The Great Cleric Anime Casts Spell With New Trailer, Voice Actor, Theme Song Details
Series to broadcast on Japanese TV starting this July
More details have been revealed alongside a new trailer for The Great Cleric, the upcoming anime adaptation of the light novels by Broccoli Lion, Hiiro Akikaze and sime. On top of the addition of Showtaro Morikubo to the cast we also know who will be performing the theme songs, starting with Nasuo☆ on opening theme "Bagu-chan" and closing out episodes with Yuki Nakashima on the "A New Day" ending theme.
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Check out the new trailer:
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The new cast addition and character design reveal:
Goun-sensei voiced by Showtaro Morikubo (Bartolomeo in One Piece):
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The original The Great Cleric light novels are published in Japan by Micro Magazine under their GC Novels imprint, and an English language version is also available from J-Novel Club, who describe the story of the series as follows:
One moment, a certain salaryman is on cloud nine, that promotion finally within his grasp, and the next, he’s keeled over pain, and that was all she wrote. Luckily for him, fate had a bit more to say. A world of magic, monsters, and other such life-shortening entities await his newly reincarnated self for a second shot at life. With nothing but his past-life experiences and sharp business skills to guide him in the foreign lands of Galdardia, he takes up the name Luciel and vows that his (next) demise will be from naught but old age. And what better way to avoid a(nother) gruesome death, than by taking up a nice, cushy job as a healer? But getting by in another world doesn’t come easy, or cheap. It’ll take a lot of blood, sweat, and tears to hone the skills he needs to make his way. But make it he will...or die (again) trying!
The Great Cleric TV anime will premiere this July.
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