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Kenja no Mago Anime Gets New Trailer

Earlier today, the official Kenja no Mago anime website updated with a new teaser trailer. The two-minute teaser offers a brief overview of the show’s main concepts. Theme song Ultimate☆Magic by i☆Ris kicks in as a background track at the 1:19 mark. Closing theme song Attōteki Vivid Days by Nanami Yoshi takes over as the main background music at the 1:57 mark.

Kenja no Mago hits Japanese TV on April 10. The full broadcast schedule is as follows (All times JST):

  • AT-X: 4/10/2019 at 23:30 (4/10/2019 at 11:30PM)
  • ABC: 4/10/2019 at 26:20 (4/11/2019 at 2:20AM)
  • Tokyo MX: 4/11/2019 at 23:30 (4/11/2019 at 11:30PM)
  • BS11: 4/11/2019 at 23:30 (4/11/2019 at 11:30PM)

 Kenja no Mago Anime VisualMasafumi Tamura (Ange Vierge, Two Car) will direct the project at Silver Link, with Yuki Sawairi (Two Car, Masamune-kun’s Revenge) providing character designs. Tatsuya Takahashi (Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood, And you thought there is never a girl online?) is in charge of series composition.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Shin Wolford: Yūsuke Kobayashi
  • Toll von Flegel: Arisa Shida
  • Tony Freyd: Chiaki Kobayashi
  • Melinda Bowen: Gara Takashima
  • Yuri Carlton: Juri Nagatsuma
  • Julius von Littenheim: Keisuke Koumoto
  • Lynn Hughes: Megumi Yamaguchi
  • Alice Corner: Miyu Kubota
  • Sicily von Claude: Rina Hon’izumi
  • Olivia Stone: Saya Satō
  • August von Earlshide: Shohei Komatsu
  • Mark Bean: Shouta Hayama
  • Oliver Schtrom: Toshiyuki Morikawa
  • Maria von Messina: Yūki Wakai
  • Merlin Walford: Yūsaku Yara

Tsuyoshi Yoshioka’s Kenja no Mago novels began on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō publishing platform in 2015. The series was picked up by Enterbrain, who ran the series (with illustrations by Seiji Kikuchi) under their Famitsu Bunko imprint in July of that year. Nine volumes have been produced to date, with the latest hitting stores on December 29.

A manga adaptation by Yoshioka and illustrator Shunsuke Ogata kicked off in Kadokawa’s Young Ace Up in March 2016. The series also has nine volumes, the ninth of which hit stores on December 29.

Source: Ota-suke

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