Yuusha Yamemasu Gets Anime Adaptation

The fantasy novel is finally getting a well-deserving anime adaptation. On October 20th, 2021, the official YouTube channel of Kadokawa released the first promotional video of Yuusha Yamemasu. Also, the video revealed the cast and explained the plot of the anime. Thus, fantasy novel fans are excited to see their favorite hero turn into a villain. Furthermore, the anime has a unique storyline that grabs the attention of viewers efficiently. Finally, the first episode of the anime will premiere in April 2022.

Yuusha Yamemasu:

Yuusha Yamemasu or I’m Quitting Being A Hero is a manga originating from Light Novels. Moreover, the manga has five volumes in total. The anime revolves around the most powerful hero Leo. Although he saved the world from the Demon Lord army, the humans have exiled him. Not only is his power feared among the humans, but he’s also neglected, ignored, and despised by the humans. Hence, Leo decides to join the Demon Lord Army.

Furthermore, Leo improvises many units of the army. Though the Demon King Echidna had rejected his proposal of joining her ranks, she accepted him after seeing his efforts. Moreover, we see a disturbing past about Echidna, which explains her hatred towards the human race.

Yuusha Yamemasu 1st PV:

The official YouTube channel of Kadokawa released a 1:44 minute-long PV on October 20th, 2021. Additionally, the video features the different characters of the series. Furthermore, it also revealed the storyline and showed some glimpses of battles and humor-filled scenes. Apart from this, the animation was also up to the mark. Hence we can say that Yuusha Yamemasu will be a feast for the eyes in April 2022.

The Staff Of The Anime

  • General Director: Yu Shinoda
  • Director: Hisashi Ishii
  • Series composition: Shigeru Murakoshi
  • Character design: Yuki Nakano
  • Animation production: EMT Squared

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Revealed Cast Of The Yuusha Yamemasu

  • Leo Demon Heart: Kensho Ono
  • Echidna: Kaede Hondo
  • Steina: Shizuka Ito
  • Lili: Hitomi Owada
  • Melnes: Yumi Uchiyama
  • Edwald: Toru Inada