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Loner Life in Another World to Stream on HIDIVE This Fall

Loner Life in Another World is coming to our screens this October and HIDIVE announced that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights in North America. Following the official announcement, John Ledford, President of HIDIVE hinted at a possible surprise: “We may have a special sneak peek for fans next week at Anime Expo 2024, so stay tuned!”

The Loner Life in Another World anime will adapt the series that started with a web novel written by Shoji Goji and published on the Shosetsuka ni Naro website in 2016. The series was picked up by Overlap in 2018 and published in print with illustrations by Boota. Boota did art for the first two volumes, after which Saku Enokimaru took over. A manga adaptation with art by Bibi is currently ongoing in the Comic Gardo magazine. Kaiten Books licensed the manga in English

Studios Hayabusa Film and Passione are animating the Loner Life in Another World adaptation with Akio Kazumi as the director. The staff also includes:

  • Series Composition: Kenta Ihara 
  • Character Design: Keiya Nakano 
  • Sub Character Design & Monster Design: Toshiya Washida, Hanako Kikuchi 
  • Art Director: Takeshi Sekino 
  • Color Design: Michino Fujiwara, Sakie Suzuki 
  • Director of Photography: Kouji Hayashi 
  • Editing: Ayako Tan 
  • Sound Director: Hisayoshi Hirasawa 
  • Animation Production: Hayabusa Film × Passione 
  • Animation Production Cooperation: FRONTIER ENGINE 

HIDIVE describes the plot of Loner Life in Another World as:
After getting isekai’d into another world with his entire high school class, “God” offers Haruka and his peers their choice of special powers so they can become fantasy heroes. But Haruka accidentally missed the power selection period, and now he’s stuck with the leftover abilities his classmates refused to take! Seemingly underpowered, he makes use of his unwanted skills to live a (surprisingly comfortable) life as a lone wolf…but his classmates soon learn their “superior” abilities aren’t as great as they’re cracked up to be, and Haruka may have to come to their rescue using ingenuity, creativity, and the leftover powers his classmates once snubbed.

Source: Press Release
©Shoji Goji, Overlap / Loner Life Production Committee

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