On the official page for the animated adaptation of the manga by Naoki Yamakawa and illustrated by Akinari Nao, 100 men no Inochi no Ue ni Erz wa Tatteiru ((I stand on a million lives) a new promo video has been released for the second season of the project. The video confirms that the series has dated its premiere on July 2nd in Japan.

The first season was broadcast in autumn 2020 (October-December) and had a total of twelve episodes. Naoki Yamakawa and Akinari Nao started publishing the manga through the magazine Bessatsu Shonen magazine from the publisher Kodansha in July 2016.

Production team

  • Kumiko Habara ((Puri Puri Chi-chan !!, fighting spirits burning soul) was responsible for directing the anime in the studios Maho movie.
  • Takao Yoshioka ((High School DxD, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, Konohana Kitan) was responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Eri Kojima Y. Toshihide Masudate ((Isekai wa smartphone to Tomo ni) was responsible for the character design.
  • Satoshi Yano took care of the sound direction while Ken Ito composes the soundtrack.
  • The virtual YouTuber Kaede Higuchi will play the opening song entitled "Baddest".

Synopsis for 100 men without Inochi without Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru

Yotsuya Yuusuke, together with his classmates Shindou Iu and Hakozaki Kusue, was transported to a strange and unknown world where mythical creatures live. Once they arrive, they meet someone who calls themselves "Game Master" and then grant them a limited-time mission. To aid them in this quest, he also gives Shindou and Hakozaki the roles of a wizard and a warrior, while Yotsuya happens to be playing the role of a ... farmer ?!

Thus began a hectic adventure life for three students who now have no choice but to complete random missions for different stages of the fantasy world if they want to stay alive and protect the real world from the demons and monsters they encounter.

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