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The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor Shares Trailer and Visual

the do-over damsel

The anime adaptation of The Do-Over Damsel Conquers the Dragon Emperor (a.k.a. Yarinaoshi Reijō wa Ryūtei Heika o Kōryaku-chū in Japanese) is going to premiere this October. In the meantime, a trailer and visual have both dropped, as well as information on voice actors.

Here is the trailer.

Here is the visual.

As for the new voice talent, Shiori Izawa plays Rave, Mari Hino plays Camila, and Tatsumaru Tachibana plays Zeke.

It had previously been announced that Shu Uchida plays Jill Cervel and Kikunosuke Toya plays Hadis Teos Rave.

The anime is being made at J.C. Staff, with Kentarō Suzuki of Requiem of the Rose King helming the project as director. The scripts are being overseen by Atsuo Ishino, whose credits include Chihayafuru 2 and A Certain Scientific Railgun T. Credit for character design goes to Sana Komatsu, who has worked on The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 3.

The original novels are being published by Cross Infinite World, which gave this description for the plot:

Jill is sentenced to death by the crown prince, her fiancé. But just before she dies, she’s sent back in time six years to the party where their engagement had been decided. To avoid this route of ruin, Jill immediately proposes to the person standing behind her…but it’s the man who was her greatest enemy, Emperor Hadis?! Jill knows all about his future descent into evil. She quickly retracts the proposal, but the delighted Hadis takes her back to his castle and makes her a meal. Completely won over by the food, Jill makes a life-changing decision… “I’m going to reform—no, I’m going to make you happy!” It’s time to redo this life with the enemy!

There is also a manga adaptation from Anko Yuzu that’s being published in America by Yen Press.

Source: ANN


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