A Nobody’s Way Up to an Exploration Hero Premiers

The premiere of A Nobody’s Way Up to an Exploration Hero, the television anime adaptation of Kaito’s Mob kara Hajimaru Tansaku Eiyūtan light novel series, has been announced on the official website.

Fans can look forward to the A Nobody’s Way Up to an Exploration Hero anime airing on Tokyo MX and BS NTV in July.

A Nobody’s Way Up to an Exploration Hero: Plot

A Nobodys Way Up to an Exploration Hero 1 A Nobody's Way Up to an Exploration Hero Premiers

Kaito Takagi is a high school student with a mob character and low status in the light novel’ story. He’s a regular explorer who enjoys hunting slimes in the dungeons that frequently appear in Japan. One day, he comes across an unfamiliar golden slime.

Despite his confusion, he successfully overcomes the slime and acquires a highly coveted item known as the “servant card.” This card has the ability to summon legendary creatures and holds an immense value of hundreds of millions. He calls forth a valkyrie, a stunning warrior maiden. Kaito embarks on an exciting journey to transform himself from an ordinary individual into a legendary hero.

The anime is being directed by Tomoki Kobayashi, known for his work on Utawarerumono, Takunomi., and Akame ga KILL!, and is being produced by Starry Cube.

Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, the talented writer behind Black Clover and Girls’ Last Tour, is in charge of the series scripts. Shōko Yasuda, known for her work on “My Happy Marriage” and “Am I Actually the Strongest?” is bringing the characters to life with her designs.

Keiji Inai, the brilliant composer behind the Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? franchise is creating the music for the series.

The anime features Yūya Hozumi as Kaito Takagi and Kana Hanazawa as Sylphy.

Sources: Comic Natalie

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