Spy Classroom Reveals Teaser Trailer and Visual, 2023 Release


The Spy Classroom anime is set to begin in 2023. A teaser trailer and visual highlighting its cast have been released.

More cast members were revealed as well, with Nao Touyama as Sibylla, Aoi Yuuki as Monika, Sumire Uesaka as Thea, Miku Itou as Grete, Sakura Ayane as Sara, and Tomori Kusunoki as Annett. Previously announced were Sora Amamiya as Lily and Yuuichirou Umehara as Klaus.

The anime is based on the Takemachi-written and Tomari-illustrated light novel series, which began in 2020 and has seven main volumes and two short story collections as of March 2022. The eighth volume will be released on July 20, 2022. 

Yen Press describes Spy Classroom as:


Following a devastating military conflict, countries fight their wars in the shadows. One unusual spy, Klaus, has never failed on the job despite his quirks, and he is building a team to take on an Impossible Mission—one with over a 90 percent chance of failure. However, his chosen members are all washouts with no practical experience. They’ll have to use every trick in the book (and some that aren’t) to prove they’re up to the task!


The main staff for the anime includes Keiichiro Kawaguchi (Higurashi: When They Cry – Gou/Sotsu) as director, Shinichi Inozume (Platinum End) as series composer, and Sumie Kinoshita (Idoly Pride) as character designer. feel. is the animation production company.

The light novels are published under Kadokawa’s Fujimi Fantasia Bunko label. The series was the winner of the 32nd Fantasia Bunko award. A manga adaptation by Kaname Seu began in 2020. 

Source: Spy Classroom website

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