A recent announcement regarding the release of another anime series comes straight from Japan. So far, we have hosted many anime series, including some from shonen, shoujo, josei. It’s time to welcome an isekai anime that may be your favorite fantasy series of this year. Bushiroad move recently announced that the light novel series titled “Black Summoner” will be getting an anime adaptation. It’s been 6 years since the debut of the light novel and since then, the creators haven’t shared any word about the plans for it. However, a good isekai anime is something that always ranks high and is loved by people.
The Black Summoner light novel and manga have already received a lot of popularity and now is the right time to adapt them into an anime. The light novel Black Summoner by Doufu Mayoi and illustrated by Kurogin was published by Overlap publications. A digital print of the same was released by J-Novel Club alongside the original light novel. Both prints debuted on June 25, 2016, and are still being added to the 15-volume collection. The light novel is an adaptation of the original novel series by the same author which was released on October 6, 2014. Whether novel, light novel or manga, the plot of Black Summoner has been loved in all forms, the same is expected from the upcoming anime series.
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About the Dark Summoner
After the release of the Light Novel series, a manga adaptation of Black Summoner was released. The manga followed the same plot but this time was illustrated by Gin Ammo. It was published by Overlap Publications, and like the light novel, its digital print was published by J-Novel Club. The manga was serialized in Comic Gardo Magazine and released on January 11, 2018. It is still ongoing and so far has been collected into 11 tankobon volumes. The anime adaptation of the series is highly anticipated and has now become possible. The plot of the upcoming animes will follow the original manga light novel plot. Its plot is a definition of classic isekai and revolves around a protagonist who is reincarnated or sent to a new fantasy world. Something similar is also going to happen in this series keeping the protagonist Kelvin at the center.
As he leaves a not very happy life, Kelvin wakes up one day in a strange place that is surprisingly new to him. Things really hit him when he was brought up that he doesn’t remember anything from his past life. Neither his belongings nor the memories of events related to his previous life remain intact. This is the result of sacrificing his memories to him in exchange for superhuman abilities. He now lacks memories from before his rebirth but has powerful new abilities. In the new world, he began to live a summoner’s life, his followers being the goddess who brought him to this world. As he began his adventurous life, he discovered his battle-obsessed inner self.
Light Novel ‘Black Summoner’ Gets Anime Adaptation
Bushiroad Move – a group of companies within the Bushiroad Company – has announced that Light Novel Black Summoner will be getting an anime adaptation. The announcement was released on Thursday, February 17, 2022 along with the anime’s voice cast and visual teaser. According to the details, the series will be produced by Satelight Studio which previously produced Fairy Tail in collaboration with A-1 Pictures. Other than that, ‘Last Hope (2018)’, ‘Girly Air Force (2019)’ are some of his works. The direction of the Black Summoner will be provided by Yoshimasa Hiraike who also worked in the series as ‘Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku’, ‘Tokyo Ravens’, ‘Momokuri’ and others.
The three main actors of the anime’s main characters are released, which include well-known voice actors. You will be able to see protagonist Kelvin from Koki Uchiyama, Efil from Manaka Iwami and Melfina from Reina Ueda. According to the official announcements, the series should give up in 2022, that is to say this year. A particular date and time for the release will be shared according to the tastes of the creators. Stay tuned with us for the latest details on the upcoming “Black Summoner” anime series.
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