The upcoming isekai anime, The Reincarnation of the Strongest Exorcist In Another World, has released its very first trailer! An additional cast member and character visual are also revealed in the trailer. The opening and ending theme songs are also shared.
The opening theme song is “Reconnection” by Japanese band, angela, while the ending theme song will be “Link” performed by cast members, Azumi Waki, Nene Hieda, and Akari Kito. Studio Blanc is the animation production studio.
It is slated to premiere in January 2023 on select Japanese broadcast channels: Tokyo MX and BS 11. Crunchyroll will also stream the anime series.
The Reincarnation of the Strongest Exorcist In Another World Synopsis
Haruyoshi Kuga was the strongest diviner, but he was betrayed by his companions. He wished for happiness in his next life, so he tried the reincarnation technique on the verge of dying. And thus, he was sent to another world.
This time, he was born into a family of magicians. This should be good enough, except that the magic is weak in comparison to Haruyoshi’s previous abilities. He then decided to use his old techniques in this new world.
Watch the trailer here:
The trailer showed Haruyoshi’s previous life first. He was a very powerful diviner capable of exorcizing monsters raging through the village. But he was alone after he was betrayed by all people close to him. He then made a reincarnation technique before dying and he succeeded.
He got reincarnated as a child in another world named Seika Lamprogue, in a family of magicians. Their magical abilities, however, are nothing compared to his previous techniques. He makes friends along the way who also have their own abilities as well. Haruyoshi intends to live a happier life in this world while he utilizes his previous skills.
Cast & Character Visuals
The additional cast member is Kaede Hondo, and she will be voicing Princess Fiona Urf Alegreif of the Urdweit Empire.
Hondo is known for voicing Maple in BOFURI: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, So I’ll Max Out My Defense, Sakura Minamoto in Zombieland Saga, and many more.
The previously announced cast members are:
- Seika Lamprogue – voiced by Yumiri Hanamori, known for playing Ai Hayasaka in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, Nadeshiko Kagamihara in Laid-Back Camp, and many more
- Efa – voiced by Azumi Waki, known for playing Nagisa Minase in Girlfriend, Girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana in Tokyo Revengers, and many more
- Amu – voiced by Nene Hieda, known for playing Jinguuji Misaki in Love After World Domination, and many more
- Haruyoshi Kuga – voiced by Yuichiro Umehara, known for playing Gorou in Darling in the Franxx, Kureno Soma in Fruits Basket, and many more
- Maybell Crane – voiced by Akari Kito, known for playing Nezuko Kamado in Demon Slayer, Suzune Horikita in Classroom of the Elite, and many more
- Yuki – voiced by Yui Ogura, known for playing Alice Kurobane in Shadowverse, Ruri Yukimura in Maid Sama! and many more
Check out the key visual below:
The visual includes Seika Lamprogue in the middle as he is the protagonist. A fox creature is located at his right shoulder, in which this is Yuki. Efa is on his left, while Amu is on his right. Seika uses his diviner techniques from his previous life, which the strongest among others.
The Reincarnation of the Strongest Exorcist In Another World Light Novel Background
Kiichi Kosuzu is the author of The Reincarnation of the Strongest Exorcist In Another World that was published on an online novel website, Shousetsuka ni Narou! (Let’s Become Novelists!) in 2018.
Futabasha acquired the work to be published into a paperback and e-book, the 1st volume releasing in July 2019. As of September 2022, there are 3 volumes available. The 4th volume will be arriving in December 2022. Shirakomiso is credited for the illustrations on the light novels.
The Reincarnation of the Strongest Exorcist In Another World Manga Background
The light novel was adapted into a manga by Toshinori Okazaki, and serialized on Futabasha’s Monster Comics in May 2020. The 1st volume became available as a paperback and e-book in July 2020. As of July 2022, there are 5 volumes published.