The official website for the television anime of Masamichi Sato‘s () manga revealed on Saturday that the anime is delayed from this spring to a July premiere. The website did not give a reason for the delay. The anime’s director Kei Umabiki said on Twitter on Saturday that production on the anime is going well.
Crunchyroll will stream the anime as it airs, and it describes the series:
Despite its location in a remote region south of the continent of Felnarc, the island of Clayborne is made up of five small countries crowded together and in constant conflict. In the most remote reaches of the smallest and most peaceful country on the island, the Kingdom of Bayle, is the small village where a girl named Nikola lives a humble life. One day, while she’s out gathering firewood as she does every day, a massive dragon—a creature that’s supposed to only live deep in the mountains—appears in front of her. Just as it’s about to attack the village, a man named Haga rushes to the scene. Haga is a member of the King’s Seekers, a top secret investigation team. Nikola has never once felt bored with her peaceful life, even when every single day is practically the same, but after meeting Haga, she’s so intrigued by Haga and his travels that she decides to step out into the world herself… and then the learns the true nature of her world.
The anime stars:
- Kaito Ishikawa as Haga
- Hinaki Yano as Nikola
- Reiji Kawashima as Amano
- Rie Takahashi as Akira
Kei Umabiki ( season 2) is directing the anime at 100Studio and Studio Palette. Shogo Yasukawa ( anime franchise, ) is both overseeing and writing the series scripts, and Shigeo Akahori (, sub character design for ) is designing the characters for animation.
Kenichi Tajiri () is the art director. Sakie Suzuki () is handling color design. Ayako Otsuki () is the director of photography. Emi Onodera () is editing, and Takeshi Takadera () is directing the sound.
Kodansha USA Publishing is releasing the manga digitally and in print. The ongoing manga launched on Kodansha‘s service in 2020.
Sources: anime’s website, Comic Natalie