Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Adds Tomokazu Sugita to Cast, Premieres January 10

Theme song artist revealed along with new key visual and Funimation streaming plans

Jobless Reincarnation

 

New updates are here for the Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation TV anime, which adapts the light novel series by Rifujin na Magonote. The latest includes a cast addition, the reveal of the theme song artist, a new key visual, and plans for a January 10 premiere in Japan.

 

Voicing protagonist Rudeus Grayrat before he was reincarnated in another world is none other than Tomokazu Sugita (Gintoki in Gintama, Kohei Nikaido in Golden Kamuy). Yukio Ohara is on the opening and ending theme songs, pulling producing, writing, scoring, and singing duties on both. 

 

Here's the new key visual:

 

 

Funimation announced plans to stream Jobless Reincarnation as part of its Winter 2021 lineup.

 

 

The main staff for the Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation TV anime includes:

 

  • Original work: Rifujin na Magonote
  • Original illustrations: Shirotaka
  • Original planning: Frontier Works
  • Publication: KADOKAWA (under their MF Books label)
  • Director: Manabu Okamoto (GAMERS!)
  • Character design: Kazutaka Sugiyama
  • Producers: EGG FIRM
  • Production: StudioBind

 

An English language version of the Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation light novel series is available from Yen Press, who describe the story of the series as follows:

 

Just when an unemployed thirty-four-year-old otaku reaches a dead end in life and decides that it’s time to turn over a new leaf—he gets run over by a truck and dies! Shockingly, he finds himself reborn into an infant’s body in a strange new world of swords and magic.

 

His new identity is Rudeus Grayrat, but he still retains the memories of his previous life. Follow Rudeus from infancy to adulthood, as he struggles to redeem himself in a wondrous yet dangerous world.

 

Source: Official website via Anime News Network

 

 

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