"Is It Wrong To Try And Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?" Cast Updated With Character Design Previews

Light novel adaptation coming April 3rd

The site for the anime adaptation of the Is It Wrong To Try And Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? light novels, coming to North America from Yen Press, has been updated with more casting and character designs, including Yōko Hikasa's Freya, Yurika Kubo's Loki, Nobuhiko Okamoto's Bete Loga and Saori Hayami's Ryu Lion.


Cast includes:


Bell Cranel - Yoshitsugu Matsuoka


Hestia  - Inori Minase


Eina Chūru - Haruka Tomatsu


Freya - Yōko Hikasa


Loki - Yurika Kubo


Aiz Wallenstein -  Saori Ōnishi


Bete Loga - Nobuhiko Okamoto


liliruka Ahde - Maaya Uchida


 Syr Flover - Shizuka Ishigami


Ry Lion - Saori Hayami




Main Staff:

Director: Yoshiki Yamakawa (Kill Me BabyLittle Busters!)

Series composition: Hideki Shirane (Kill Me BabyDate a Live)

Character design: Shigeki Kimoto (animation director for selector infected WIXOSS)

Art director: Toshiharu Mizutani (The Rose of VersaillesFutari wa Milky Holmes)

Color design: Tomomi Andoh

Director of Photography: Shingo Fukusei

Editing: Kentaro Tsubone

Sound director: Jin Akitagawa

Music: Keiji Iuchi (Outbreak Company)

Produce: GENCO

Anime Production: J.C.STAFF (A Certain Magical IndexMilky Holmes)

Production: Danmachi Production Committee 


The OP song "Hey World" is performed by 26-year-old voice actress/singer Yuka Iguchi, which will be released as her 4th single on April 26. Meanwhile, 26-year-old singer Kanon Wakeshima's upcoming 7th single "RIGHT LIGHT RISE" is featured as the ED song and will be released on the same day.


The original novel Familiar Myth by Omori won the 4th GA Bunko Grand Prix in 2012, then was published with Suzuhito Yasuda's illustrations from SB Creative's GA Bunko imprint since January 2013, under a new title Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru nowa Machigatteiru DaroukaDanMachi for short. Currently six volumes have been available in Japan and the total print has reached one million. The English edition has been published by Yen Press. The TV anime adaptation is produced as part of the 10th anniversary of the GA Bunko imprint and is scheduled to premiere in Japan in April 2015.



Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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