Crunchyroll Welcomes Tearmoon Empire to Its Anime Collection

(Last Updated On: August 8, 2023)

The eagerly anticipated anime adaptation of Nozomu Mochitsuki’s Tearmoon Empire light novel series is set to premiere in Japan this October. The show will be broadcasted on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS11, promising a captivating viewing experience for fans.

The star-studded cast includes Sumire Uesaka as the spirited Mia Luna Tearmoon, Tomori Kusunoki as the charming Anne Littstein, and Yuichiro Umehara as the enigmatic Ludwig Hewitt.

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Crunchyroll provides a tantalizing glimpse into the anime’s narrative:

“Surprise! I have a head, and oh my, I’m youthful!” Meet Princess Mia, aged twenty, from the Tearmoon Empire. Often labeled the “selfish princess,” she met her demise at the hands of a guillotine during a rebellion. However, her story doesn’t end there. Awakening within her twelve-year-old self, a blood-stained diary – a relic of her past – rests beside her pillow. This second lease on life propels Mia to a grand endeavor: rebuilding the empire.

Tearmoon Empire

Is her motivation rooted in Tearmoon’s future? Perhaps to stave off famine’s grasp or to honor fallen soldiers from the civil war? Not quite! Every move she makes in this new life is a strategic dance, ingeniously designed to avoid the ominous guillotine.

With an indomitable spirit, the seemingly inept and self-preserving princess engineers one remarkable feat after another, all in a daring quest to rewrite her destiny in this captivating alternate-history fantasy.

Mochitsuki embarked on the novel’s journey via the Shōsetsuka ni Narō platform back in August 2018. TO Books brought the tales to print, adorning them with Gilse’s intricate illustrations, beginning in June 2019. The enchanting narrative also spawned a manga adaptation by Mizu Morino, with its debut volume hitting shelves in January 2020.

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Notably, the manga’s exciting saga continues to unfold. J-Novel Club secured the licensing rights for both the novel series and its manga counterpart, ensuring fans worldwide can immerse themselves in this enthralling realm.


Source | Crunchyroll 

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Fauzia, a New York-based college professor and part-time anime writer of Indian origin, effortlessly marries her Hyderabad roots with her love for romantic manga and manhwa. Deeply passionate about anime, especially the character Ichigo, her writing continues to captivate fans worldwide.

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