise confirmed that the events of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury’s second season will take place two weeks after season one’s intense finale.
“Two weeks after the Gundam’s attack on Planet Quetta, Sueltta Mercury (CV: Kana Ichinose – Suzu Kanade in Ayakashi Triangle) spends her days at the Asticassia School of Technology anticipating her long awaited reunion with Miorine Rembran,” teased the studio. “Meanwhile, Miorine (CV: Lynn – Assassins in Fate/strange Fake: Whispers of Dawn) has been stationed at the head office of the Benerit Group so she can monitor her father’s condition .”
As of writing, English-language release plans for the series have yet to be confirmed, though they will ostensibly be handled by the same entity as the first, Crunchyroll.
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