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Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? Shows Off Action in New Trailer

Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World?

The upcoming anime Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? (original title Naze Boku no Sekai o Dare mo Oboeteinai no ka?) will be here in July, and ahead of this a trailer has dropped.

According to the trailer, Seiichirō Yamashita plays Ashuran, and Sayumi Suzushiro plays Saki. It had previously been revealed that Shōya Chiba plays Kai, Kana Ichinose plays Rinne, and Haruka Shiraishi plays Jeanne.

Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? is being made at project No.9, with Tatsuma Minamikawa of Wave, Listen to Me! helming the project as director. The person handling scripts is Satoru Sugizawa, who has worked on Love After World Domination. Hiromi Kato was tasked with taking the original character designs and reworking them for the anime.

The franchise started out as a novel series by Kei Sazane and neco. It launched in 2017 and concluded three years later, consisting of nine volumes.

It also has a manga adaptation by Arikan, which BookWalker Global is publishing in English. BookWalker Global gave this description for the manga’s plot:

War between the five races on earth – the humans, the “Demonic Race”, the “Wild God Race”, the “Spirit Race” and the “Phantom Beast Race”- has ended in the victory of humans.
It is said that “Prophet Sid” had sealed the other four races in the black pyramid now called “Crypts”.
Kai’s job is to watch the crypts and make sure that there is no change. He is also training to save humans when the other races break the seal and come back to this world.
The crypts looked quiet today…but after Kai felt the world bending in front of his eye…everything changed.
“World Rebirth” was activated…!!
Now Kai is in a totally different world where no one knows him. But he remembers everyone!

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.