The Rising of The Shield Hero (TV)

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Alternative title:
Tate no Yūsha no Nariagari (Japanese)
盾の勇者の成り上がり (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, fantasy
Themes: other world
Plot Summary: Naofumi Iwatani, an uncharismatic otaku who spends his days on games and manga, suddenly finds himself summoned to a parallel universe. He discovers he is one of four heroes equipped with legendary weapons and tasked with saving the world from its prophesied destruction. As the Shield Hero, the weakest of the heroes, all is not as it seems. Naofumi is soon alone, penniless, and betrayed. With no one to turn to, and nowhere to run, he is left with only his shield. Now, Naofumi must rise to become the legendary Shield Hero and save the world. (from manga)
User Ratings: 19 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 4 votes (sub:3, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
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1 Portuguese subtitled
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Seen in part or in whole by 106 users, rank: #4088 (of 7549)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.790 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.9078, rank: #893 (of 7577)
Weighted mean: 7.835 (Very good), rank: #729 (of 7577) (seen all: 8.02 / seen some: 8.29 / won't finish: 3.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.702 (Very good−), rank: #713 (of 5722)
Vintage: 2019-01-09
Opening Theme:
#1: "RISE" by MADKID
Ending Theme:
#1: "Kimi no Namae" (Your Name) by Chiai Fujikawa
#2: "Falling Through Starlight" by Asami Seto (ep 04)
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Takao Abo
Series Composition: Keigo Koyanagi
Script:
Keigo Koyanagi (ep 1)
Ohine Ezaki (eps 2-4)
Storyboard:
Satoshi Mori (ep 3)
Seung Hui Son (ep 2)
Shinpei Wada (OP)
Takao Abo (ED; eps 1, 4)
Yuka Kuroda (ep 4)
Episode Director:
Hitoshi Haga (ep 1)
Satoshi Mori (ep 3)
Seung Hui Son (eps 2, 4)
Unit Director:
Shinpei Wada (OP)
Takao Abo (ED)
Music: Kevin Penkin
Original Work: Yusagi Aneko
Original Character Design: Seira Minami
Character Design: Masahiro Suwa
Art:
Sachiko Nishiguchi (Inspired)
Seiko Akashi (Studio Uni)
Shinsuke Kinoshita (Inspired)
Chief Animation Director: Masahiro Suwa
3D Director: Yuushi Koshida (Orange)
Sound Director: Fumiyuki Go
Director of Photography: Yukiyo Kajiwara
2D Artist: Hydekick
Animation producer: Muneki Ogasawara
Assistant Director of Photography: Hidemi Akao
Associate producer:
Kaho Yamada
Ken Kawakita
saechan
Color design: Anna Okamatsu
Color Design Assistant: Miyao Yamashita
Design: Takeshi Takakura (Leader)
Design Assistant: Shinpei Wada
Editing: Hitomi Sudō
Key Animation:
Ken Takahashi (ep 1)
Mamoru Abiko (ep 2)
Satoshi Shigeta (eps 1-2, 4)
Shinichi Iimura (ep 2)
Shinpei Wada (OP; eps 1, 3)
Shinya Uchida (OP; eps 1-4)
Toshiharu Sugie (ep 2)
Yuka Kuroda (Action Setting)
Line Producer: Masayuki Naoe
Mix Engineer: Falk Au Yeong
Monster Design: Satoshi Mori
Motion Graphics: Hidekatsu Uemura (Sublimation)
Music producer:
Hiromitsu Iijima (IRMA LA DOUCE)
Shunichi Uemura (Nippon Columbia)
Prop Design: Ayako Sugimura
Recording Adjustment: Tetsuya Gunji
Recording Assistant: Anna Kiriwaki
Recording Director: Shota Nakama
Recording engineer:
Matt Peiffer
Robin Moore
Sound Effects: Shota Yaso
Sound Production Manager: Satomi Tsuruoka
Theme Song Arrangement: Kevin Penkin (ED; ep 4)
Theme Song Composition: Kevin Penkin (ED; ep 4)
Theme Song Lyrics: Kevin Penkin (ED; ep 4)
Theme Song Performance:
Asami Seto (ED; ep 04)
Chiai Fujikawa (ED)
MADKID (OP)
Visual Adviser: Osamu Masuyama (Inspired)
3DCGI: Orange
Animation Production: Kinema Citrus
Art Board: Inspired
In-between Check: Kinema Citrus (eps 1-2, 4-5)
Motion Graphics: Sublimation
Photography: T2 Studio
Production: Kadokawa
Recording Production: soundtrec
Recording Studio:
Glovision (sound)
WGBH Fraser Recording Studio (music)
Sound Production: Glovision
Japanese cast
Asami Seto as Raphtalia
Kaito Ishikawa as Naofumi Iwatani

Hiroki Yasumoto as Elhart
Kikuko Inoue as Mirellia Q. Melromarc
Maaya Uchida as Melty Q. Melromarc
Makoto Takahashi as Motoyasu Kitamura
Rina Hidaka as Firo
Yoshitaka Yamaya as Itsuki Kawasumi
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Ren Amaki
Yutaka Nakano as Aultcray Melromarc XXXII

Airi Ootsu as Shadow (ep 5)
Atsuyoshi Miyazaki as Shop owner (ep 1)
Eriko Matsui as
Noble (ep 4)
Raphtalia's mother (ep 2)
Woman (ep 1)
Gakuto Kajiwara as Eyck (ep 3)
Hiromichi Tezuka as
General (ep 3)
Official (ep 1)
Raphtalia's father (ep 2)
Kana Ichinose as Noble (ep 4)
Kenichi Ogata as Beloukas (The Slave Trader)
Meiko Kawasaki as
Magic Shop Owner (eps 5-6)
Noble (ep 4)
Motoyuki Kawahara as
Helbal shop owner (eps 2, 5)
Knight (ep 1)
Noble (ep 4)
Nozomi Nishida as Sister (ep 3)
Shintarō Tanaka as
Noble (ep 4)
Official (ep 1)
Villager (ep 5)
Shō Okumura as Noble (ep 4)
Shōta Yamamoto as
Knight-Captain (eps 3-4)
Merchant (ep 2)
Shunsuke Takeuchi as Market seller (ep 3)
Sōichi Abe as Minister (ep 1)
Toshinari Fukamachi as
Priest (ep 1)
Shopkeeper (eps 2-3)
Villager (ep 5)
Wakana Kowaka as Woman (ep 1)
Yohei Hamada as
Peddler (ep 2)
Villager (ep 3)
Yoshihito Sasaki as
Head of the village (ep 5)
Knight (ep 1)
Market seller (ep 3)
Minister (ep 4)
Werewolf (ep 2)
Yoshino Aoyama as Usapil (ep 2)
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Julie Kliewer

Theme Song Performance: Amelia Jones (ED; ep 04)
Billy Kametz as Naofumi Iwatami
Erica Mendez as Raphtalia

Alan Lee as Ren Amaki
Erik Scott Kimerer as Itsuki Kawasumi
Faye Mata as Myne
Xander Mobus as Motoyasu Kitamura

Frank Todaro as Beloukas

English companies
ADR Production: Bang Zoom! Entertainment
Broadcaster: Aniplus Asia
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll
FUNimation Entertainment (Dub)

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