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I’m Giving the Disgraced Noble Lady I Rescued a Crash Course in Naughtiness Anime Shares Trailer

The anime I’m Giving the Disgraced Noble Lady I Rescued a Crash Course in Naughtiness: I’ll Spoil Her with Delicacies and Style to Make Her the Happiest Woman in the World! (known in Japanese as Konyaku Haki Sareta Reijō o Hirotta Ore ga, Ikenai Koto o Oshiekomu -Oishi Mono o Tabesasete Oshare o Sasete, Sekai Ichi Shiawase na Shōjo ni Produce!-) will be here this autumn! A trailer has been released alongside this news, with some info on the cast and crew.

Looking toward what we know about the cast, Tomokazu Sugita plays Allen Crawford and Saori Hayami plays Charlotte Evans.

The anime is being made at Zero-G and Digital Network Animation, with Takashi Asami of Pretty Boy Detective Club helming the project as the director. The series scripts are being overseen by Hiroki Uchida, who is known for working on Whisper Me a Love Song and Requiem of the Rose King. Credit for music composition goes to Masato Kōda of KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world!! Miori Suzuki, who worked as a key animator on Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, is here to do character design.

The anime is based on a light novel series written by Sametarō Fukada. Kodansha USA publishes the manga adaptation of the original light novels (done by Ichiho Katsura), and gave this description for the plot:

“What does a young noblewoman freshly betrayed by her betrothed need most? A crash course in everything naughty! And who better to teach her than the feared hermit sorcerer who for some reason can’t help but pamper her to no end?”

The light novels debuted in 2019 and are ongoing. They began coming out in print in 2020 thanks to Shufu to Seikatsu Sha, and at that point illustrations by Sakura Miwabe were added.

Source: ANN


Danica Davidson is the author of the bestselling Manga Art for Beginners with artist Melanie Westin, plus its sequel, Manga Art for Everyone, and the first-of-its-kind manga chalk book Chalk Art Manga, both illustrated by professional Japanese mangaka Rena Saiya. Check out her other comics and books at www.danicadavidson.com.