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During the preview for the TV Anime adaptation of Hajime Komoto’s Manga Mashle: Magic and Muscles on March 18, 2023, the promotional video for the Anime was revealed, the second key image, cast and staff information, The artist sings the title song and the release date is April 7th.
The newly announced cast includes:
- Yuuki Kaji as Rayne Ames
- Yuichiro Umehara as Abel Walker
- Hiroki Nanami as Abyss Razor
The newly announced staff includes:
- Supporting character designs: Saki Hisamatsu, Nozomi Goto
- Action Directors: Takeshi Matsuda, Hiroaki Gōda
- Main Color Artist: Hitoki Takeda
- Background: Hideyasu Narita
- Art Director: Yu Saito
- Director of General Photography: Akihito Suzuki
- CG Director: Daisuke Fukuda
- Editor: Masato Yoshitake
- Sound Director: Satoshi Motoyama
- Sound Effects: Yui Ando
- Audio Production: INSPION Edge
Taiiku Okazaki will perform the opening theme song “Knock Out” and the group Philosophy no Dance will perform the ending theme song “Shū Cream Funk” (Cream Puff Funk).
The anime will premiere on April 7 on channels Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, and BS11, before airing on other channels.
Previously announced cast:
- Chiaki Kobayashi as Mash Burnedead
- Reiji Kawashima as Finn Ames
- Kaito Ishikawa as Lance Crown
- Takuya Eguchi as Dot Barrett
- Reina Ueda as Lemon Irvine
- Hiroaki Hirata as Narrator
Tomonari Tanaka is directing the anime at A-1 Pictures, Yousuke Kuroda is writing the series’ scripts, and Hisashi Higashijima is the character designer, and Masaru Yokoyama is composing the music.
The story is described:
Once upon a time, there was a world where magic could rule everything. But deep in the forest lived a young man who spent his time working out his muscles. Although he cannot use magic, he has a peaceful life with his father. Then one day, his life is in danger! Will Saitama’s body protect him from magicians? His trained muscles could rival that of elite magicians…? The story of Saitama at Hogwarts begins!
The manga launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan in January 2020. The series also has two novels and a volume adaptation coming soon.
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