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'My Isekai Life' TV anime set for release in 2022 reveals teaser visual and website

Written by: Gabriel Castillo

Published on: September 17, 2021 at 20:00 PHT (GMT+8)

The official website of the television (TV) anime "My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Character Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World! (Tensei Kenja no Isekai Raifu ~Daini no Shokugyō o Ete, Sekai Saikyō ni Narimashita~)" announced on Friday that the series is set to release in 2022. Along with the announcement came the first release of the show’s teaser visual. The TV anime is based on the light novel of the same title written by Shinkoshoto and illustrated by Huuka Kazabana.

Yuji Sano | PHOTO COURTESY: © (c) Shinkoshoto / SB Creative / Reincarnated Sage Production Committee

The teaser visual features the story's main character, named Yuji Sano, using some form of magic up against a black background.

More on My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Character Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World!

The series, shortened to My Isekai Life, focuses on the story of Yuji Sano, a normal employee working in a company that treats their staff poorly. After a long day of work, Yuji returns home to find a bizarre message on his computer which invites him into another world. The new world has many game-like elements including status bars and skills. Yuji ends up becoming a tamer after taming a slime monster. Soon after, he obtains the ‘sage’ profession which awakens his magical powers.

REVROOT, known for works like “300 I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level”, is in charge of animation and production while Pony Canyon produces the music. The animated adapation was just announced in January of this year.

The light novel began serialization online back in October 2017 on a user-generated novel publishing website. Soon after, the title was acquired by SB creative and nine volumes have been released under their GA Novel label since May 2018.

With PONJEA as the artist, the manga adaptation of the series started serialization online via Square Enix’s online manga magazine Manga UP! Since then, the manga has been collected in 13 tankobon volumes.


Source: My Isekai Life official website, Comic Natalie


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