Adventurers Face the Forces of Darkness in SEVEN KNIGHTS REVOLUTION: Hero Successor TV Anime PV

Adaptation based on smart phone JRPG by Netmarble hits Japanese TV and Crunchyroll this spring season

Nemo channels the power of an unknown Hero to face down the forces of Destruction in a scene from the upcoming SEVEN HEROES REVOLUTION: Hero Successor TV anime.


A new preview video has been published for SEVEN KNIGHTS REVOLUTION: Hero Successor, an upcoming TV anime based on the smart phone JRPG developed by Netmarble that features young adventurers channeling the power of great heroes from antiquity in order to conquer the forces of evil. The video (below) highlights the opening theme for the series, entitled "Freeze", which is performed by flumpool.



Crunchyroll describes the story of SEVEN KNIGHTS REVOLUTION: Hero Successor as follows:


Long ago, Heroes had saved this world. Many Heroes fought against the powers of Destruction and protected the world. Years in the future… The Heroes had disappeared as the years passed and those possessing their powers called Successors now have the fate of the world in their hands. One of the elite Successors known as the Seven Knights is fighting an army of the Destruction when she saves a boy named Nemo. During the battle, Nemo awakens the powers of a Hero even he didn't know about and displays his powers as a Successor. But his Hero is someone who no one knew and no one ever spoke of.


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: Hero Successor is directed by Kazuya Ichikawa and features animation production by Liden Films x domerica. The series will broadcast in Japan on TOKYO MX, BS11, KBS Kyoto, and Sun TV beginning on April 04, 2021, and it will also stream on Crunchyroll as part of the spring 2021 simulcast lineup.




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


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