The fantasy adventure anime Am I Actually the Strongest? (aka Jitsu wa Ore, Saikyou deshita? in Japan) is due to premiere in July and, this weekend, the first trailer was released via the anime’s official Twitter account just to give us a lovely taste of what we can expect.
That Am I Actually the Strongest? trailer not only gives us a look at Haruto being reborn in a new world — as a baby — but also introduces us to the cast who are voicing the anime’s supporting characters, and the cute and funny characters they will play.
The main Japanese voice actors who are part of the Am I Actually the Strongest? cast include:
• Wakana Kuramochi (Lilia in Vermeil in Gold) as Liza
• Ami Koshimizu (Elda in Otaku Elf) who is voicing Irisphilia
• Shinnosuke Tachibana (Yukito in Your Rhapsody) who plays Laius
• Manaka Iwami (Mahiru in The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten) as Marianne
• Misaki Kuno (Kurumi in Lycoris Recoil) who plays Tearietta Luseiannel
They will join Ayumu Murase who is playing protagonist Haruto Zenfis, Atsumi Tanezaki who voices Charlotte Zenfis, and Ayaka Shimizu as Flay.
What is the Am I Actually the Strongest? anime about?
Am I Actually the Strongest? is based on the light novel series written by Sai Sumimori.
The English-language translations of the light novels are being published by Kodansha, along with its manga adaptation illustrated by Ai Takahashi.
Kodansha currently has two volumes of the light novel out in English with the third one coming out in July, alongside seven volumes of the manga series.
Kodansha USA has this to say about the plot:
To be reincarnated into another world with the promise of a “cheat” power is one thing… but to be reborn as a baby, and then left for dead after your royal parents think you’re powerless?? That’s another thing entirely!
Now the newly-born Reinhardt—or Haruto to his new friends—must find his way through a dangerous world…but luckily he’s got magic that’s quite literally off the charts!
As for staff, the fantasy isekai anime is being directed by Takashi Nayoya (Vermeil in Gold), with Matsuo Asami (assistant director of Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won’t Lose) as assistant director, and Tatsuya Yamada (Kaina of the Great Snow Sea) in charge of series composition.
Shouko Yasuda (Wasteful Days of High School Girls) is character designer, with Staple Entertainment (Vermeil in Gold) in charge of anime production.
Check out the just released Am I Actually the Strongest? trailer below. Now doesn’t that look like the cutest and funniest thing?
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