I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability anime is set to premiere in April, and today they’ve just revealed additional cast members, staff details, key visuals, and the main PV all at once!
The anime I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability features main characters like Lloyd de Saloum played by Koichi Makoto, and Grim voiced by Fairouz Ai. Other supporting characters include Sylfa voiced by Lynn, Rie Takahashi voices Ren, and Tao is voiced by Sekine. The creative team includes director Jin Tamamura and original creator Yousuke Kokuzawa, based on the light novel series by Kenkyo na Circle with character designs by Meru. The anime is produced by Bandai Namco Filmworks and animated by Tsumugi Akita Animation Lab. It falls under the adventure and fantasy genres with a theme centered around reincarnation.
I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability Anime Main PV
In the upcoming 2024 Isekai TV anime 7the Prince, the story follows an ordinary sorcerer who faced a foolish death in a duel. However, upon awakening, he finds himself reincarnated as Lloyd, the seventh prince of the Kingdom of Saloum. In this new life, he is blessed with the ability to learn and master any magic effortlessly, thanks to the knowledge and memories from his previous existence. Now, armed with unparalleled magical skills, he can enjoy a life of mastery without worrying about others’ opinions.
Tensei shitara Dainana Ouji Datta node, Kimama ni Majutsu wo Kiwamemasu anime is based on a Japanese light novel series written by Kenkyo na Circle and illustrated by Meru. The story first appeared online on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in October 2019. Later, Kodansha acquired the rights, publishing seven volumes since July 2020 under their Kodansha Ranobe Bunko imprint. Additionally, there’s a manga adaptation by Yōsuke Kokuzawa, serialized on Kodansha’s Magazine Pocket website and app since June 2020, with thirteen tankōbon volumes available as of November 2023.