Redo of Healer: First trailer for the cruelest, most unfair and most provocative anime of 2021

The website is dedicated to Redo of Healer, the crazy work born from the pen of Rui Tsukiyo, recently released the official trailer for the 2021 anime adaptation. The series looks like one of the most violent of the New Year and despite major complaints, it is sure to leave tens of thousands of viewers speechless.

Remember this if you are unfamiliar with the job Redo of Healer is part of a new manga subgenre that exploded in the second half of 2010and mainly focuses on the issues of betrayal and revenge. In contrast to the classic "revenge manga" such as Berserk, Vinland Saga or Monster, this new sub-genre attaches less importance to the plot and instead focuses on the personality change of the protagonist, who mercilessly turns from hero to real sadist.

The protagonist of Redo of Healer is Keare, a common resident of the kingdom of Jioral, who is called "Healing Hero" by Princess Flare. After receiving her new title and unlocking healing abilities, Kaere reluctantly discovers that her class is loathed by everyone, heroes and residents of the kingdom. The protagonist is therefore constantly exposed to humiliation and extreme violence from the princess and the other heroes until one day she finds a way to turn time and return to the beginning of the story.

The scenes shown in Redo of Healer are extremely explicit, and the protagonist's revenge has often been debated by the fan base. Given the nature of Tsukiyo's work, It will be interesting to see how the anime deals with the most controversial scenes.

Takuya Asaoka (Senran Kagura Shinovi Master) directs the anime TNK studywhile Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Girls' Last Tour, The Life of a Slime) writes the script based on the original work. Junji Goto (High School DxD) draws the characters while the music is curated by Kenji Fujisawa (Baki, Baki-Dou). The anime will debut in January.

What do you think about it? Are you going to follow Redo of Healer? Let us know with a comment! However, if you're looking for newer series, we recommend checking out our list of the best fall 2020 anime.

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