© Tasuku Karasuma/Shueisha,NGL PROJECT

Singapore-based anime licensor MUSE Asia has announced on Wednesday that they are postponing the simulcast streaming of  the upcoming second season of No Guns Life.

The company made its announcement a day after the anime’s official website revealed that the second season’s premiere in Japan will be postponed because to production delays due to the COVID-19.

The upcoming season was scheduled to premiere on the MUSE Asia’s YouTube channel on Thursday, April 10.


© Tasuku Karasuma/Shueisha,NGL PROJECT

Juzo Inui’s next mission is to rescue Rosa McMahon, a girl who holds a valuable piece of data the Berühren Corporation is after. Still reeling from Colt’s death, Tetsuro swears to never hesitate again. And somewhere in the city, Pepper is determined to make Juzo her property along with her current Gun Slave Unit, Seven. (Synopsis from Funimation)

No Guns Life is the anime adaptation of a Japanese cyberpunk manga series Tasuku Karasuma, which is being published in Shueisha’s Ultra Jump magazine since August 2014 and currently has 10 volumes.

The first season of the anime series premiered on Japanese television in October 2019, which MUSE Asia also streamed on a simulcast basis.


Overlord anime series director Naoyuki Itou and scriptwriter Yuki Suguwara reunites to work on the anime series, while Masanori Shino, who previously worked on All Out!! sports anime, handled character designs. The anime was produced by Madhouse.

The Japanese voice cast are lead by Junichi Suwabe (“Victor Nikiforov”, Yuri!!! on Ice) as “Juzo Inui”, Manami Numakura (“Narberal Gamma”, Overlord) as “Mary Steinberg” and Daiki Yamashita (“Izuku Midoriya”, My Hero Academia) as “Tetsuri Arahabaki”.


MUSE Communications Singapore, also known by the name of MUSE Asia, is the Singapore branch of the Taiwan-based anime licensor MUSE Communications.

The company handles licensing and distribution of Japanese animated content in Taiwan, Hong Kong, India, Bangladesh and Southeast Asia, as well as some operations in Mainland China.

The YouTube streaming channel is available for users in Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Bhutan, India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. They have also launched their respective channels for Taiwan and Hong Kong.