The anime adaptation of Kurokata’s fantasy light novel series, “Chiyu Mahō no Machigatta Tsukai-kata: Senjō o Kakeru Kaifuku Yōin” (The Wrong Way to Use Healing Magic: Recovery Team Running Through the Battlefield), revealed its debut “official” full trailer on Sunday.
This exciting trailer features English, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) subtitles. Alongside introducing the character voices for the first time, the preview also unveils cast member Atsuko Tanaka and the talented musical composers.
Scheduled for a 2024 premiere, the upcoming anime will be helmed by Takahide Ogata, known for works like “Kaiketsu Zorori: Lalala♪ Star Tanjō” and “Motto! Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori.” This intriguing production is a collaborative effort between Studio Add, renowned for its creative animations, and Shinei Animation. Overseeing the series scripts is Shogo Yasukawa, recognized for contributions to “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma” and “Quality Assurance in Another World.”
Contributing her talents to character design is Yōko Tanabe, acclaimed for her work on “Handyman Saitō in Another World.”
The narrative of this “slapstick isekai fantasy with gags and battles” commences as ordinary high schooler Usato unexpectedly crosses paths with student council president Suzune and fellow classmate Kazuki during his journey home. An enchanting twist of fate whisks all three into an alternate realm through a mesmerizing magic circle.
In this foreign domain, the trio is summoned with the noble mission of thwarting a demon king’s menacing army and salvaging the imperiled kingdom. However, the roles of heroes seem destined only for Suzune and Kazuki, leaving Usato inadvertently embroiled in their heroic escapades.
Yet, a surprising turn of events ensues when Usato’s possession of scarce healing mage wisdom comes to light. Seized by a mysterious woman named Rose, leader of the life-saving corps, Usato is conscripted into their extraordinary ranks.
The saga’s origins trace back to Kurokata’s inception of the light novel series on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in March 2014. The saga’s first installment was officially published by MF Books imprint in March 2016, enriched with illustrations by KeG.
This epic tale reached its riveting conclusion with the twelfth and final volume in March 2020. In parallel, Reki Kyūgazan expertly adapts the saga into a captivating manga series, with Kadokawa presenting the twelfth volume on March 25, marking another milestone in this remarkable journey.