My One-Hit Kill Sister Anime's Teaser Unveils Ending Song Artist, April 8 Debut
posted on by Egan Loo
The official Twitter account for My One-Hit Kill Sister, the anime of Konoe's Isekai One Turn Kill Nee-san: Ane Dо̄han no Isekai Seikatsu Hajimemashita (One Turn Kill Sister in Another World: I Started Living in Another World with My Older Sister) light novels, announced the musical act behind the ending theme song and the April 8 premiere for the anime on Saturday. The virtual girls group VALIS performs the ending theme song "Mukyū Platonic" (Forever Platonic).
The series will premiere on the Tokyo MX channel on April 8 at 10:30 p.m., and BS Fuji and other channels will also run it.
The story follows Asahi Ikusaba, a high-school student who got lost and ended up in another world. He has knowledge of video games and fantasy worlds, but he is weak and does not have any "cheat abilities." He finds his older sister Maya in the other world, and she has the strongest cheat ability and also has a brother complex.
The anime's cast includes:
- Yuki Sakakihara as Asahi Ikusaba
- Haruka Shiraishi as Maya Ikusaba
- Ami Koshimizu as Kilmaria
- Rio Tsuchiya as Tanya
- Azumi Waki as Sophie
- Sora Tokui as Gloria
- Konomi Kohara as Kuon
- Yūma Uchida as Siegfried
Hiroaki Takagi (The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated! episode director) is directing the anime at Gekkō. Yōhei Kashii (Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART!) is in charge of the series scripts. Yūji Hamada is designing the characters, while Maho Tanabe is in charge of sub-character design. Kenichi Kanagawa is credited for monster design. Kenichi Kurata is the art director, while Ryōta Katsuta and Maki Yamamoto are the color key artists. Atsushi Tamura is the compositing director of photography.
TrySail performs the anime's opening theme song "Karei One Turn" (Splendid One Turn).
Crunchyroll will stream the anime as it airs.
Konoe launched the novels on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō (Let's Be Novelists) website in December 2019. Kenji Taguchi (Ane Log) and Konoe launched a manga adaptation on Shogakukan's Sunday Webry website and in the Sunday GX magazine in March 2020.
Sources: My One-Hit Kill Sister anime's website, Comic Natalie
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