Shinka no Mi Anime Reveals PV, Additional Cast, Theme Song Artists

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On Wednesday, the official website for Shinka no Mi anime (Shinka no Mi ~Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei~ or The Fruit of Evolution ~Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made~) revealed its first promotional video. The website also unveiled details about additional cast, visual, airing networks and artists for theme songs.

The anime will air in October 2021 on TV Tokyo, BS-TV Tokyo, and AT-X.

Shinka no Mi anime’s opening song “Evolution” will be performed by Yoshino Nanjō and ending song “Moonlight Walk” will be performed by Poppin’ Party.

Check out the visual teaser:

Shinka No Mi anime
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The additional cast members are (Image – top to bottom):

Marina Inoue as Artoria Gremm
Tetsu Inada as Gassle Kroot
Yūka Nishio as Eris McClain

Alria
Gustle
Ellis

The previously announced cast members were (Image – top to bottom):

Hiro Shimono as Seiichi Hiiragi
Kana Hanazawa as Saria

Seichi
Saria
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Shinka no Mi anime staff are:

RolePerson
DirectorYoshiaki Okumura
Studiofeel.
Children’s Playground Entertainment
ProductionHotline
CharacterMinami Eda
ScriptsGigaemon Ichikawa
MusicHifumi, Inc.
ArtSAKO
Director of PhotographyHideki Imaizumi
Sound DirectorRyō Tanaka
Color DesignChieko Hibi
EditingIchiro Chaen
SariaSeo Gu Lee
Sound ProductionGlovision

A class of idols and attractive individuals are transported to another world. However, one person, our protagonist Seiichi Hiiragi, is a loser. Seiichi is alone until he is approached by a gorilla, who instead of assaulting him proposes to him. They discover the Fruit of Evolution in the new world and when they consume it, their lives are forever altered. This is his comic tale of evolution and the gradual formation of his harem.

Miku published Shinka no Mi as an amateur online novel on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in January 2014. Futabasha eventually bought the novel and began publishing it under the Monster Bunko imprint on September 30, 2014. The artwork for the light novel is being done by U35. As of February 27, 2021, 12 volumes have been released.

A manga adaption of the light novel series was released in Futabasha’s Web Comic Action magazine on September 2017. Miku is writing the manga and Sorano is doing the art. As of January 30, 2021, 6 volumes have been published.

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