News Inō Battle with Everyday Life Anime's Cast, Staff Announced
posted on 2014-07-09 14:00 EDT
The official website for the anime of Kota Nozomi's Inō Battle with Everyday Life (Inō-Battle wa Nichijō-kei no Naka de/Inou-Battle in the Usually Daze) light novel series announced on Thursday the cast and staff for the series. Studio Trigger announced at Anime Expo that the series would premiere in October.
The cast includes:
Haruka Yamazaki (High School DxD New, Hayate the Combat Butler! Cuties) as Tomoyo Kanzaki. Her ability is "closed clock," which gives her command over time.
Saori Hayami (The irregular at magic high school, Oreimo) as Hatoko Kushikawa. Her ability is "over element," which enables her to control all aspects of the natural world.
Risa Taneda (Beyond the Boundary) as Sayumi Takanashi. Her ability is "root of origin," which returns things to their original form.
Nanami Yamashita (Wake Up, Girls!) as Chifuyu Himeki. Her ability is "world create," which allows her to create matter and space at will.
The staff includes:
Original Concept: Kota Nozomi
Original Character designer: 029
General Manager・Series Organizer: Masahiko Otsuka
Supervisor: Masanori Takahashi
Character Design: Satoru Yamaguchi
Music: Elements Garden
Production Studio: Studio Trigger
In the original novel series' story, the five members of the literature club awakened with extraordinary powers half a year ago. Although the members expected to be thrown into a world of super-powered battles (inō-battle) at their school, their normal daily routine continued. No secret organizations bent on world destruction, no super-powered wars, no braves or demon kings.
However, the members still look forward to the possibilities of adventure, and continued to believe that with each day, they were getting ever closer to those days of fantasy. Their days of romantic comedy and battles with extraordinary powers begin!
Nozomi started the light novel series with illustrations by The Devil is a Part-Timer! artist Oniku (029) in 2012. He had made his debut earlier with 3rd GA Bunko Prize finalist Happy Death Day. Kōsuke Kurose launched a manga adaptation in Kadokawa's Monthly Comp Ace magazine last September, and Kadokawa published the first compiled volume in March.
[Via MoCa News]