The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Okina Baba's isekai fantasy light novel series Kumo desu ga, Nani ka? / So I'm a Spider, So What? is updated with a first key visual and also announced that it will be aired for two cours from January 2021. Hit the jump for more information.
So I'm a Spider, So What? is hitting Japanese screens and Western streams very soon, and after being announced at the Anime Awards, Japanese fans finally got see the trailer you all did. To celebrate the trailer's release, light novel author Okina Baba gave a short interview and the illustrators of the series, Tsukasa Kiryu, Asahiro Kakashi, and Tori Gratin drew some web-spinning images. Check them all out after the jump!
Do you feel your spider-sense tingling? I know I do! At the release of the 12th volume of the light novel series, it was announced that the So I'm a Spider, So What? TV anime adaptation will weave its web onto Japanese TV screens in 2020. The anime was previously announced back in 2018 on the 5th volume of the manga and at the Kadokawa booth at Anime Expo. Hit the jump to see the new key visual!
Life's tough when you're a high school girl reincarnated as a tiny spider in a fantasy world crawling with hostile monsters, and the new preview video for the upcoming So I'm a Spider, So What? TV anime illustrates this fact. Hit the jump to check it out.
Head's up, true believers! So I'm a Spider, So What? - a popular light novel series written by Okina Baba and illustrated by Tsukasa Kiryu about a high school girl who finds herself inhabiting the body of a tiny spider in an extremely hostile alternate world - is being adapted into an anime. Hit the jump to learn more.