Anime enthusiasts can gear up for a new treat as “I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World and Became Unrivaled in The Real World, Too” is getting a fresh anime adaptation. Although specific details about this project remain undisclosed, it’s emphasized as a “new anime project” rather than a direct second season.
Adding to the fanfare, a commemorative artwork by the light novel series’ illustrator, Rein Kuwashima, spotlighting the character Lexia Von Alceria, was unveiled.
The debut season of “I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World and Became Unrivaled in The Real World, Too” graced screens from April to June. The narrative, penned by Miku and showcased under the Fantasia Bunko imprint of KADOKAWA, took flight in 2018 and boasts 14 volumes as of June 2023.
The novel series, as encapsulated by Yen Press, spins the tale of:
A young boy, who’s been the target of relentless bullying, discovers a mysterious door beckoning him. Crossing its threshold, he encounters a realm brimming with magical wonders and formidable monsters. But the most astonishing revelation is his ability to carry any artifact back to Earth. This newfound dual existence promises to redefine his destiny…
The 2023 anime adaptation witnessed Shin Itagaki, known for “So I’m a Spider, So What?”, as the chief director and series composer. Shingo Tanabe, the assistant director for “Wake Up, Girls! New Chapter”, took on the director’s role, while Hiromi Kimura of “Cop Craft” fame was the character designer and chief animation director. Animation production was courtesy of Millepensee.
- Yuya Tenjo: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
- Kaori Hojo: Akari Kitou
- Lexia: Kaori Maeda
- Kaede Kazama: Ayana Taketatsu
- Luna: Ai Kakuma