Get ready to be whisked away into a realm of enchantment and thrilling adventures with the upcoming anime adaptation of "Reign of the Seven Spellblades"! This series is perfect for all you enthusiasts out there, and it's going to be an absolute delight. So, let's dive into the magical world together!

First things first, mark your calendars because the anime is set to premiere on July 7th in Japan. Oh, I can already feel the excitement tingling in the air! And guess what? We've got a fantastic sneak peek with the release of the second promotional video.

But that's not all—the video also gives us a taste of the awesome musical treats in store for us. The opening theme, "Kenka feat. Mimizuko & Fukuro", will be performed by the talented Kujira Yumemi. And as if that wasn't enough, Kujira Yumemi will also grace us with the ending theme, "Aimu feat. Tsumugi Shachi from Kiminone".

Now, about the creative minds behind this captivating series. Written by Bokuto Uno and beautifully illustrated by Ruria Miyuki, the light novels first captured our imaginations in September 2018. And now they're making their way to the small screen! The manga adaptation by Sakae Esuno has been gracing the pages of Monthly Shounen Ace since May 2019, adding another layer of visual wonder to the story.

Voice Cast

  • Atsushi Tamaru as Oliver Horn.
  • Shinsuke Sugawara as Guy Greenwood.
  • Yuka Nukui as Nanao Hibiya.
  • Misuzu Yamada as Michela McFarlane.
  • Riho Sugiyama as pete reston
  • Hitomi Oowada as Katie Aalto.

Production team

With this dream team, we can expect a visually stunning and emotionally engaging experience!

  1. The anime is in the capable hands of director Masato Matsune at J.C.STAFF studios.
  2. Shougo Yasukawa, known for their work on titles like "Shokugeki no Souma" and "Trinity Seven" is responsible for the scriptwriting and supervision.
  3. Takehiro Suwa takes charge of character design and animation direction, while Kujira Yumemi, who's no stranger to the world of music, creates the captivating soundtrack.

Reign of the Seven Spellblades

Synopsis for Reign of the Seven Spellblades

Now, let's delve into the captivating story of "Reign of the Seven Spellblades." In a world of magic, there are rare and deadly irreversible techniques known as spells. These spells, along with their wielders, are shrouded in mystery, and only their absolute lethality is known to the masses. Every year, the prestigious magic school Kimberly welcomes a fresh batch of students, and their arrival is celebrated with a ceremonious parade of magical beasts, leaving everyone in awe.

Among the new students is the enigmatic Oliver Horn, whose indifference turns into fascination when he spots a peculiar figure: a girl donning a unique outfit and wielding a Japanese sword. From the moment of their entrance ceremony, Oliver realizes that things are not as they seem at Kimberly. Labyrinths, monsters, and other threats endanger the new students' safety. "Reign of the Seven Spellblades" follows the intertwined destinies of these two warriors as they uncover the dark truths lurking within the academy's walls.


So, get ready for a spellbinding journey filled with twists, turns, and unexpected surprises. Let's all gather around our screens and immerse ourselves in the captivating world of "Reign of the Seven Spellblades" when it premieres on July 7th. And don't forget to share your excitement with fellow fans, because adventures are always better when shared!

While we wait for the anime to grace our screens, why not dive into the original light novels or catch up with the manga adaptation? Immerse yourself in the captivating story of "Reign of the Seven Spellblades" and join the vibrant community of fans to discuss your favorite moments, theories, and character developments.

Let's embark on this magical adventure together!

Source: comic natalie


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