Tomokazu Sugita is cast in the sequel to the anime “The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made.”

The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made Season 2 (Shin Shinka no Mi ‘Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei’), the sequel anime, got a new cast member and some new artwork on Saturday, according to the official website.

Tomokazu Sugita joins the cast as Vitor, a brand-new character (Note: Character name romanization not official.).

The website also unveiled the images for the new characters Yutis (second picture below) and Gembel (first image below), although it did not specify who their cast members were.

A new character named Destra will be played by Miyuki Sawashiro. On January 1, 2023, the anime will debut.

Shige Fukase, the director of the “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” episode, has taken over as chief director in place of the former director Yoshiaki Okumura. The new character designers, taking Minami Eda’s place, are Iroha Mitsuki and Nobuhide Hayashi. The new composers, taking the place of Asuka Ogura, Hideyuki Gushimiyagi, and sky delta, are Hiroyasu Yano, Arisa Okehazama, and Yuki Sait. Music assistance is attributed to HoriPro. Backgrounds are credited to CSPG. The new art director, taking Seo Gu Lee’s place, is Mikihiro Harabe. For casting, Stay Luck is given credit. The new sound director, taking over for Ry Tanaka, is Hisashi Muramatsu.

Seiichi Hiiragi is the focus of The Evolution Fruit’s “animal dream” narrative, Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made! Even though he is at the bottom of the social hierarchy at his school, everything changes when everyone is suddenly taken to an other dimension, upsetting both him and his whole community. When a gorilla approaches Seiichi when he is all alone, rather than assaulting him, the gorilla makes a marriage proposal. Seiichi muses, “I guess a gorilla is nice too,” but then they discover the Fruit of Evolution, and when they eat it, their lives are abruptly transformed once more.

In January 2014, Miku started serializing the work on the “Shsetsuka ni Nar” (Let’s Become Novelists) website. With artwork by U35 (Lapis Re:LiGHTs, Aquatope of White Sand character designs), Futabasha’s Monster Bunko light novel label started printing the book in September 2014.

The light novel series has been licensed in English and Spanish by Hanashi Media, a new manga and light novel publisher located in the United States.

In September 2017, Sorano released a manga version of the books on the Web Comic Action manga website run by Futabasha.

A prior anime television series with 12 episodes that was based on the novels debuted in October 2021.

As the show was airing, Crunchyroll streamed it.

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