Too many Losing Heroines Anime awaits July Premiere, Unveils PV.

Great news for all anime lovers out there. TV Anime Too Many Losing Heroines anime revealed the first promotional video on Sunday further revealing the main cast, staff, and its July debut. The official website light novel series turned anime unveiled the ending theme song and a character visual.

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Staff and Cast

TV Too Many Losing Heroines anime is adapted from the original light novel series written by Takibi Anamori, illustrated by Imigimuru, and later adapted into manga by Itachi. Shotaro Kitamura (Kaguya Sama: Love is War) is directing the series at A-1 Pictures while Aniplex produces the series. Masahiro Yokotani (RE: Zero- Starting Life in Another World) is overlooking the scripts and Tetsuya Kawakami (Full Metal Alchemist: Chibi Party) is handling the character designs. Hikaru Tohno has performed the ending theme song “LOVE2000”. Utatane Kana is composing the music.

Other staff includes

  • Art Director- Yuki Hatekeyama
  • Art- Kusanagi
  • 3D Director- Yuki Kuribayashi
  • Director of Photography- Yohei Miyawaki
  • Sound Effects- Takuya Hasegawa

Cast

  • Shuichiro Umeda (Blade of the Immortal) as Kazuhiro Nukumizu
  • Hikaru Tohno as Anna Yanami
  • Shion Wakayama (Dandadan) as Remon Yakishio
  • Momoka Terasawa (Sound! Euphonium 3) as Chika Ko
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The story of the TV Anime follows a high school boy, Nukumizu Kazuhiko lacks friends in school and is quite plain. One day He witnesses Many Popular girls Yanami Anna gets rejected and not just her all the girls surrounding face the same issue. Kazuhiko decides to cheer them up and help them find happiness.

Amamori’s light novel began publication under Shogakukan’s Gagaga Bunko imprint in July 2021. Seven Seas Entertainment acquired the license for English Publication.

Itachi’s manga adaptation began serialization on Shogakukan’s Ura Sunday website and MangaONE app in April 2022. Seven Seas Entertainment also licensed the manga adaptation.

Source: Too many Losing Heroines Anime official website

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