On Wednesday, Kakeru Kobashiri revealed on Twitter that his light novel series The Dawn of the Witch (Mahtsukai Reimeiki) is being adapted into a television anime. The anime’s premiere date is yet to be announced by Kobashiri.
The Dawn of the Witch light novel series is set in the same fantasy universe as Kobashiri’s Grimoire of Zero light novel series, in which the church and witches have been at war for 500 years and are now at peace. However, war embers continue to smoulder in certain parts of the globe. The plot revolves around Savil, a hopeless pupil at the College of Magic in the Kingdom of Wenias. Savil has lost all recollection of his life prior to enrolling in college. Albus, the headmaster of the academy, sends him to the southern part of the continent for special schooling, where witches are persecuted harshly.
『魔法使い黎明期』— 虎走かける＠黎明期アニメ化決定！ (@kobashirikakeru) April 27, 2021
In August 2018, Kobashiri published the first volume of the novel. On May 6, Kodansha will release the third volume. Tatsuwo’s current manga, which debuted in Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine in July 2019, is based on the novels. On March 9, Kodansha released the manga’s third volume.
To know more about the project visit Kakeru Kobashiri’s Twitter account
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