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Too Many Losing Heroines! Drops First Full Promotional Video

The upcoming anime Too Many Losing Heroines! (a.k.a. Make Heroine ga Ooisugiru! for the original title) just dropped its very first full promotional video. It’s just under a minute long, and it tells us more about the cast and crew, and that it will launch this July. In addition, it lets us listen to a clip of the ending theme song “LOVE2000” being performed by Hikaru Tohno in her role as Anna Yanami.

The anime is being made at A-1 Pictures with Shotaro Kitamura of Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden if helming the project as director. The person handling series scripts is Masahiro Yokotani, whose credits include Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai. Credit for character and sub character design go to Tetsuya Kawakami of Interviews with Monster Girls and Yu Saito of Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, respectively.

Looking toward the cast, Shūichirō Umeda plays Kazuhiro Nukumizu, Hikaru Tohno plays Anna Yanami, Shion Wakayama plays Remon Yakishio, and Momoka Terasawa plays Chika Komari.

The franchise got its start as a light novel series by Takibi Amamori and Imigimuru. It also has a manga adaptation by Itachi. Both of these series will start being released by Seven Seas in August, a month after the anime comes out. The publisher gave this description for the plot:

Plain, boring, and friendless Nukumizu Kazuhiko has witnessed something completely baffling: popular girl Yanami Anna was friend-zoned by her childhood friend and crush! In fact, all the popular girls around him are getting similarly rejected by the boys they like. Without realizing it, Kazuhiko becomes entangled in the relationship drama where all the leading heroines are losing out on love! Can he keep their spirits up and help them find happiness?

The first light novel debuted in Japan in 2021.

Source: ANN


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