The upcoming anime adaptation of Hajime Kōmoto's "Mashle: Magic and Muscles" manga is in good hands with a talented production team.
During a preview screening of the upcoming anime adaptation of Hajime Kōmoto’s “Mashle: Magic and Muscles” manga, held on Saturday, a slew of exciting new details was revealed. Fans were treated to the full promotional video, a stunning new key visual, and the announcement of additional cast and crew members. The anime will feature the talents of Yuuki Kaji, Yuichiro Umehara, and Hiroki Nanami, as well as musical acts Taiiku Okazaki and Philosophy no Dance. The much-anticipated series is set to debut on April 7, much to the delight of fans eagerly awaiting its arrival. Brand new anime trailer and additional cast & crew details for Mashle: Magic and Muscles, airing on April 7th!
• Yuuki Kaji as Rayne Ames
• Yuichiro Umehara as Abel Walker
• Hiroki Nanami as Abyss Razor
• Sub-Character Design: Saki Hisamatsu, Nozomi Goto
• Action Directors: Takeshi Matsuda, Hiroaki Gōda
• Color Key Artist: Hitoki Takeda
• Art Setting: Hideyasu Narita
• Art Director: Yu Saito
• Compositing Director of Photography: Akihito Suzuki
• CG Director: Daisuke Fukuda
• Editing: Masato Yoshitake
• Sound Director: Satoshi Motoyama
• Sound Effects: Yui Ando
• Sound Production: INSPION Edge
“Knock Out” by Taiiku Okazaki will serve as the opening theme song for the upcoming anime adaptation of Hajime Kōmoto’s “Mashle: Magic and Muscles” manga, while musical group Philosophy no Dance will perform the ending theme song “Shū Cream Funk” (Cream Puff Funk). The series is set to debut on April 7 at 24:00 JST on Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, and BS11 channels, with other channels to follow. Fans worldwide can also catch the show on Crunchyroll as it airs. Get ready to witness the exciting blend of magic and muscles that Mashle has to offer.
• Chiaki Kobayashi as Mash Burnedead
• Reiji Kawashima as Finn Ames
• Kaito Ishikawa as Lance Crown
• Takuya Eguchi as Dot Barrett
• Reina Ueda as Lemon Irvine
• Hiroaki Hirata as Narrator
The upcoming anime adaptation of Hajime Kōmoto’s “Mashle: Magic and Muscles” manga is in good hands with a talented production team. Tomonari Tanaka, known for his work on “Engage Kiss” and “Visual Prison,” will direct the series at A-1 Pictures. Yousuke Kuroda, who has previously worked on “My Hero Academia” and “Mobile Suit Gundam 00,” will handle the series scripts, while Hisashi Higashijima, who worked on “Tada Never Falls in Love,” is in charge of character design. The music for the series will be composed by Masaru Yokoyama, who previously worked on “2019 Fruits Basket” and “Astra Lost in Space.”
The anime adaptation is listed as a “complete” adaptation of the manga. Fans of the series will be pleased to know that the manga has entered its final arc, with the 12th compiled volume shipping on July 4, and the 15th volume released on February 3 by Shueisha. With such a talented team behind the scenes and a captivating story to tell, “Mashle: Magic and Muscles” is shaping up to be an anime that fans won’t want to miss.
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In a world where magic is an essential part of daily life, a young man resides deep in the forest with his father. Though he lacks the ability to wield magic, he instead spends his time training his body, bulking up his muscles. Despite his peaceful life, danger comes knocking on his door one day, threatening to upend everything he’s worked for. But with his immense physical strength, will he be able to defend himself against the powerful magic users who seek to harm him? Prepare for a fantastical journey where raw muscle power takes on the might of magic itself in this thrilling tale of the extraordinary and the unusual.
“Mashle: Magic and Muscles” first appeared in Japan’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in January 2020, and has since garnered a dedicated fanbase. The franchise has expanded to include two novels and a highly anticipated stage play adaptation.
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