Majimoji Rurumo Anime Cast, Staff & Visual Revealed

The official website for the anime adaptation of Wataru Watanabe’s manga Majimoji Rurumo has launched. The website has released some new information, including a new visual, some of the cast and the crew who will be working on the anime from J.C. Staff, which will be airing this July.

Here is the newly released visual:


The website has revealed who will be lending their voicing in the series. The site also revealed two character designs for the two  main characters of the series. The voice actors of the two main characters are:

Majimoji Rurumo Character Design Rurumo Maji Mojiruka

  • Suzuko Mimori (Sherlock Shellingford from Tantei Opera Milky Holmes) will be voicing Rurumo Maji Mojiruka


Majimoji Rurumo Character Design Kouta Shibaki

  • Makoto Takahashi (First major role) will voice Kouta Shibaki

    The following are the supporting cast:

    • Misato Fukuen (Konjiki no Yami in To LOVE-Ru) will voice Chiro
    • Shizuka Ishigami (Namu Mayu from Kenzen Robo Daimidaler) as Sumiko Inoue
    • Yurika Endou (Rina Sakai in Sakura Trick) as Tanako Kujirai

    In addition to the cast, the staff and crew who will be working on Majimoji Rurumo‘s production has also been revealed. They are:

    • Director: Chikara Sakurai (Little Busters!)
    • Script Writer: Mariko Kunisawa (Toaru Kagaku no RailgunShinryaku! Ika Musume)
    • Character Designer: Kazunori Iwakura (Nabari no Ou, Little Busters! ~Refrain~)
    • Sound Director: Satoshi Motoyama (Little Busters!WataMote)
    • Animation Studio: J.C.Staff (Toradora!Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo)

     Here is the first visual of the anime that released earlier in the year.


    The Majimoji Rurumo manga from Wataru Watanabe began in 2007. The series is published in Kodansha’s Monthly Shounen Sirius magazine. To date there are 7 volumes in the original Majimoji Rurumo manga that ended in 2011. Since then Watanabe produced two additional manga series, Magimoji Rurumo: Makai-hen – that ran through 2011-2013 for 4 volumes, and the current series Magimoji Rurumo: Houkago no Mahou Chugakusei that debuted last June. Wataru Watanabe is also known for his 2008 manga Yowamushi Pedal.

    Here is a synopsis of the series from MAL:

    Shibaki is a high-school boy whose only interest is girls. Except he’s been branded as the most hentai boy at school and the girls avoid him like the plague. One day he finds a book in the library about how to summon witches. He tries it as a joke, but it turns out to be the real thing. An apprentice witch named Rurumo appears to grant him a wish. Shibaki helps Rurumo and she in return refuses to take his soul. (This part of this story happened before the start of chapter1) When the story starts, Shibaki wishes he could see Rurumo again. His wishes is granted immediately as Rurumo falls from the sky and crash lands in front of him. He finds out that as punishment for not taking his soul she’s been busted down to an apprentice demon. Now, she must complete the task of getting Shibaki to use up 666 magic tickets that grant wishes before she can become a witch again. However, what she doesn’t know is that each time he uses a ticket it shortens his life. When the last ticket is used up, Shibaki will die. Shibaki knows this because Rurumo’s familiar black cat Chiro tell him as part of the “contract” for giving him the tickets. Now, Shibaki has a choice, make a wish and help Rurumo become a witch again or resist the temptation and try to save his own life.

    The Majimoji Rurumo anime will air this July, in the Summer 2014 anime season. Videos and additional information on the upcoming series will release in the upcoming weeks.

    You can visit the anime’s official website here:

    You can also follow the Majimoji Rurumo Twitter: @animerurumo

    Source Article and Images – Anime News Network
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    Source Images – Majimoji Rurumo Website
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