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TV Anime 'Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni.' Cast Members Announced

by tsubasalover
May 23, 2017 3:23 AM | 41 Comments
A production press conference for Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. TV anime announced cast members and theme song performers via Line Live on Tuesday. The main cast members attended the press conference along with the director Takeyuki Yanase. The anime is slated to broadcast on Tuesdays starting July 11 via AT-X, BS11, and Tokyo MX.

Cast
Touya Mochizuki: Katsumi Fukuhara (Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai)
Else Shileska: Maaya Uchida (Chain Chronicle: Haecceitas no Hikari)
Linse Shileska: Yui Fukuo (Minami Kamakura Koukou Joshi Jitensha-bu)
Yae Kokonoe: Chinatsu Akasaki (Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Yumina Elnea Belfast: Marina Kouno (Akiba's Trip The Animation)
Soucie Elnea Ortlinde: Nanami Yamashita (Wake Up, Girls!)
Lean: Sumire Uesaka (Show By Rock!!)
Kohaku: Yuki Kaida (Kabukibu!)
Narration / God: Fumihiko Tachiki (Tales of Symphonia The Animation: Tethe'alla-hen)

Opening Theme Performance: "Another World" by AOP
Ending Theme Performance: "Junjou Emotional" by Else Shileska (CV: Maaya Uchida) & Linse Shileska (CV: Yui Fukuo), Yae Kokonoe (CV: Chinatsu Akasaki) & Yumina Elnea Belfast (CV: Marina Kouno), Soucie Elnea Ortlinde (CV: Nanami Yamashita) & Lean (CV: Sumire Uesaka)

A pre-screening event for the anime will be held at Akihabara Radio Kaikan on June 25.

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Source: Moca News

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Red_Tuesday said:
Askorti said:

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P


You forgot that fantasy furry show (Rokka something) with the white bunny ears and the really repulsively GIF-bait one with the girl with the string under her tits. Utawarerumono, while one of the few examples of good settings in this bracket, must be mentioned. Even KyoAni's been doing it (RIP) with Musaigen no Bland World and Amagi Brilliant Creative Bankruptcy. (Which is a good indication that it's time to stop)

And even among shows outside of this dogma, there are plenty polluted by elements of it. Probably the most joyless of the low-hanging fruits producers keep reaching for, I'd happily trade it for sports shounen, unironic unsupported harems, hell, I'd trade this shit for yaoi.

Because I know I can't stand those things and have no problem ignoring them. But No Game No Life and Hataraku Maou-Sama have shown that I CAN actually like this troll garbage fantasy sometimes, so I keep trying them like heroin past its expiration date on a slim chance that it's got something worth a damn to watch it for.

I should say, regarding the show in question, (on-topic for once) it looks sufficiently bad that I won't feel an urge to check it out. Thank heavens!



Um....which one is the gif-bait anime? I want to know....for research. Yeah, need to be as thoroughly disgusted.

Also, I've read the first couple light novel volumes for this and it really doesn't remind me of KonoSuba much at all. Other than it being Isekai. Less humor than Konosuba, the MC is obscenely OP as opposed to being used for humor. Konosuba is very much the superior story, but I did enjoy Isekai wa smartphone too. You just really need to be on board for an OP MC (and not in a fun satire fashion like Saitama).

Jun 4, 2017 2:28 AM by Varus_Praetor

hype, im excited.

May 30, 2017 9:15 AM by KnightA

Red_Tuesday said:
Symphyon said:
Uh as some people have said to you... THOSE aren't really Isekai anime. They aren't. Some of them are just fantasy alone :/


Yeah I get it now, thanks #3

Anyway, I don't really care how the protagonist got there, all I know is the samey-whitewashed fantasy setting is the #1 thing I'm sick of. They all share the same tropes so they're all the same to me "isekai" or not.


And that's fine, I'm not trying to start an argument here (nor intend to, had too much BS this morning with something on twitter to go and argue anymore).

But we're just pointing it out what you mentioned that's all.

May 24, 2017 12:20 PM by Wasshio

Symphyon said:
Uh as some people have said to you... THOSE aren't really Isekai anime. They aren't. Some of them are just fantasy alone :/


Yeah I get it now, thanks #3

Anyway, I don't really care how the protagonist got there, all I know is the samey-whitewashed fantasy setting is the #1 thing I'm sick of. They all share the same tropes so they're all the same to me "isekai" or not.

May 24, 2017 12:19 PM by Red_Tuesday

Red_Tuesday said:
Askorti said:

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P


You forgot that fantasy furry show (Rokka something) with the white bunny ears and the really repulsively GIF-bait one with the girl with the string under her tits. Utawarerumono, while one of the few examples of good settings in this bracket, must be mentioned. Even KyoAni's been doing it (RIP) with Musaigen no Bland World and Amagi Brilliant Creative Bankruptcy. (Which is a good indication that it's time to stop)

And even among shows outside of this dogma, there are plenty polluted by elements of it. Probably the most joyless of the low-hanging fruits producers keep reaching for, I'd happily trade it for sports shounen, unironic unsupported harems, hell, I'd trade this shit for yaoi.

Because I know I can't stand those things and have no problem ignoring them. But No Game No Life and Hataraku Maou-Sama have shown that I CAN actually like this troll garbage fantasy sometimes, so I keep trying them like heroin past its expiration date on a slim chance that it's got something worth a damn to watch it for.

I should say, regarding the show in question, (on-topic for once) it looks sufficiently bad that I won't feel an urge to check it out. Thank heavens!


Uh as some people have said to you... THOSE aren't really Isekai anime. They aren't. Some of them are just fantasy alone :/

May 24, 2017 12:04 PM by Wasshio

Since what happened with Konosuba, I will give this a try. They are similar in some parts

May 24, 2017 5:00 AM by IrisFTW

Red_Tuesday said:
Askorti said:

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P


You forgot that fantasy furry show (Rokka something) with the white bunny ears and the really repulsively GIF-bait one with the girl with the string under her tits. Utawarerumono, while one of the few examples of good settings in this bracket, must be mentioned. Even KyoAni's been doing it (RIP) with Musaigen no Bland World and Amagi Brilliant Creative Bankruptcy. (Which is a good indication that it's time to stop)

And even among shows outside of this dogma, there are plenty polluted by elements of it. Probably the most joyless of the low-hanging fruits producers keep reaching for, I'd happily trade it for sports shounen, unironic unsupported harems, hell, I'd trade this shit for yaoi.

Because I know I can't stand those things and have no problem ignoring them. But No Game No Life and Hataraku Maou-Sama have shown that I CAN actually like this troll garbage fantasy sometimes, so I keep trying them like heroin past its expiration date on a slim chance that it's got something worth a damn to watch it for.

I should say, regarding the show in question, (on-topic for once) it looks sufficiently bad that I won't feel an urge to check it out. Thank heavens!


As previously said, those aren't isekai. In isekai you have to have a character from one world enter another one. If I were to include plain fantasy world anime like you listed, I would get a list of at least several dozen titles.

May 24, 2017 4:42 AM by Askorti

Red_Tuesday said:
Askorti said:

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P


You forgot that fantasy furry show (Rokka something) with the white bunny ears and the really repulsively GIF-bait one with the girl with the string under her tits. Utawarerumono, while one of the few examples of good settings in this bracket, must be mentioned. Even KyoAni's been doing it (RIP) with Musaigen no Bland World and Amagi Brilliant Creative Bankruptcy. (Which is a good indication that it's time to stop)

And even among shows outside of this dogma, there are plenty polluted by elements of it. Probably the most joyless of the low-hanging fruits producers keep reaching for, I'd happily trade it for sports shounen, unironic unsupported harems, hell, I'd trade this shit for yaoi.

Because I know I can't stand those things and have no problem ignoring them. But No Game No Life and Hataraku Maou-Sama have shown that I CAN actually like this troll garbage fantasy sometimes, so I keep trying them like heroin past its expiration date on a slim chance that it's got something worth a damn to watch it for.

I should say, regarding the show in question, (on-topic for once) it looks sufficiently bad that I won't feel an urge to check it out. Thank heavens!

the shows you have mentioned are not even isekai they are plain fantasy anime

May 24, 2017 2:31 AM by zakster1928

Askorti said:
ichii_1 said:



Name 10 isekai anime from the past 5 years, I'll wait.

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P


You forgot that fantasy furry show (Rokka something) with the white bunny ears and the really repulsively GIF-bait one with the girl with the string under her tits. Utawarerumono, while one of the few examples of good settings in this bracket, must be mentioned. Even KyoAni's been doing it (RIP) with Musaigen no Bland World and Amagi Brilliant Creative Bankruptcy. (Which is a good indication that it's time to stop)

And even among shows outside of this dogma, there are plenty polluted by elements of it. Probably the most joyless of the low-hanging fruits producers keep reaching for, I'd happily trade it for sports shounen, unironic unsupported harems, hell, I'd trade this shit for yaoi.

Because I know I can't stand those things and have no problem ignoring them. But No Game No Life and Hataraku Maou-Sama have shown that I CAN actually like this troll garbage fantasy sometimes, so I keep trying them like heroin past its expiration date on a slim chance that it's got something worth a damn to watch it for.

I should say, regarding the show in question, (on-topic for once) it looks sufficiently bad that I won't feel an urge to check it out. Thank heavens!

May 24, 2017 2:19 AM by Red_Tuesday

ichii_1 said:
RnDNEET021 said:
The '"Isekai" is pretty much OVERUSED.

Symphyon said:
The Isekai setting is pretty much overused but I don't really care in all honesty..


Name 10 isekai anime from the past 5 years, I'll wait.

Re:Creators (reverse isekai?)
KonoSuba
Kobayashi-san (kinda, sorta reverse isekai?)
Youjo Senki
Drifters
Flip Flappers (I think? Haven't watched it)
Re:Zero
Grimgar
Gate
Overlord
Seiken Tsukai no World Break (well, not really, but it has elements of it in that the characters have memories of their past selves from other worlds)
Log Horizon
No Game no Life
Outbreak Company
Hataraku Maou-sama
Mondaiji-tachi
Hagure Yuusha
Oda Nobunaga no Yabou
Dog Days (season 2)


And I don't feel like looking further. Oh, and it's not like I'm trying to make a point, I was just curious if I'd be able to find them. :P

May 23, 2017 11:12 PM by Askorti

tsubasalover said:
Elegade said:
So they're making the male be voiced by a female again just like gamers. Fuck this shit, dropped. Do Japanese males in their teens sound like someone hung their balls from a hook or something?
Actually, Katsumi Fukuhara is a male (junior talent). The reason I listed Sarusuberi is that's the only anime related role for him right now from the profile (fairly new), which he probably did very small role from that movie.


Oh, well then that's great. Might check it out then. I saw Katsumi and immediately thought it was female.

May 23, 2017 5:22 PM by Elegade

Elegade said:
So they're making the male be voiced by a female again just like gamers. Fuck this shit, dropped. Do Japanese males in their teens sound like someone hung their balls from a hook or something?
Actually, Katsumi Fukuhara is a male (junior talent). The reason I listed Sarusuberi is that's the only anime related role for him right now from the profile (fairly new), which he probably did very small role from that movie.

May 23, 2017 5:14 PM by tsubasalover

So they're making the male be voiced by a female again just like gamers. Fuck this shit, dropped. Do Japanese males in their teens sound like someone hung their balls from a hook or something?

May 23, 2017 4:58 PM by Elegade

how can something be trash and not good at the same time...?
still gonna watch it anyway...

May 23, 2017 4:52 PM by ClickBaitBuster

Ez pass with all the stuff coming this Summer.
Boi does this look garbage .-.

May 23, 2017 4:48 PM by DatRandomDude

This reminds me of the PV from the anime in Girlish Number.
Dat anination.

May 23, 2017 3:28 PM by Paulo27

This is... This is a joke right? RIGHT!? WHY!?

Still watching it like the piece of wannabe otaku that I am...

May 23, 2017 2:44 PM by Bygyas

ichii_1 said:
RnDNEET021 said:
The '"Isekai" is pretty much OVERUSED.

Symphyon said:
The Isekai setting is pretty much overused but I don't really care in all honesty..


Name 10 isekai anime from the past 5 years, I'll wait.


xD well, there aren't that many if you mean BELOW 2015 or something if you know what I mean. :S (I'm still sleepy as hell so processing the ones from the past 5 years with my mind boggled... not so pretty xS)

But honestly, ANY setting can be considered as overused later on right? Heck, the "school setting" can be considered as that. Or well... specifically "battle harem school setting" to say (which isn't very apparent recently).

May 23, 2017 11:04 AM by Wasshio

RnDNEET021 said:
The '"Isekai" is pretty much OVERUSED.

Symphyon said:
The Isekai setting is pretty much overused but I don't really care in all honesty..


Name 10 isekai anime from the past 5 years, I'll wait.

May 23, 2017 10:59 AM by ichii_1

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