It has been a while since the The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor anime was announced (April, 2023).
But, just when you thought it might be a lot longer before the anime ever sees the light of day, a new The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor visual has been released featuring protagonist Jill Cervel clutching her sword and looking absolutely delighted with her upcoming new life. (see below)
The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor key staff
The new visual also came with an announcement about the anime’s key staff.
They are director Kentaro Suzuki (Angels of Death), Atsuo Ishino who is in charge of series composition, and Sana Komatsu (Season 3 of The Rising of the Shield Hero).
The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor anime series is based on the hit manga series written by Sarasa Nagase and illustrated by Mitsuya Fuji.
J.C. Staff is in charge of anime adaptation.
Volume 6 of the Japanese language manga was released today in Japan, while Yen Press is publishing the English language version of the manga series, with Volume 2 coming out last December and Volume 3 due in April.
They talk about the plot of the manga like this:
Jill Cervel, the magically gifted daughter of a noble family, dedicated her life to training for war. It was all for her fiancé and one true love, Prince Gerald der Kratos… until he sentences her to death for discovering his dark secret! In her final moments, Jill wishes for another chance at a normal life.
She just might get her wish, but there’s a catch—she has to propose to her kingdom’s future rival, the Dragon Emperor! It’s a reluctant vow for Jill, but it could end up changing the course of history…
There is no word yet on when The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor anime series (aka Yarinaoshi Reijou wa Ryuutei Heika wo Kouryakuchuu in Japan) will premiere, but rumor has it that it will be some time in 2024.
Let’s hope so as this one looks ridiculously cute.
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