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'Hyouken no Majutsushi ga Sekai wo Suberu' Reveals Main Cast, Staff, Teaser Promo

by chipsql
Sep 22, 4:27 AM | 18 Comments
The official website of the television anime adaptation of Nana Mikoshiba's Hyouken no Majutsushi ga Sekai wo Suberu: Sekai Saikyou no Majutsushi de Aru Shounen wa, Majutsu Gakuin ni Nyuugaku suru (The Iceblade Sorcerer Shall Rule the World) light novel revealed the main cast, staff, a teaser visual (pictured), and a teaser promotional video on Thursday. The anime series will premiere in January 2023 on TBS and BS11.

Cast
Ray White: Junya Enoki (Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou!)
Amelia Rose: Iori Saeki (Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road)
Elisa Griffith: Nana Harumura (Ore dake Haireru Kakushi Dungeon)

Staff
Director, Series Composition, Sound Director: Masahiro Takata (Tenkuu Shinpan)
Character Design: Makoto Shimojima (Kingdom 2nd Season)
Art Director: Ayumi Kojima (Studio Recess) (Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru episode art director)
Director of Photography: Natsumi Uchida (Animo Caramel) (Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saisei Jutsu)
Music: Tatsuhiko Saiki (Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta... X), Natsumi Tabuchi (Adachi to Shimamura)
Production Cooperation: Yokohama Animation Lab
Studio: Cloud Hearts

Mikoshiba began writing the action fantasy light novel on the Shousetsuka ni Narou website in October 2019. Kodansha began publishing the series under its Lanove Bunko imprint the following July, featuring illustrations by Riko Korie (Juuou Mujin no Fafnir). The fifth volume shipped on May 2, with the sixth volume scheduled to ship on October 3.

Norihito Sasaki began drawing a manga adaptation on the Magazine Pocket platform in June 2020. Kodansha published the ninth volume on July 8, with the tenth volume scheduled for a October 7 release.

Kodansha US licensed the manga adaptation in English in October 2021 for digital release and published the second volume last December.

Teaser PV


Official site: http://www.tbs.co.jp/anime/hyouken/
Official Twitter: @hyouken_pr

Source: animate Times

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Spidey Tom Holland aka Yuji Itadori join isekai world x harem route

Sep 25, 8:14 AM by reny1966nanin

GrimAtrament said:
RobertBobert said:


Are you talking about that spin-off of the show, which turned out to be pretty good despite the constant confusion with ReZero? I wanted to watch it a few times, but I'm still not in the mood. Also, are you talking about Strike the Blood? I haven't watched this show, is it also about a magic academy?


strike the blood was turend into an OVA series in japan because it had a ton of nudity i think their were other reasons as well. it's a magic school/ city series revoling around a boy who gets vampire lord powers takes place in modern times.

date alive had another season after the spin off series https://myanimelist.net/anime/41461/Date_A_Live_IV
loooks like it's not it's final season though another one was announced it looks like.

the other one was this one https://myanimelist.net/anime/48842/Mahoutsukai_Reimeiki?q=Mahoutsukai%20Reimeiki%20&cat=anime


Yes, it looks like it. Okay thanks. I have all these shows in my plans, so I'll keep that in mind when I get to them.

Sep 23, 5:31 PM by RobertBobert

Art looks pretty decent, in what ever case thats another isekai i have to watch (It is an isekai even if its not lets be honest)

Sep 23, 5:26 PM by Nilah

RobertBobert said:
GrimAtrament said:


Vermeil is one of the ones i was thinking of the other i've not actually seen, but it's called Mahoutsukai Reimeiki and then date a alive had it's final season recently same with strike blood.

actually is Mahoutsukai Reimeiki this season? kinda lost track of seasons lately from working retail nightshift.


Are you talking about that spin-off of the show, which turned out to be pretty good despite the constant confusion with ReZero? I wanted to watch it a few times, but I'm still not in the mood. Also, are you talking about Strike the Blood? I haven't watched this show, is it also about a magic academy?


strike the blood was turend into an OVA series in japan because it had a ton of nudity i think their were other reasons as well. it's a magic school/ city series revoling around a boy who gets vampire lord powers takes place in modern times.

date alive had another season after the spin off series https://myanimelist.net/anime/41461/Date_A_Live_IV
loooks like it's not it's final season though another one was announced it looks like.

the other one was this one https://myanimelist.net/anime/48842/Mahoutsukai_Reimeiki?q=Mahoutsukai%20Reimeiki%20&cat=anime

Sep 23, 5:24 PM by GrimAtrament

GrimAtrament said:
RobertBobert said:


Can you give their names? I'm building a stack based on this subgenre. Other than Vermeil, it's a manga.


Vermeil is one of the ones i was thinking of the other i've not actually seen, but it's called Mahoutsukai Reimeiki and then date a alive had it's final season recently same with strike blood.

actually is Mahoutsukai Reimeiki this season? kinda lost track of seasons lately from working retail nightshift.


Are you talking about that spin-off of the show, which turned out to be pretty good despite the constant confusion with ReZero? I wanted to watch it a few times, but I'm still not in the mood. Also, are you talking about Strike the Blood? I haven't watched this show, is it also about a magic academy?

Sep 23, 5:19 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
GrimAtrament said:
it's been slowly resurging actually we've had a few this season alone that are action magic academies.


Can you give their names? I'm building a stack based on this subgenre. Other than Vermeil, it's a manga.


Vermeil is one of the ones i was thinking of the other i've not actually seen, but it's called Mahoutsukai Reimeiki, and another was Smile of the Arsnotoria and then date a alive had it's final season recently same with strike blood.

actually is Mahoutsukai Reimeiki and Smile of the Arsnotoria this season? kinda lost track of seasons lately from working retail nightshift. it is still summer season right? seeing as fall isn't untill next month
what fking hell i must be tired. it's September now.

Sep 23, 5:17 PM by GrimAtrament

GrimAtrament said:
RobertBobert said:
Are the action magic academies LN still alive? I thought that this genre gradually died out amid the popularity of isekai as a new mainstream genre of male fantasy LN.
it's been slowly resurging actually we've had a few this season alone that are action magic academies.


Can you give their names? I'm building a stack based on this subgenre. Other than Vermeil, it's a manga.

Sep 23, 5:12 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Are the action magic academies LN still alive? I thought that this genre gradually died out amid the popularity of isekai as a new mainstream genre of male fantasy LN.
it's been slowly resurging actually we've had a few this season alone that are action magic academies.

Sep 23, 5:10 PM by GrimAtrament

NewestPersonHere said:
Ronninn said:

and isekai have pretty much replaced them for the past couple of years, we used to have hundreds of mahouka every season

I hang out in the LN community~

Isekai has started to go down. Romcoms will be the new trend.
Romcoms have outnumbered the number of isekais.

Well, there are a ton of non-isekai fantasy LNs.

Oh, Mahouka LN is still going strong in Japan for some reason.


LN rom-coms have always been a hit, except for the last couple of years they rarely got adaptations as the studios preferred the manga. As for Mahouka, I think it's still a classic OP MC + good level of intrigue, so that's understandable.

Sep 23, 4:08 PM by RobertBobert

Ronninn said:
Memore said:

They are popular in Japan and to promote the novel.

and isekai have pretty much replaced them for the past couple of years, we used to have hundreds of mahouka every season

I hang out in the LN community~

Isekai has started to go down. Romcoms will be the new trend.
Romcoms have outnumbered the number of isekais.

Well, there are a ton of non-isekai fantasy LNs.

Oh, Mahouka LN is still going strong in Japan for some reason.

Sep 23, 8:07 AM by NewestPersonHere

Am I going crazy or didn't we saw this one before ?

Sep 22, 4:01 PM by RedChrome

Ronninn said:
Memore said:

They are popular in Japan and to promote the novel.

and isekai have pretty much replaced them for the past couple of years, we used to have hundreds of mahouka every season

Yes, you are right. Anyway, this series seems interesting for me.

Sep 22, 7:00 AM by Memore

Memore said:
Ronninn said:
Wow these kind of shows are still a thing? They're generic as ever lmao

They are popular in Japan and to promote the novel.

and isekai have pretty much replaced them for the past couple of years, we used to have hundreds of mahouka every season

Sep 22, 6:51 AM by Ronninn

Ronninn said:
Wow these kind of shows are still a thing? They're generic as ever lmao

They are popular in Japan and to promote the novel.

Sep 22, 6:50 AM by Memore

Wow these kind of shows are still a thing? They're generic as ever lmao

Sep 22, 6:44 AM by Ronninn

I like these action/magic based fantasy LN series so I'll watch this

Sep 22, 6:33 AM by Tokoya

Are the action magic academies LN still alive? I thought that this genre gradually died out amid the popularity of isekai as a new mainstream genre of male fantasy LN.

Sep 22, 6:09 AM by RobertBobert

Despire rather cliche genre, trailer is intriguing. And Junya Enoki as the main character. I will watch it.

Sep 22, 5:03 AM by Memore