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To Be Heroine Series Reveals Video, Cast, Staff

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Anime premiering on May 19 stars both Japanese, Chinese cast

Anime studio Emon Animation Company revealed the promotional video, cast, staff, and story for its To Be Heroine sequel series on Thursday.

The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX1 on May 19 at 9:00 p.m. and will have seven episodes.

The cast includes both Japanese voice actors for the "2D world," and Chinese voice actors for the "3D world." The cast includes:

Emon describes the show:

The heroine”Futaba” is a clever high school girl. One day, she is suddenly sucked into another world. This dark world is a world without light and the inhabitants are only children wearing panties. Arriving there, Futaba is the only one wearing clothes and she will become the heroine of this world where clothes are the strongest weapons!

The staff includes:

  • Planning: Li Haolin, Li Ni
  • Chief Executive Producer: Dong Zhiling, Luo Yanyan, Zhang Shengyan
  • Planning Producer: Tang Yunkang, Kang Jun
  • Executive Producer: Jiu Ye, Li Fangyu
  • Director/Screenplay/Scenario: Li Haolin
  • Chief Animator Director: LAN
  • Staging: LAN
  • Storyboard: Li Haolin
  • Japanese Version Executive Director: Ken Ando
  • Animation Producer: Tang Yunkang
  • Production Coordination: 小A
  • Editing: Aya Hida / Li Haolin
  • Art Director: Huang Xueting
  • Director of Photography: Shintaro Nakamura
  • Japanese script: Ken Ando
  • Adviser: Atsushi Yabe, Tatsuro Konno, Yoshihiro Iwasaki
  • Japan Promotion: Tang Yunkang, Li Fang Yuu, Xu Jiahe
  • International Business: Widad Noureddine

PassCode will perform the opening theme song "Ray," while Re-connect will perform the ending theme song "Koibana Renbo."

Emon's original 12-episode To Be Hero series ran in Japan from October to December 2016. The anime starred Kenjirō Tsuda, Moa Tsukino, and Takeshi Maeda. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan. Each episode in the series was 11 minutes long.

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