The 2019 light novel fantasy series ‘Tearmoon Empire’ from writer Nozomu Mochitsuki and publisher TO Books is getting an anime adaption from the Japanese animation studio Silver Link. After being announced in September 2022, information trickled out, but now there has been an update that assures fans of a release date for the Fall of 2023.
Crunchyroll said on their website, “Mia Luna Tearmoon will officially restart her reign with a fresh head on her shoulders (literally and figuratively) on October 7 at 25:00 JST (effectively October 8 at 1:00) in the Tearmoon Empire anime series…”
The show will be directed by Yūshi Ibe, written by Deko Akao, character designs handled by Mai Otsuka, and Kōji Fujimoto will be composing the music for the anime.
Voice actress Sumire Uesaka (Restaurant to Another World, Overlord) will tackle the role of Princess Mia.
The rest of the cast includes:
- Shun Horie (The Dangers In My Heart) as Sion Sol Sunkland
- Tomori Kusunoki (Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online) as Anne Littstein
- Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) as Abel Remno
- Yuichiro Umehara (Fruits Basket the Final) as Ludwig Hewitt
You can watch the trailer below:
Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,
“At the collapsed Tearmoon Empire, 20 years old Princess Mia, who was scorned as the selfish princess, was executed through guillotine. Instead of dying, she awakens to find herself back in her 12 year old body. Pleading to avoid the execution at all cost, she decides to rebuild the empire. As such, she would “put her own safety first.” Her supposedly selfish action, mixed with her knowledge from her first life, somehow charms the people around her instead as she works hard to turn her enemies in her first life to be her allies.”
TO Books also publishes a manga version of the series illustrated by Mizu Morino. J-Novel Club releases the light novel series and the manga in the United States.
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