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Muse Asia Adds Ningen Fushin Anime

(Last Updated On: January 2, 2023)

Muse Asia has announced that it will begin streaming the television anime of Shinta Fuji’s light novel series “Apparently, Disillusioned Adventurers Will Save the World” (Ningen Fushin no Bōkensha-tachi ga Sekai o Sukuu Yō Desu) on January 3rd at 8:05 PM IST.

The series will be available in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, and Pakistan. In Japan, the anime will premiere on the Tokyo MX channel on January 10th at 11:00 PM and will also air on BS11, KBS Kyoto, and Sun TV.

The city of Terrane, located in the Holy Kingdom of Dinese, is home to a diverse range of people including adventurers seeking wealth, merchants, minstrels, aristocrats, priests, and beastmen. Nicknamed “Labyrinth City” due to its maze-like structure, Terrane is a melting pot of various professions and races.

Nick, a light combatant who has been kicked out of his party and betrayed by his girlfriend, is one of the city’s residents. Frustrated and fed up with everything, he heads to a local bar and shares his feelings with some of the other patrons. To his surprise, they all feel the same way and decide to embark on a new adventure together, despite each carrying their own personal wounds.

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The anime will be streaming on the ABEMA service in Japan one week before other streaming services. The show’s opening theme song “Glorious World” will be performed by Toki and the ending theme song “Never Fear” will be performed by Mao Abe. The original planning for the anime was done by Frontier Works and the series is being directed by Itsuki Imazaki with animation by Seven and character design by Hiroo Nagao. The music for the series is being composed by Ryō Takahashi.

The light novel series was launched on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in January 2019 and was published in print by MF Books in September 2019. A manga adaptation by Masaki Kawakami was also launched in September 2019 and both the light novel series and manga have been licensed by Yen Press.


Source – Muse Asia Facebook Account

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