Written on the official site for the anime adaptation of the light novels by Fujino Oomori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda, Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka? (DanMachi: Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon?) a new promotional video for the fourth season of the project has been released. The video confirms that the premiere of the second part is scheduled for next January 5th in Japan.

Oomori and Yasuda started publishing the light novels via the imprint GA Bunko from the publisher SBCreative in January 2013, and the publisher released the sixteenth volume in October 2020, followed by the seventeenth in April 2021 in Japan. In addition to several manga adaptations, the work has inspired a three-season anime adaptation and a feature film, which was released in Japan in February 2019.

production team

  • Hideki Tachibana (Toaru Majutsu no Index, Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S, Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios JCSTAFF.
  • Shiran Hideki (Date A Live, Hidan no Aria, Hundred, Boku no Kanojo ga Majimesugiru Sho-bitch na Ken) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Shigeki Kimoto (Toradora!, zero no tsukaima) is responsible for character design.
  • Jin Aketagawa meanwhile was responsible for the audio direction Keiji Inai composed the soundtrack.

Summary for Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka (DanMachi)

Intrepid adventurer Bell Cranel has leveled up, but he can't rest on his laurels in the dungeon. The Hestia Familia still has a long way to go before they can take on the other Orario families, but before Bell can embark on his next mission, reports of a brutal murder rock the adventurer community. One of Bell's trusted allies is framed for the horrific crime, and it's up to Bell and his friends to clear his name and uncover a nefarious conspiracy brewing in the dark depths of the dungeon.

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