Ore ga Suki nano wa Imōto dakedo Imōto ja nai Anime Reveals 4 More Cast Members
posted on 2018-10-10 09:16 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for the television anime of Seiji Ebisu's Ore ga Suki nano wa Imōto dakedo Imōto ja nai (The One I Love Is My Little Sister But She's Not a Little Sister) light novel series revealed four additional cast members on Wednesday. The website also revealed character visuals for two of the newly announced characters.
The new cast members are:
Eri Kitamura as Reika Shinozaki
Ayumi Mano as Esaka-san
The main cast also includes:
Reina Kondo as Suzuka Nagami
Chinatsu Akasaki as Ahegao W Peace Sensei, the illustrator from Great Britain for "Chikai Towano's" books
Kazusa Aranami as Sakura Minazuki, a much-anticipated rookie voice actress who was already chosen as the main heroine in her debut role
The anime premiered on AT-X and will also premiere on the Tokyo MX, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto channels on October 10. It will stream on the d Anime Store (Docomo Anime Store) and AbemaTV services on the same day. It will then start on TV Aichi and TV Kyushu on October 11, and on BS11 on October 12. The planned early streaming of the first episode was cancelled "due to production issues." The anime will have 10 episodes.
Hiroyuki Furukawa (My First Girlfriend is a Gal, My Wife is the Student Council President director and character designer, Hybrid x Heart Magias Academy Ataraxia director) is directing the series and adapting Gintarō's character designs for animation. NAZ and new studio Magia Doraglier are producing the series. Furukawa announced in September 2017 that he had established the new studio.
Yūichirō Momose (My First Girlfriend is a Gal) is in charge of series composition. Masakazu Miyake (Girls' Last Tour) is the art director. Kumiko Yanagisawa (Konohana Kitan) is the color designer. Kisuke Koizumi (Parasyte -the maxim-) is the sound director. Yashikin (My First Girlfriend is a Gal) is composing the music.
Ebisu launched the light novel series with illustrator Gintarō in 2016, and Kadokawa published the seventh novel on August 18. A collection of short stories, labeled as novel "7.5," will ship on October 20. Kō Narita launched an ongoing manga adaptation in Kadokawa's Dragon Age magazine in December.
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