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Alderamin on the Sky Anime's 1st Promo Video, Key Visual Revealed

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"Military history fantasy" anime series premieres in July

The staff of the anime adaptation of Bokuto Uno, Sanbasō, and Ryūtetsu's Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyō no Alderamin (Alderamin on the Sky) light novel series revealed the show's first promotional video at the Dengeki Bunko Haru no Saiten 2016 event on Sunday.

The video reveals that Keiji Inai (Outbreak Company, Heavy Object, Karneval) is composing the show's music.

The staff also revealed the show's main visual at the event on Sunday.

The series will premiere in July.

Tetsuo Ichimura (Ane Log 2nd OVA director, Norn9's assistant director, Bleach's episode director) is directing the anime at Madhouse. Kunio Katsuki (Aoi Bungaku Series, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie's animation director) is in charge of character design, and Shogo Yasukawa (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, Hyperdimension Neptunia, Terra Formars) is handling the series composition. Yoshikazu Iwanami (Baccano!, Ajin, Kill la Kill) is the sound director.

The previously revealed main cast for the anime includes:

In the "military history fantasy" series, the Katvarna Empire is at war with the neighboring Republic of Kioka. In the Katvarna Empire, the lazy, woman-admiring Ikuta hates war, but due to certain circumstances, he grudgingly takes the High Grade Military Officer Exam. No one would have expected that this 17-year-old young man would eventually become a soldier called a great commander by others. Ikuta survives this world engulfed in war with his superior intellect.

Kadokawa released the first novel in June 2012. Due to Sanbasō's poor health, Ryūtetsu took over illustrating the series with the sixth novel. Kadokawa published the eighth novel on October 10, and it will publish the ninth volume on April 9. Dengeki Comics shipped the fourth volume of Taiki Kawakami's manga adaptation on Thursday.

Source: Dengeki Online

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