At Anime Expo, the animes Level 1 Demon Lord, One Room Hero, The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen, and Dark Gathering make their debuts.

The following anime films will have their US debuts at Anime Expo, according to a HIDIVE announcement made on Monday:


On July 1 at 5:30 p.m. PDT, the television adaptation of Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero (LV1 Ma to One Room Ysha) by toufu will have its American debut.

On July 3, Tokyo MX, BS NTV, and AT-X will air the anime’s debut, and on July 6, Kansai TV will air it.

The anime’s debut will air on AT-X on July 3 at 9:30. (8:30 a.m. EDT).

According to the manga’s licensee, Seven Seas, the plot is as follows:

Max, a hero, vanquished the Demon Lord ten years ago. The Demon Lord fell into a long sleep to replenish his strength, but when he awakens, his body is merely a little representation of its terrifying shape. Max’s powerful hero, Max, lives in a filthy one-room apartment when the Demon Lord, now curious to know what his opponent is up to, visits him. The Demon Lord decides to live with Max and aid his former foe in regaining his dominance!

The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior (Higeki no Genky to naru Saiky Ged Last Boss Jo wa Min no tame ni Tsukushimasu. ), a series of light novels by Tenichi and Suzunosuke, will have its North American premiere on July 2 at 12:00 p.m. PDT.

On July 6, the animation will make its debut in Japan.

Both the original light novels and the manga adaptation are being published in English by Seven Seas, and they are described as follows:

Pride Royal Ivy discovers at the age of eight that she has been reborn and is set to become the evil queen and otome game’s ultimate boss. In her new existence, she has it all—a razor-sharp wit, boss-level abilities, and sway over the realm as crown princess. She was adamant on sowing dismay and disaster throughout the land. What kind of a grim future is that, I hear you ask? Princess Pride chooses to abandon her crazy villainous scheme in favor of defending the male love interests, cheating her way to the best possible outcome. Will her country eventually come to love this ultimate boss?

On July 3 at 8:30 p.m. PDT, the television anime adaptation of Kenichi Kond’s Dark Gathering manga will have its North American debut, according to a HIDIVE announcement on Thursday.

July will see the anime’s Japanese premiere.

Keitar Gentga, a spirit medium with whom the manga is most concerned, serves as its protagonist. He included another person in a spirit possession episode in junior high school, and as a result he has been confined for more than two years. He meets Yayoi Hzuki, a smart girl, as he reintroduces himself to society as a private instructor. Keitar is invited to accompany Yayoi to a haunted site since she can see right away that he has skill as a spirit medium. Following that, the two set out to capture bad spirits.

The Anime Expo will be held in Los Angeles from July 1 to 4 of this year. Premier Fan Badge scheme was recently abandoned by the conference.

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