Classroom For Heroes Anime Reveals New Key Visual And Staff Info

The slice-of-life fantasy anime series will begin airing next year!


The official website of the upcoming TV anime series Classroom for heroes released personnel information and the first key visual on Wednesday. Classroom for heroes should be released in 2023 and will be produced by the Actas studio. The anime adaptation is based on the original light novel series created by Shin Araki.

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Official key visual

Classroom For Heroes Staff Information

Keiichiro Kawaguchi, who was recently appointed director of Spy classroomwill direct Classroom for heroes. Naoki Hayashi (Higurashi: When They Cry – SOTSU) will write the script. And Kosuke Kawamura (Mayo Chiki!) will be the animation director and character designer for the series. Classroom for heroes will be animated by Atlas studio, widely known for animating series such as Girls and Panzer (2012) and main princess (2017).

Anime announced last year

The official Dash x Bunko Twitter account originally announced the TV anime series in September 2021. The light novel series published by Shueisha has 1.6 million copies in circulation with 12 volumes currently released. Classroom for heroes Volume 13 will be released on July 22, 2022.

A long time ago, a mighty demon ruled over all the people and the land, until a mighty hero managed to challenge him in battle. The hero won and mankind prospered. To prepare for future threats, an elite Rosewood Academy was formed.

Today, the Academy selects the best of the best and educates them on how to become heroes and protect humanity. The school’s top student is Arnest Flaming, nicknamed “The Flame Empress”. One day, she meets a rather annoying boy who introduces himself as Blade. She thinks it’s the end, but when the king asks her personally to escort a new student and help him settle in, she realizes the new student is none other than Blade.

Synopsis of the light novel via Anime Corner News edit

Source: Official TwitterOfficial site

Briana R. Cross