6th Realist Hero Short Trailer Released

How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Part 2 has received its sixth short promotional video. The new trailer focuses on the character Roroa Amidonia.

The anime is set to premiere in January 2022.

Like the first part, the staff for How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Part 2 includes Takashi Watanabe as director, Gou Zappa and Hiroshi Ohnogi as scriptwriters, Mai Otsuka as character designer, and Akiyuki Tateyama as music composer. J.C.Staff is the animation production company. 

Meanwhile, the cast includes Yuusuke Kobayashi as Kazuya Souma, Inori Minase as Liscia Elfrieden, Reina Ueda as Juna Douma, Ikumi Hasegawa as Aisha Udgard, Kazuyuki Okitsu as Hakuya Kwonmin, Moeka Kahara as Tomoe Inui, and Masaaki Mizunaka as Poncho Panacotta.

The How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom anime is based on the light novel series written by Dojyomaru and illustrated by Fuyuyuki. The light novels, published under OVERLAP’s OVERLAP Bunko label, began in 2016 and have 15 volumes as of June 2021. 

How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom started as a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou in 2014. A manga adaptation under OVERLAP’s Comic Gardo label began in 2017.

The first part of the anime ran from July 3 and to September 26 with 13 episodes. It is available on Funimation, iQiyi, and bilibili.

Crunchyroll describes the first part as:

Suddenly summoned to a fantasy world and betrothed to the princess, Kazuya Souma is crowned the new king. Unlike the royalty before him, he won’t be using swords and magic to rule; will administrative reform really get this kingdom back on track?


Source: KING AMUSEMENT CREATIVE YouTube channel

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