Summoned to Another World… Again?! TV Anime Gets the Party Started in Key Visual, Trailer
Additional cast, ending theme and broadcast info also revealed
What began as a lonesome teaser visual for Summoned to Another World... Again?! is now the picture of prosperity, just as the upcoming fantasy series today unveiled a key visual, the first full trailer, new cast members and an April 8 at 26:00 JST (effectively April 9 at 2:00) premiere.
It was also revealed that idol group MAYBE ME (Miss KUROITSU from the Monster Development Department ED) will perform "Be ambitious!!" for the anime's ending theme song.
The newly announced cast is as follows:
Takuma Nagatsuka (Miya in SK8 the Infinity) as
Satomi Akesaka (Tokiwa in Musasi-no) as
Rina Honizumi (Tsuzura in KAKEGURUI TWIN) as
Yui Ogura (Priestess in GOBLIN SLAYER) as
Yurie Kozakai (Yuki in Horimiya) as
Miku Ito (Miku in The Quintessential Quintuplets) as
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Based on the light novel series by Kazuha Kishimoto and Shimahara, Summoned to Another World... Again?! is being directed by Motoki Nakanishi (Kaguya-sama: Love is War -Ultra Romantic- episode director) at Studio elle, with series composition by Yukihito and character designs by Mikako Kunii (Date A Live chief animation director).
Coolmic, who publishes Arashiyama's manga adaptation in English, describes the series as such:
There was once a hero who was summoned to another world, and he saved that world. However, the man was caught in a "trap" and was forcibly returned to his original world. On top of that, he had to start over as a baby… This is the story of a crazy journey in another world where a former hero who was reincarnated into a slightly gloomy high school student is "resummoned" back to that same world! There's a lot of room to work with when it's the second time, huh♪
Source: Comic Natalie
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