Classroom for Heroes anime presents the “hero academy” trope, albeit with a unique twist. Because the most powerful hero decides to enroll in college as a regular student, the protagonist has made this unusual choice because he wants to be a “regular guy” with friends. In a recent announcement, Actas Studio confirmed that they are making an anime version of the popular graphic novel Classroom for Heroes. They have also released the first official image from the series. Here is all you need to know about it.
In case you missed it, the premiere of Classroom for Heroes was back in January 2015. This fantasy series by Shueisha chronicles the early adventures of two protagonists as they undergo hero training in a world populated by magical beings. The original version of “Classroom for Heroes” was a light novel by Shin Araki and Haruyuki Morisawa. The first volume appeared in 2015 under Shueisha’s Dash X Bunko light novel banner. Manga adaptations of the novel by Koara Kishida appeared in that year’s issue of Ultra Jump, published by Shueisha.
Classroom For Heroes Anime: Official Announcement!
Actas Studio’s next fantasy anime now has its primary cast revealed. The Saturday cast announcement for the upcoming Classroom for Heroes anime featured the voices behind the characters. In Blade, Reiji Kawashima will provide the male lead’s voice. Arnest Flaming’s voice actor will be Misuzu Yamada. Hina Kino will voice C Chulainn, and Nao Tyama will play Sophie.
There has been no additional news concerning the anime. The September 2021 premiere date was first confirmed on the official Dash x Bunko Twitter account. The light book series by Shueisha now has 12 volumes, and over 1.6 million copies have been sold. The official site for the anime released information about the voice actors and the first key image for the series in July of this year.
What Is The Plot?
The female protagonist, Arnest, looks down on those weaker than her. So, she has conflicts with Blade, the laid-back new student. A fight broke out at their initial encounter. Sometime in the distant past, a mighty demon ruled over all humanity and the planet until a mighty hero finally challenged him to a duel. Because of the hero’s victory, human civilization thrived. Rosewood Academy was founded as a safe haven from just these sorts of dangers.
At present, the Academy selects the most promising young people and trains them to become heroes who will defend humanity. Arnest Flaming, often known as the “Empress of the Flame,” is the top student in her class. Blade, a rather obnoxious-sounding boy, enters her life one day. Worse yet, her worst fears are fulfilled when the King himself orders her to welcome a new student who turns out to be Blade.
Classroom For Heroes Anime: Release Date
Animation studio Actas will bring Aula para héroes to life beginning in 2023. This anime is based on a light novel series by Shin Araki. It is a faithful adaptation of those novels. The September 2021 premiere date was first confirmed on the official Dash x Bunko Twitter account. Shueisha has released 12 volumes of the light novel series so far, and a total of 1.6 million copies have been sold. On July 22, 2022, Scholastic released Volume 13 of the Classroom for Heroes series. We will be sure to update this section as soon as there is any more update on this. Thus, keep an eye on The Anime Daily to get all the updates right here.