Skeleton Knight in Another World Anime Prepares for Debut with a New Trailer

Skeleton Knight in Another World is getting its anime series in 2022, as the fandom is reminded of the upcoming anime with a new trailer and a new art visual. Skeleton Knight is a manga series, and can be translated as Skeleton Knight Going Out in the Parallel Universe, is penned by Ennki Hakari and illustrated by KeG. The series has been around since 2014 when it was published on Shosetsuka ni Naro, a self-publishing service for novelists.

The production team behind the upcoming series has revealed a new full trailer along with a key art visual for the following premiere in spring 2022. The team also revealed more cast members and additional cast members that weren’t included in the first promotion with Tomoaki Maeno as Arc, Ai Fairouz as Arianne, and Nene Hieda as Ponta. It has already been revealed that the new anime will make its debut in April, around the time when Odd Taxi will release the feature film.

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The story of Skeleton Knight follows a boy who is a passionate gamer and who wakes up in a game world as a skeleton after he falls asleep one day. The boy’s name is Arc, and although he is equipped with weapons and armors, he is stuck with a frightening appearance of a skeleton knight. Arc has to find his way around the new fantasy world where he found himself in. He hopes to find peace and easy life in the new world, but everything changes for Arc once he meets an elven warrior.

The viewers will be following Arc on an adventure full of conflicts and surprises as he sets off with a beautiful elven warrior. The manga series currently has around 1.5 million copies around the world, while Ennki Hakari first published the story as a novel on Shosetsuka ni Naro, translated as Let’s be Novelists. The manga was published in 2015 with illustrations by KeG. The series will be streamed by Crunchyroll, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, AT-X, and BS11 channels.    

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