It was reported that the second volume was Blu-ray / DVD compilation of the anime Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Raihousha hen ((The irregulars at Magic High School: Visitor sheet), the second season of the animated adaptation of Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei ((The irregulars at Magic High School) had sold 6,173 copies within a week of its release in Japan.

The volume was released on January 13th and the number of episodes it contains as content is not confirmed. The Blu-ray version costs 7,700 yen ($ 74) and sells 5,321 copies, while the DVD version costs 6,600 yen ($ 63) and sells 852 copies. Benefits include a short novel, an illustration booklet, and a CD with a special song.

Satou and Ishida began to publish the light novels through the publishing label Dengeki Bunko in July 2011. The thirty-second and final volume was released on September 10 in Japan. A sequel called Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Magian Company released his first volume on October 10th in Japan.

The piece inspired a 26-part anime adaptation by the studios. Madhouse Headed by Manabu OnoA film was then released in June 2017. A second season premiered in October 2020 and had thirteen episodes, which confirms the animated adaptation of the spin-off manga Mahouka Koukou no Yuutousei ((The Magic High School Honorary Student) upon graduation.

Synopsis of Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei

"Magic" is nothing out of legends or fairy tales. It's been a real technology for almost a century. Education in different countries of the world is involved in the development of "magicians". Shiba Tatsuya is an honorable student with no magical power who is attending high school, a magical high school with his younger sister who happens to be the best among the freshman students. What will happen to Shiba? How will he live his school life where he is one of the many non-magical users considered trash by others?

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