‘Am I Actually The Strongest’ Isekai Is Getting An Anime Adaption

It was announced that an anime adaption is coming for the 2019 fantasy series of isekai light novels ‘Am I Actually The Strongest?’ The series is written by Sai Sumimori, illustrated by Ai Takahashi, and published by the Japanese publishing company Kodansha.

Otaku USA magazine noted that “the official account for that version revealed plans for an anime adaptation. The TV anime is currently scheduled to air in Japan sometime in 2023, with more details to come.”

No release date has been confirmed, nor has a staff for the series been revealed.

They also released a visual for a promo:

The light novels have inspired a manga adaption also published Kodansha with illustrations by Ai Takahashi. Currently, there have been six volumes released with plans for more. It is currently licensed by Kodansha USA for its English release with Jacqueline Fung handling the translations and Nikki Dubois working on the lettering.

Anime News Network said on their website, “Takahashi launched the manga in the Kodansha’s Suiyōbi no Sirius section of the Nico Nico Seiga website in April 2019. Kodansha will publish the manga’s seventh compiled book volume on Thursday. Kodansha Comics published the sixth volume digitally on April 19.”

Right Stuf Anime describes the synopsis as follows,

“To be reincarnated into another world with the promise of a “cheat” power is one thing… but to be reborn as a baby, and then left for dead after your royal parents think you’re powerless?? That’s another thing entirely! Now the newly-born Reinhart—or Hart to his new friends—must find his way through a dangerous world…but luckily he’s got magic that’s quite literally off the charts!”

The series was first published on the online publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in 2018.

Sumimori is also known for his other series ‘If You’re a Wizard, Eat Miso,’ a comedy isekai that was adapted into an anime OVA.

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