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Teogonia Unveils Trailer, Plus Staff, Music, Cast and Premiere News

Teogonia Fantasy Light Novels Grab Anime Series

We first got word in April that the Teogonia light novels were receiving an anime adaptation, and now a whole lot more has been disclosed, including its first trailer! In the trailer you can hear the ending theme song titled “Tsuki to Boku to Atarashii Jibun” (translated as “The Moon, Me, and My New Self”) being performed by STU48.

The anime will come out sometime in 2025. A couple members of the cast were also unveiled: Mutsumi Tamura plays Kai, and Kana Hanazawa plays Jose.

Teogonia is being made at Asahi Production, with Kunihiro Mori of SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors helming the project as director. The music is being composed by Kenji Fujisawa, whose credits include Baki Hanma and Hyakko. The person handling series scripts is Tomoyasu Okubo, who worked on the scenario for This Ugly Yet Beautiful World. Credit for character design goes to Koichiro Kawano, the light novels’ artist. Meanwhile, the anime is being produced by WOWMAX.

J-Novel Club publishes the original light novels by Tsukasa Tanimai in English, and gave this description for them:

In the harsh region known as the borderlands, humans must fight an endless battle against demi-human creatures that come at them relentlessly, intent on taking their land and their gods. A young boy named Kai, fighting to defend his village, sustains a life-threatening injury that causes him to regain memories from a past life. If you’re not a guardian bearer, it’s like you’re playing life on hard mode… Kai’s newfound knowledge gives him a new sense of the unfair “rule set” that governs the world around him. One thing is clear: For those without a god to serve as their guardian, life is a constant struggle for survival. Thus begins the epic tale of a young boy’s ascent into a vast world filled with magic, bloodshed, and mystery.

Source: ANN


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