China's video platform, Bilibili, reported on his official website that the animated adaptation of the light novels Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka? ((So I'm a spider, so what?) has exceeded 200 million cumulative views. To commemorate this achievement, a special illustration was published in which the text simply says: «Congratulations on more than 200 million accumulated views on Bilibili!».

The series has been airing in Japan since January 8th in Japan and is confirmed with a total of 24 episodes that will be aired in succession on the platform Crunchyroll responsible for the worldwide distribution. On the other hand, Okina baba Y. Tsukasa Kiryuu started publishing the easy novels through the publisher in December 2015 Fujimi Shobo.

Production team

  • Shin Itagaki ((Teekyuu, Berserker (2016), Cop craft) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Millepenseewith studies ENGI Participation in the production of CG animations.
  • Okina baba Y. Yuuichirou Momose ((Infinite dendrogram, Erz ga Suki nano wa Imōto dakedo Imōto ja nai) are responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Kii Tanaka ((Hitoribocchi no Marumaruseikatsu, Hinomaru Zumō) is responsible for the character design while Masahiko suzuki, Ryou Hirata Y. Hiromi Kimura You are responsible for the monster design.
  • Shuuji Katayama is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.

Synopsis of Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?

The world in which the hero and the demon king continue to face each other. The great magic of the hero and the demon king crosses worlds and explodes in the classroom of a certain high school. The students who died in the explosion will be reborn in another world. The protagonist, who has the lowest reputation in the class, was reborn as a spider. With great willpower, however, she quickly adapted to the present condition. This is the story of a spider who tries everything to survive.

Fountain: Bilibili

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