October Premiere Confirmed for ‘Heat the Pig Liver’ Anime, Main Staff Revealed

(Last Updated On: July 15, 2023)

The television anime staff for Takuma Sakai’s Heat the Pig Liver (Buta no Liver wa Kanetsu Shiro) light novel series revealed its debut promotional video and key visual on Saturday. The video not only announces the main staff and October premiere of the anime but also offers a glimpse of the main cast’s voice acting.

Masayuki Takahashi, known for his work as an assistant director on Higehiro, Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon, will be directing the anime under project No.9. Deko Akao, who has worked on notable series such as Higehiro, Komi Can’t Communicate, and Flying Witch, will be overseeing the series scripts.

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Susumu Watanabe, recognized for designing characters in series like Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! and Yōjo Shachō R, will be in charge of character design.

Heat the Pig Liver

Kenichiro Suehiro, known for his compositions in Cells at Work!, Goblin Slayer, and Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-, will be collaborating with MAYUKO, the artist behind the theme songs of Cells at Work!, to compose the music.

Heat the Pig Liver

In this isekai story, if one loses consciousness while consuming raw pig liver, they are reincarnated as a pig in a fantasy world, embarking on an adventure alongside Jess, a kind-hearted girl with the ability to read minds. This exact fate befalls an ordinary otaku with no remarkable skills or talents, except for being reborn as a pig.

Yoshitsugu Matsuoka lends his voice to the pig character, while Tomori Kusunoki voices Jess. These roles were previously showcased in Dengeki Bunko’s promotional video for the series in March 2020.

Sakai initiated the novel series, featuring illustrations by Asagi Tōsaka (known for The Demon Sword Master of Excalibur Academy and Girly Air Force), on March 10, 2020, following his second-place win in the 26th Dengeki Novel Prize in 2019. The seventh volume of the series was published by Kadokawa’s Dengeki Bunko imprint on December 9.

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Minami adapted the story into a manga, which debuted in Kadokawa’s Dengeki Maoh magazine in August 2020. The fourth compiled volume of the manga was published by Kadokawa on February 27.


Source | Comic Natalie

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