On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga written by conoe and illustrated by Tenji Taguchi, Isekai One Turn Kill Neesan: Ane Douhan no Isekai Seikatsu Hajimemashita (My one hit kill sister) the project's first promotional video was unveiled. The video confirms that the premiere is scheduled for 2023 in Japan, while the platform crispy roll takes over distribution in the West.

The press release also revealed new members of the voice cast, including:

  • Tsuchiya River like Tanya.
  • Azumi Waki like Sophie.
  • sora tokui like fame.
  • konomi kohara like Kuon.
  • yuma uchida like Siegfried.

This is an adaptation of the web novel by conoe of the same title. Serialization began in digital service Sunday Webrybut was relaunched in the 5th 2020 issue of the magazine Monthly Sunday Gene-X after two chapters, with omake chapters serialized on the service Sunday Webry from the publisher Shogakukan.

voice output

  • Yuki Sakakihara like Asahi Ikusaba.
  • Haruka Shirashi like Maya Ikusaba.
  • Ami Koshimizu like Kilmaria.

production team

  • Hiroaki Takagi (The Great Jahy cannot be defeated!) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios kkou.
  • Youhei Kashi (Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART!) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Yuji Hamada is responsible for character design and animation direction while Maho Tanabé is responsible for the design of secondary characters.
  • Atsushi Tamura is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.

Summary for Isekai One Turn Kill Neesan: Ane Douhan no Isekai Seikatsu Hajimemashita

You know that series where the main character is sent to another world but his mother is sent with him and she is super powerful but also very loving to the main character? Yes, replace "mother" with "older sister" and you'll have a good idea of ​​what this series is about. In any case, he accompanies Asahi Ikusaba and her older sister Maya on their adventures in another world.

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