An official statement on the upcoming television anime adaptation of the Classroom for Heroes light novel series by Shin Araki and Haruyuki Morisawa was published on Monday, June 5, 2023 with the release date out
The cast and crew of Classroom for Heroes, many of whom can be seen in the trailer, have been confirmed in the most recent announcement. The launch date of Summer 2023 has fans buzzing about what is sure to be one of the most anticipated new shows.
Classroom for Heroes anime episode 1 release date, time, characters, voice actors list, where to watch ep online
Get ready as the newest addition, Classroom for Heroes anime is set to release on July 9, 2023. The next day, the sitcom will air on BS NTV at an unannounced hour following its premiere on Sun TV and KBS Kyoto. On Sunday, July 2 at 8 p.m. JST, the cast of the series will host a live stream event on their YouTube and Nico Nico channel, as noted above.
The Cast of Classroom for Heroes
- Haruka Shiraishi as Jessica
- Sarah Emi Bridcutt as Maria/Moe
- Aya Uchida as Iona
- Shūichi Uchida as Clay
- Tomohiro Ōno as Cassim
- Tomohito Takatsuka as Leonard
- Konomi Kohara as Eliza
- Rikiya Koyama as King Gilgamesh
- Tetsu Inada as Asmodeus
- Reiji Kawashima as Blade
- Misuzu Yamada as Arnest Flaming
- Nao Tōyama as Sophi
- Hina Kino as Cú Chulainn
- Eri Yukimura as Claire
Actas Studios is producing the animated series, and Keiichiro Kawaguchi is directing. The scripts are being written and supervised by Naoki Hayashi. Kosuke Kawamura is in charge of character design and animation. The series’ ending theme song, Another Self, will be performed by Akane Kumada, while VTuber Kaede Higuchi will deliver the opening theme, Bravery? Naturally?
Know more about Classroom for Heroes
The story takes place in Rosewood Academy, an institution that prepares individuals to become heroes and save the world. Arnest Flaming, a female with the best record in the academy, is an example of the kind of high-achieving student who would be accepted. She’s been tasked with mentoring Blade, a strange but upbeat new pupil whose power startlingly matches her own.
The first book in the series appeared in Shueisha’s Dash X Bunko light novel line in January 2015. Since this volume, Morisawa has done all of the series’ illustration work. On June 23 of this year, readers in Japan can expect to receive the 14th volume.