A television anime adaptation of the isekai fantasy light novel series As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I'll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World has been announced, and with it a new trailer and key visual to give fans a taste of what is to come!
Check out the trailer below now!
Not familiar with As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I'll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World? Here's a brief summary from the publisher for you to catch up with:
After thirty-five years of perfectly ordinary life, a run-of-the-mill businessman suddenly drops dead...only to be reborn in another world! Now he must live as Ars Louvent, scion of a minor noble family and wielder of a fabulous skill: Appraisal, the power to perceive the strengths and abilities of others at a glance.
He'll need it, too, because there are plenty of problems to solve in the Louvent family's territory! Ars only has one choice: recruit the most talented individuals his skill can find, and rise up to new heights in his brand new world!
Take a look at the cast and crew for the anime series below:
- Director: Takao Kato (More Than a Married Couple, But Not Lovers)
- Series composition: Yasuhiro Nakanishi (KAGUYA-SAMA: LOVE IS WAR)
- Character design: Yuko Yahiro (KAGUYA-SAMA: LOVE IS WAR)
- Sound director: Toshiki Kameyama (March Comes in Like a Lion)
- Music: Kujira Yumemi (In the Land of Leadale)
- Animation production: studio MOTHER
- Ars Louvent voiced by Natsumi Fujiwara (Damian Desmond in SPY x FAMILY)
- Rietz Muses voiced by Taito Ban (Suzaku Ban in Shinobi no Ittoki)
- Charlotte Lace voiced by Narumi Kaho (Futaba in Ya Boy Kongming!)
- Rosel Kischa voiced by Miho Okasaki (Rimuru in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
The television anime adaptation of As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I'll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World is expected to hit Japan's broadcasting systems in 2024!
A little information about the manga series:
In October 2019, Mirajin A started writing the series in the Shosetsuka ni Naro site. Kodansha began selling physical copies in Japan starting in July 2020. To date, four volumes have been issued, and all of them feature drawings by Jimmy. The manga adaptation was first published in Magazine Pocket in June 2020, and as of May 2023, eleven volumes had been released. The artwork for the manga was done by Natsumi Inoue. Kodansha USA is responsible for the publication of light novel and manga adaptations in the English language.
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