Isekai Fantasy Grows Grim in I'm Standing on a Million Lives TV Anime OP Animation


Isekai fantasy followers take notice: the OP theme tune performer has been revealed and the OP animation has been revealed for I am Standing on a Million Lives (recognized in Japan as Hyakuman no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru), an upcoming TV anime primarily based on the manga written by Naoki Yamakawa and illustrated by Akinari Nao about an anti-social younger man who’s assigned an uncommon character class when he and his classmates are transported to a fantasy world.


The opening theme for the collection, entitled “Anti world”, is carried out by Kanako Takatsuki.



The unique I am Standing on a Million Lives manga is serialized in Japan by Kodansha of their Bessatsu Shōnen Journal manga journal, and an English language model can also be out there from Kodansha Comics, who describe the story of the collection as follows:


Ninth grader Yusuke Yotsuya is sensible, friendless, and never lively in any golf equipment. Then someday, he and two feminine classmates are instantly despatched to a different world the place they need to work collectively to battle for his or her lives. Yotsuya is a lone wolf and has at all times lived his life in accordance with his desires, however how will that work out now that he’s purported to be a hero?! Prepare for a one-of-a-kind fantasy story that may problem every part you thought you knew about fantasy!


A key visual for the upcoming I'm Standing on a Million Lives TV anime, featuring the four primary characters dressed as fantasy adventurers and standing on a mountain of corpses before a blood-red sky.


The I am Standing on a Million Lives TV anime is directed by Kumiko Habara and options animation manufacturing by Maho Movie. The collection is scheduled to start broadcasting in Japan in October of 2020.




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Copyright discover: © Naoki YamakawaAkinari NaoKodansha / I am Standing on a Million Lives Manufacturing Committee

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