Based on the light novel by Quantum and Hana Amano entitled "I’m Quitting Heroing: Next Gig is at the Demon Queen’s Castle," the I’m Quitting Heroing anime adaptation will finally air on April 5, 2022.
If you are into a combination of action, adventure, and comedy set in a fantasy world, then this anime is suitable for your preference. The anime’s premise is also interesting as the viewers will be welcomed with a unique twist. What happens after a retired hero decides to seek a job from the demon king he previously defeated?
In this article, we have covered I'm Quitting Heroing's release date, studio, where to watch, trailer, and everything you need to know!
What is I’m Quitting Heroing About?
The anime centers on Leo Demonheart, the strongest hero who has utterly defeated the Demon King’s army. After defeating the demon forces, Leo struggles to pick up where he left off. This is because humanity has exiled him as a new threat to their survival. For them, Leo has become so strong that he can easily betray everyone. As a result, Leo is left with no other option but to seek the help of his previous enemies.
Upon arrival, he meets up with the Demon King to join forces with him. He informs the King that he’s looking for a job that will help rebuild the demon army. The king accepts Leo’s proposal, and he becomes his comrade in restoring the army he once defeated. More so, Leo starts using his power to aid the dying demon civilization since there is so much work to do.
However, in the process, he suddenly meets his former enemy, Echidna. According to her, there is much more than meets the eye to the reason why they are trying to invade human civilization. Once again, Leo has obtained a reason for living.
I’m Quitting Heroing Release Date
I’m Quitting Heroing or Yuusha, Yamemasu is set to be released on April 5, 2022, at 10:30 PM JST.
Accordingly, the total number of episodes has not yet been confirmed. It will be broadcast side by side with other upcoming fantasy anime such as The Dawn of the Witch, The Skeleton Knight in Another World, The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2, and The Executioner and Her Way of Life, to name a few.
I’m Quitting Heroing Countdown
I'm Quitting Heroing Countdown
Where to Watch I’m Quitting Heroing
I’m Quitting Heroing is set to premiere on April 5, 2022, at 10:30 PM JST on Tokyo MX, AT-X, and other affiliate channels in Japan. Meanwhile, Abema TV is streaming the anime online starting April 5 at 11:30 PM JST.
Likewise, HIDIVE is streaming the anime for global viewers. Hence global viewers will be able to watch the anime on the streaming platform with the following release times:
- Pacific Time: 6:30 am PT
- Central Time: 8:30 am CT
- Eastern Time: 9:30 am EST
- British Time: 2:30 pm GMT
On the other hand, Sentai Filmworks has licensed the anime for home video release.
What Studio is Producing I’m Quitting Heroing?
EMT Squared is working on the animation production of I’m Quitting Heroing.
The studio, established in 2013, is known to have worked on anime titles such as Nyanko Days, Ame-iro Cocoa Series, and Kuma Miko. The studio is known for heart-warming, slice-of-life comedy anime shows ever since it was established.
Yuu Nobuta is serving as the Chief Director of the anime with Hisashi Ishii as the director at EMT Squared. Yuu Nobuta has worked on anime such as Code Geass R2 (Episode Director), World’s End Harem, High School Fleet, and Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear. Meanwhile, Hisashi Ishii is the man responsible for the direction of Rainy Cocoa Side G and Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear.
Meanwhile, Shigeru Murakoshi (Kakegurui, Garo, Zombieland Saga) is in charge of the series composition. Lastly, Yuki Nakano (Plastic Memories, Gabriel Dropout, Himouto Umaru-chan) is designing the anime characters.
I’m Quitting Heroing’s opening theme song is performed by Minori Suzuki and is entitled "Broken Identity". Minori Suzuki has previously performed in anime shows including Card Captor Sakura: Clear Card-hen, Macross, Tejina-senpai, and Amanchu!Advance.
In terms of voice actors, Kensho Ono (Kuroko’s Basketball, Owari no Seraph) is headlining the anime with his voice-over Leo Demonhart. Meanwhile, Kaedo Hondo (Diabolik Lovers: More Blood, Active Raid) is Echidna.
I’m Quitting Heroing Trailer
This coming April 5, 2022, we will be taking a look at Leo’s peculiar identity shift as he transitions from being a hero to being one of the enemies of human civilization.
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