I’ve not read Subachi and Nazuna Miki’s My Unique Skill Makes Me OP Even at Level 1 light novels, so I don’t know if the bunny girl becomes much more important later, but I do know she barely features in the trailer, and yet is everywhere on the thumbnail and promo poster.
Of course, it might just be fun fishing.
The anime hits screens in Japan in July, and Crunchyroll will simulcast the series at the same time.
MAHO Film is the studio, and Yuji Yanase (By the Grace of the Gods) is at the helm.
The series has been going since 2017, with seven books and a manga adaptation, with the 11th volume being published by Kodansha as recently as March. About 1.1 million copies of the story are in circulation, which isn’t bad!
Perhaps not surprisingly, it’s Kodansha USA who have the English rights to both the light novel and manga, and they describe it;
Ryota Sato gets the surprise of his life when he’s suddenly transported into another world and nearly clobbered at the hands of the young, pretty adventurer Emily Brown. This new world revolves around defeating monsters and profiting on whatever they drop—food, money, items, etc. Unfortunately for Ryota, he has no skills to speak of…until he learns he has the ability to get rare drops! Suddenly his luck turns around…or does it?
Via Anime News Network.
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