The anime adaptation of Redo of Healer revealed two more voice actors, the show’s opening and ending theme artists, and a date for the show’s premiere on AT-X and Tokyo MX.
This packed announcement came via the series’ official website today through the site’s Redo of Healer’s first promotional preview.
The anime releases January 2021.
Anime cast, music artists, key art, and staff
The cast of the anime announced so far is as follows:
- Yuuya Hozumi as Keyarga
- Ayano Shibuya as Freya
- Shizuka Ishigami as Setsuna
- Natsumi Takamori as Eve
- Minami Tsuda as Norn
- Natsuki Aikawa as Kureha
- Tetsu Inada as Brett
- Mami Fujita as Blade
Tetsu Inada and Mami Fujita are the cast’s latest additions. Minami Kuribayashi will perform the opening theme titled “Dream a Cruel Dream” while ARCANA PROJECT will perform the ending “If You Can Change The World in a Dream”.
Takuya Asaoka (Senran Kagura Shinovi Master) will direct while studio TNK produces the series. Junji Gotou (High School DxD) will adapt the series’ characters. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Girls’ Last Tour, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime) will supervise and write the screenplay, and Kenji Fujisawa (Baki and Baki-Dou) will compose the music.
About Redo of Healer
The unusual story of Redo of Healer is about a healing magician, Keyaru, who’s exploited by others again and again. Then one day, he notices what lies beyond healing magic and is convinced that healing magicians are the strongest class. However, by the time he realizes that potential, he is deprived of everything. Thus, he uses healing magic on the world itself to go back four years, deciding to redo everything.
With scenes of torture, humiliation, and sadism, Redo of Hero is certainly a provoking story. Keyaru is forced to live with a collar and suffer abuse from his companions, turning him into a merciless and psychotic protagonist hellbent on revenge when he goes back into the past.
The light novel has been an ongoing success in Japan. Since its release in December 2016, it has sold 800,000 copies. Rui Tsukiyo began serializing the story on the Let’s Become Novelists website. Publisher Kadokawa later republished the story as four print volumes in July 2017 with additional art by Shiokonbuand.
Souken Haga launched a manga adaptation of the series on the Kadokawa website Young Ace Up on October 2017.