A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special Releases 3rd Trailer

A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special Releases 3rd Trailer

The A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special anime has received a yet another new trailer ahead of its October 7 (effectively October 8 at 12 AM JST) Japanese premiere. Its second trailer was released last week.

PV 3 includes a preview of the newly announced ending song, “6 wo Naderu” by Momosumomosu.

A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special is based on the Korean webcomic by Usonan and Wookjakga, which is an adaptation of the web novel written by Usonan. In Japan, the webcomic is serialized on Piccoma with KADOKAWA publishing the physical volumes.

Yen Press publishes volumes of the webcomic in English while Tappytoon and Tapas publish its chapters. The plot is described as:

Shadow Realms have ravaged the earth and decimated almost everyone in their way. The survival of humanity hinges upon the success of just six mages, including analytic fighter Desir Herrman. The remaining heroes make one final stand to end the bloodshed…but to no avail. Desir closes his eyes on what should be the end of his life—only to open them and see the beginning of his school days?! Desir has returned thirteen years back to the past, where he’s been given another chance. A chance to see the loved ones he lost, a chance to meet his fellow warriors again, and a chance to save the world…!

The A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special anime is produced by Arvo Animation and directed by the studio’s president Taiichi Kawaguchi (Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut assistant director). Other main staff include Takamitsu Kouno (She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man) as series composer and scriptwriter, Hiromi Katou (ID-0) is the character designer, and Kenta Higashiooji (Reborn to Master the Blade: From Hero-King to Extraordinary Squire) as music composer.

The cast includes Takuma Terashima as Desir Hermman, Sayumi Suzushiro as Romantica Eru, and Natsumi Fujiwara as Pram Schneider.

Source: Aniplex Channel

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