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Madman Schedules ‘Kenja no Mago’ Anime Blu-ray Release

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Shin is ready to travel the globe on his own, but Merlin forgot to teach him something major—common sense!
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The anime adaptation of the Kenja no Mago light novel series from Tsuyoshi Yoshioka and Seiji Kikuchi debuted as part of the spring 2019 season under the name of Wise Man’s Grandchild. With the show getting a release through Crunchyroll/Funimation, Australian distributor Madman Entertainment has stepped in to bring it to fans there as well. The show is set as a regular edition Blu-ray release only for June 17th, 2020. It’ll be priced at $64.95 in bilingual form which will include a commentary track for episode eight, promos, and the clean opening and closings.

The series has Masafumi Tamura directing based on the series composition by Tatsuya Takahashi. Yuki Sawairi is handling the character designs with Silver Link working on the animation production.

The Japanese cast includes Yusuke Kobayashi as Shin Wolford, Shohei Komatsu as August von Earlshide, Rina Hon’izumi as Sicily von Claude, Yūki Wakai as Maria von Messina, Yūsaku Yara as Merlin Walford, Gara Takashima as Melinda Bowen, Miyu Kubota as Alice Corner, Arisa Shida as Toll von Flegel, Megumi Yamaguchi as Lynn Hughes, Juri Nagatsuma as Yuri Carlton, Chiaki Kobayashi as Tony Freyd, Keisuke Koumoto as Julius von Littenheim, Shōta Hayama as Mark Bean, and Saya Satō as Olivia Stone.

i☆Ris will be performing the opening theme song for the series while Nanami Yoshi is performing ending theme song “Attōteki Vivid Days.”

The light novel series kicked off in the summer of 2016 under Famitsu Bunko while a manga adaptation kicked off in early 2016 from Ogata Shunsuke with eight volumes out as of March 2018.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: A young man dies in a car accident and is reborn in a magical new world. The old, yet wise Merlin finds the boy, names him Shin, raises him from infancy, and teaches him combat and powerful magic along the way. 15years later, Shin is ready to travel the globe on his own, but Merlin forgot to teach him something major—common sense!

Check out the trailer for the novels:

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