Crunchyroll to Stream Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! Anime This Spring
A new Japanese key visual and trailer has been released!
The spring season is just around the corner, and Crunchyroll is happy to announce today the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! will join the Crunchyroll simulcast season this April! Alongside this news, a brand new Japanese key visual and trailer was released for the series from the official Twitter account as well as more cast members and the ending theme song confirmed.
Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer!
Launch Time: April 2022
Territories: North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS
Joining the cast of Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! will be
Hiroshi Shirokuma (Gazef Stronoff in Overlord) will be voicing Oomune Kuma
Show Hayami (Masahiro Gotoda in Farewell, My Dear Cramer) will be voicing Gyuu
Saori Hayami (Shinobu Kochou in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) will be voicing Maria Deathflame
The ending theme song to Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! will be "HERO in HEALER" and is performed by Aguri Onishi, Takuya Sato, and Asuna Tomari in character as Karla, Arvin, and Mushroom / Ortegaia. The song can be heard in the new trailer which is above.
The original Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! (also known as Kono Healer, Mendokusai in Japan) manga from creator Tannen ni Hakkou is serialized via Kadokawa's ComicWalker digital manga service. The story of the series follows Arvin, a knight with saint-like patience for annoying people, and Karla, a dark elf healer with a sharp tongue and a rotten personality who always speaks without thinking first. Together, they form a party and go on fantastical adventures.
Previously released visual:
The Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! TV anime is directed by Nobuaki Nakanishi (Mangirl!) and features animation production at Jumondou. The series begins on Japanese TV on April 10 at 9 PM, with Crunchyroll streaming it soon after.
Source: Don’t Hurt Me, My Healer! on Twitter
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.