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The Too Many Losing Heroines Anime Marks Heartbreak Day

The Too Many Losing Heroines (Make Heroine ga Oosugiru) anime revealed a visual of Anna Yanami for Heartbreak Day (April 20 in Japan). The anime adaptation will premiere this July. A-1 Pictures is animating the series with Shotaro Kitamura as the director. The cast includes:

  • Kazuhiko: Shuichiro Umeda
  • Anna Yanami: Hikaru Tono
  • Remon Yakishio: Shion Wakayama
  • Chika Komari: Momoka Terasawa

Masahiro Yokotani is doing the series composition for the anime, while Tetsuya Kawakami is the character designer. Kana Utatane is composing the music. Too Many Losing Heroines anime recently revealed a first trailer:

The opening theme song “LOVE2000” by Anna Yanami is featured in the trailer. As previously announced, ending theme songs will come from the “Makeine Ooen! Cover Song Series” performed by Anna Yanami, Lemon Yakishio, and Chika Komari.

The anime will adapt the Too Many Losing Heroines! light novel by Takibi Amamori, currently being serialized under Shogakukan’s Gagaga Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation illustrated by Itachi that began in 2022.

Shogakukan describes Too Many Losing Heroines plot as:
‘Who’s a loser heroine?’
I, Kazuhiko Nukumizu, an ordinary student in class, witness the popular girl Anna Yanami get rejected by a boy at one point.
“He said he would marry me, isn’t that awful?”
“How old were you at that time?”
“Around 4 or 5 years old.”
That’s just kids play.
This sparks the appearances of other girls with a sense of defeat, like the track team’s Lemon Yakishio and the literature club’s Chika Komari.
“Nukumizu-kun, girls can be divided into two types – childhood friends or stray cats.”
“I see, that’s quite the bold categorization.”
May fortune shine upon these girls who shine brighter after defeat. An mysterious youth tangled up with these “loser heroines” now begins!

Source: Official Website
© Takibi Amamori 2021 ℗ Shogakukan

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