We hope you are currently enjoying one of the best newly released slice of life anime, Classroom for Heroes. Now, the officials recently released a new promo video for the series with the release of its 10th episode. Moreover, they also have a new key visual and new cast members for the series.
After getting so much love from fans for its light novel and manga counterparts, Classroom for Heroes finally released its anime adaptation in 2023. It first began airing on July 9, 2023, and has already released a total of 10 episodes.
Moreover, its 10th episode, “I’m Looking for Something Tastier than Me”, was just released on September 10, 2023. So, let’s get straight to this informative news story and find out all of its latest information.
Classroom for Heroes New Promo Video
On September 10, 2023, the officials released a new promo video for Classroom for Heroes with the release of its 10th episode. This new promo video was released on the Emotional Label YouTube channel, where all the past promo videos were released.
While watching this newly released promo video, you will also meet some new characters from the series. These new characters will be introduced in the next few episodes of the series.
New Key Visual and New Cast of Classroom for Heroes
On the same day its new promo video was released, the officials also shared a new key visual. This new key visual also features five new characters, along with the two main characters of Classroom for Heroes.
Here are the new characters in the series:
- Un, whose voice will be provided by Kanna Nakamura
- Deux, whose voice will be provided by Natsumi Takamori
- Trois, whose voice will be provided by Yoshino Aoyama
- Quatre, whose voice will be provided by Saya Aizawa
- Cinq, whose voice will be provided by Nene Hieda
That’s it for the post! We hope you found this informative news to be useful. Stay tuned with us for more of the latest anime and manga news.
Frequently Asked Questions:
You can watch this new slice-of-life anime on a very popular streaming platform, Crunchyroll. Moreover, you also watched it on several Japanese television networks, such as Tokyo MX, Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, and BS11.
Shin Araki is the creator of this newly released fantasy anime and wrote all of its counterparts, whether they were light novels or manga. On the other hand, Haruyuki Morisawa illustrates the light novel counterpart, while Takashi Minakuchi and Koara Kishida are the illustrators of the manga counterparts.
No, the second manga of the series is still ongoing, while the first one has already ended in 2015. Moreover, you can read all 18 volumes of its second manga on Square Enix and Comickey.
Source: Official Website