It is officially decided that The Strongest Magician in the Demon Lord’s Army was a Human, based on Ryosuke Hada’s original work, will get an anime adaptation in 2024. They just shared a bunch of new details, like the main cast, a sneak peek visual, and a preview video.
In the trailer of the dark fantasy anime adaptation of The Strongest Magician in the Demon Lord’s Army was a Human known also as (Maougun Saikyou no Majutsushi wa Ningen datta), which is set to be released in 2024! We get to hear Ike’s voice for the first time, voiced by Jun Fukuyama. The cast includes Hina Tachibana as Satie, Shizuka Itoh as Cefiro, Manaka Iwami as Dairokuten Demon Lord, and Azumi Waki as Lilith. The team behind this anime includes the original creator Ryosuke Haneda, original character design by KUMA, directed by Norihiko Nagahama, series composition by Touko Machida, character design by Masami Sueoka, and music by KOHTA YAMAMOTO. The animation will be produced by studio A-CAT.
The story of The Strongest Magician in the Demon Lord’s Army was a Human is about a powerful magician named Ike, who is part of the Demon Lord’s Army. People call him the strongest magician in the army. Ike, a demon with the ability to capture a fort all by himself, amazes both friends and foes by wiping out enemies with incredible magic. However, he holds a hidden truth that he can’t share with other demons: “I’m actually a human.” To keep this secret, Ike uses his modern knowledge and is treated as a great commander, becoming the driving force behind the Demon Lord’s army.
The Strongest Magician in the Demon Lord’s Army was a Human or Maougun Saikyou no Majutsushi wa Ningen Datta, is a Japanese light novel series. It was written by Ryousuke Hata and illustrated by Kuma. The story started being published online in February 2016 on a user-generated novel website called Shōsetsuka ni Narō. Futabasha later picked it up, releasing five volumes from September 2016 to April 2018 under their Monster Bunko label. Additionally, there’s a manga version with illustrations by Anajiro, serialized on Futabasha’s Gaugau Monster website since July 2019 and now available in nine tankōbon volumes.
Source: Comic Natalie