Nomin Kanren no skill Bakka Agetetara Nazeka Tsuyoku Natta. Anime Teaser Reveals Cast, Staff, October Premiere E! News UK
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Shobonnuit is Nomin Kanren no skill Bakka Agetetara Nazeka Tsuyoku Natta. (I kind of got stronger when I improved my farm-related skills.) The light novel series unveiled a teaser trailer and visual for the anime on Wednesday. The teaser reveals the anime’s main cast, staff, and October premiere date.
The cast includes (Note: Romanizations of character names are unofficial.):
Junya Enoki like Al Wayne
Minami Tanaka as Fal-Ys Meigis
Rumi Okubo as Helen Rean
Ayaka Suwa like Ruri
Norihiko Nagahama directs the anime to Studio A-Chat. Toko Machida (the [email protected], Chaika the Princess of the Coffin, Invasion from great heights) is in charge of the composition of the series. Masami Sueoka (Chōjikū Robo Meguru) designs the characters. Ryōta Katsuta and Maki Yamamoto are the color key artists. Daisuke Negishi is the artistic director, while Katsuhisa Takiguchi is credited for the artistic direction. Keisuke Takahashi is the director of photography. Yuichi Goto is the 3D director. Hiroto Morishita is the sound director, while Takuro Iga (Fuuka, Tsuki ga Kirei, Slow loop) composes the music.
In the story, a young man named Al Wayne vows to maximize all his farm-related skills and become the king of farmers. He ultimately accomplishes precisely that in order to live as the best farmer that ever was. However, the day he mastered these farm-related skills, his life took a completely different direction from farming…
Shobonnu launched the story on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō (Let’s Be Novelists) website on August 2, 2016, and Monster Bunko began publishing the light novel volumes with artwork by Sogawa on March 30, 2017. Monster Bunko shipped the fifth light novel volume on November 29, 2018. Aki Taruto serialized the manga adaptation on futabashathe Gau Gau Monster service, and futabashaThe Monster Comics imprint published the manga’s eighth volume on February 28. The story has over 800,000 copies in circulation.