On Monday, the official site for the anime Am I Actually the Strongest? released the first official trailer for the upcoming series. Besides showing bad parenting, the trailer also reveals new cast members.
In September 2022, the official site announced the anime adaptation. Am I Actually the Strongest will premiere in July, according to the anime’s official website.
A large audience that has followed the novellas and manga for years eagerly awaits this adaptation, and if is to judge by the trailer, they won’t be disappointed.
Am I Actually the Strongest? Staff and Cast
The new trailer revealed new cast members including:
Wakana Kuramochi as Liza, a maid of the Zenfis household
Ami Koshimizu as Irisphilia, a girl that goes to the same academy as Hart
Shinnosuke Tachibana as Laius, the son of the king
Manaka Iwami as Marianne, the daughter of the king
Misaki Kuno as Tearietta Luseiannel, a professor of ancient magic
The main cast of the anime includes:
- Ayumu Murase as Hart Zenfis, a shut-in reincarnated in another world as an abandoned baby
- Atsumi Tanezaki as Charlotte Zenfis, Hart’s younger sister
- Ayaka Shimizu as Flay, a Fenrir who became Hart’s servant after a certain incident
Staple Entertainment is adapting the anime, with Takashi Naoya as director and Matsuo Asami as assistant director. Tatsuya Takahashi will oversee the script and will co-write it with Tetsuya Yamada. Shōko Yasuda will design the characters.
About Am I Actually the Strongest?
To be reincarnated into another world with the promise of a “cheat” power is one thing… but to be reborn as a baby, and then left for dead after your royal parents think you’re powerless?? That’s another thing entirely! Now the newly-born Reinhart—or Hart to his new friends—must find his way through a dangerous world…but luckily he’s got magic that’s quite literally off the charts!
Am I Actually the Strongest? is a light novel series that was originally published via the novel posting website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in September 2018. Later, Kodansha picked up the story and serialized it in print. Sai Sumimori wrote the story, while Ai Takahashi illustrated it. Manga adaptations began publishing on the Niconico-based web manga platform Suiyōbi no Sirius in April 2019.
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Crunchyroll will stream the series.
Source: Official Site