Seven Knights Revolution TV Anime Adds Twelve Cast Members

New key visual revealed for upcoming adaptation based on smart phone RPG by Netmarble

Nemo, an ordinary young man from a remote village, inherits the power of a legendary hero in a scene from the upcoming Seven Knights Revolution -Eiyuu no Keishousha- TV anime.


A new key visual (below) and 12 new cast members have been revealed for Seven Knights Revolution -Eiyuu no Keishousha- ("Seven Knights Revolution - The Successors of Heroes"), an upcoming TV anime based on the smart phone RPG by Netmarble about a group of young adventurers who channel the power of the champions of ancient times in an effort to save the world from the forces of evil. The new cast members include:


  • Kana Hanazawa as Eren.
  • Yūichirō Umehara as Gareth.
  • Shunsuke Takeuchi as Joe.
  • Yuya Hozumi as Gildan.
  • Manami Numakura as Shirley.
  • Takahiro Sakurai as Jenius.
  • Yu Shimamura as Eunomia.
  • Yukari Tamura as Vanessa.
  • Kentaro Ito as Spike.
  • Rica Matsumoto as Jhave.
  • Toshiyuki Morikawa as Chris.
  • And Satomi Arai as Rachel.



The story of Seven Knights Revolution -Eiyuu no Keishousha- is set in a world where eons ago valiant heroes fought against the forces of "Destruction". While their deeds passed into legend, the power of these heroes was later inherited by "successors" who fight to protect the world. One day, Faria, a successor of the Seven Knights, saves an ordinary boy named Nemo from the forces of Destruction.


During the ensuing battle, Nemo summons the power of a hero and becomes a successor as well. However, Nemo's hero is a stranger that is unknown to history, and so an epic journey where the past and present collide begins.


A new key visual for the upcoming Seven Knights -Eiyuu no Keishousha- TV anime, featuring the legendary knights in the background and the main characters who inherit their power in the foreground.


Seven Knights Revolution -Eiyuu no Keishousha- is directed by Kazuya Ichikawa and features animation production by Liden Films x domerica. The series is scheduled to begin broadcasting in Japan in April of 2021.


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice: © Netmarble Corp.& Netmarble Nexus Inc.・Seven Knights Production Committee


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