Kadokawa announced it on Saturday Minori Suzuki (Macross Delta) performing the opening theme song “Musical” for the TV anime to Miri Mikawa and ok‘s Sugar apple adventure light novel series. Shūji Kanayama composes the song, Yuho Iwasato writes the lyrics, and Hinako Yokoyama arranges the song. The single goes on sale on 25 January.
The anime will premiere in January 2023. Crunchyroll will stream the series as it airs. The anime’s cast includes Yuka Nukui as Anne Halford, Masaaki Mizunaka like Shalle Fen Shalle, Rie Takahashi such as Mythril Lid Pod, and Tomoaki Maeno as Hugh Mercury.
Youhei Suzuki (Urara Meirochō, The planet with, Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House) directs the anime towards JC employees. Seishi Minakami (A certain scientific railway gun, Occult Academy, No. 6) is responsible for the series composition. Haruko Iizuka (Umi Monogatari, School live!, Horimiya) designs the characters for animation. Hinako Tsubakiyama (Sabikui Bisco) composes the music. Flying dog is credited for music production.
Sumire Morohoshi (theme songs for Ascent of a Bookworm, BNA: Completely new animal) performing the ending theme song “Kanaeru” (To Grant).
Yen pressure has licensed both the original light novel series and YozoranoUdon’s manga adaptation, and it describes the story:
In a world where fairies are bought and sold to the highest bidder, humans aren’t exactly on friendly terms with the fairies. But friendship is exactly what Anne Halford seeks with Challe, her new adventure bodyguard, even if he’s not too keen on the idea. As his new master, Anne tasks him with escorting her through a particularly dangerous area, but with a reluctant bodyguard eager to escape a life of servitude, she must deal with much more than she bargained for…
Author Mikawa and artist ok launched the novels in April 2010, and concluded the series at the 17th volume in February 2015. The original novel series gets a new Collector’s Edition for the first three volumes. The volumes will ship on December 28; 1 February 2023; and March 1, 2023. In addition Kadokawa Beans Bunko launches a new arc for the novel series on December 28th.
Alto Yukimura published a two-volume manga adaptation of the novels on Hakusensha‘s Hana to Yume Online website from 2013 to 2014.
YozoranoUdon launched the novels’ second manga adaptation in Kadokawa‘s Young ace magazine in November 2021. Yen Press is releasing chapters of the manga in English at the same time as the Japanese release, and will also release the manga in print.
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Source: Press release