The first episode of the English-dubbed television anime adaptation of Sai Sumimori’s Am I Actually the Strongest? (Jitsu wa Ore, Saiky deshita?) novel series debuted on Crunchyroll on Saturday. The cast of the English dub includes:
- Kevin D. Thelwell as Haruto
- Kate Bristol as Charlotte
- Corey Pettit as Flay
- Christopher Wehkamp as Gold
- Jenney Ledel as Natalia
- Lydia Mackay as Gizelotte
Jose Sandoval is the ADR engineer, and Cris George is the ADR director. The mixer is Neal Malley. The scripts are written by Domonique French and Tyler Walker.
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The anime is being directed by Takashi Naoya (Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru, Tales of Wedding Rings), with Matsuo Asami (Real Girl, Val x Love) serving as his assistant. The screenplays for the series are being overseen by Tatsuya Takahashi (Val x Love, The IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls), and they are being written by Takahashi and Tetsuya Yamada (Val x Love). The characters are created by Shko Yasuda (Happy Sugar Life, My Happy Marriage).
Watch the trailer:
The manga series by Ai Takahashi that is being published digitally in English by Kodansha USA Publishing is described as follows:
It’s one thing to be reborn into a different planet with the promise of a “cheat” power, but what if you were resurrected as a baby and your royal parents thought you were powerless, leaving you for dead? That is a whole different matter! Now that Reinhart has been born, he must navigate a hazardous world with the help of his incredibly powerful magic. Fortunately, his new friends call him Hart.
The story is still being serialized by Sumimori on the Shsetsuka ni Nar website as of September 2018. In April 2019, Ai Takahashi published the first chapter of the manga in Kodansha’s Suiybi no Sirius section of the Nico Nico Seiga website.
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