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'Uncle from Another World' announces 2022 anime broadcast, introduces cast

Written by: Nicole Castro

Published on: December 24, 2021 at 12:45 PHT (GMT+8)

Hotondoshindeiru's isekai manga series Uncle from Another World (Romaji: Isekai Ojisan) has announced that it will receive a TV anime adaptation by studio Atelier Pontdarc, scheduled to air in 2022.

The story features Takafumi's uncle who has returned to the real world after spending 17 years in a coma wherein he explored the fantasy world of Grand Bahamal. Below is the key visual featuring Takafumi's uncle along with Mabel, Elf, and Alicia.

The main cast are:

  • Takehito Koyasu (子安武人) as Uncle/Ojisan

  • Jun Fukuyama (福山潤) as Takafumi

  • Mikako Komatsu (小松未可子) as Fujimiya

  • Haruka Tomatsu (戸松遥) as Elf

  • Aoi Yuki (悠木碧) as Mabel

  • Aki Toyosaki (豊崎 愛生) as Alicia

The anime will be directed by Shigeki Kawai (河合滋樹), with series composition and scriptwriting by Kenta Ihara (猪原健太), and Kazuhiro Ota (大田 和寛) on character design and animation direction.


  • Original: Hotondoshindeiru (serialized in WebComic Apanta / published by KADOKAWA)

  • Director: Shigeki Kawai

  • Series composition, Screenplay: Kenta Ihara

  • Character design, Chief animation director: Kazuhiro Ota

  • Animation production: Atelier Pontdarc

Uncle from Another World (Japanese: 異世界おじさん) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hotondoshindeiru. It started serialization on Kadokawa Shoten's ComicWalker in June 2018. The manga is licensed in North America by Yen Press.

Synopsis from MAL:

Seventeen years ago, Takafumi's uncle fell into a coma, but now he's back like a man risen from his grave. Soon, Takafumi discovers two bizarre things: His uncle treasures video games above all else, and, while comatose, he was actually transported to another world as some heroic guardian! Now, not only does Takafumi have to room with an uncle who is literally magical, he also has to catch the guy up on two decades of history—smartphones, high-speed internet, modern anime tropes...and the traumatic outcome of the '90s console war!


Source: Isekai Ojisan official Twitter, official website, Comic Natalie


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