Liar, Liar Anime Releases Sarasa Trailer

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The upcoming Liar, Liar anime adaptation has received its second character trailer, which focuses on the red-headed Sarasa Saionji.

Liar, Liar is premiering on July 8, with Crunchyroll streaming the show outside of Japan. The anime is based on the KADOKAWA-published Liar Liar: Usotsuki Tenkousei wa Ikasama Cheat chan to Game wo Seisuru sou desu light novel series written by Haruki Kuou and illustrated by konomi, which began in 2019 and has 13 volumes as of March 2023. 

The story takes place on Academy Island, where the ranks of students are decided through “Games.” Protagonist Hiroto Shinohara is a transfer student who somehow beats Sarasa, the champion, and becomes the fastest to reach the rank of “Seven Star.” Hiroto’s rank is actually based on a lie, but he has to maintain his position in order to achieve his goal.

The staff of the GEEKTOYS-produced anime includes:

• Director: Satoru Ohno (“Love Letter” music video, “Caesura of Despair” music video) 

• Director: Naoki Matsuura (“Caesura of Despair” animation director) 

• Series composer: Momoka Toyoda (Shadows House Season 2 scriptwriter)

• Character designer: Yumi Nakamura (“Love Letter”)

• Music composer: MONACA’s Kuniyuki Takahashi (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Season 2 and 3 co-composer)

• Music composer: Keiichi Hirokawa (Garo Vanishing Line)

Meanwhile, the cast includes Genta Nakamura as Hiroto, Yukina Shutou as Himeji Shirayuki, Wakana Kuramochi as Sarasa, Jun Fukuyama as Seiran Kugasaki, Sora Tokui as Suzuran Kasami, Junya Enoki as Shinji Enomoto, and Saori Oonishi as Nanase Asamiya.

The light novels, which are published under MF Bunko J label, have also inspired a manga adaptation by Funa Yukina.


Source: TV Anime Liar, Liar Official Channel

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