Upcoming fantasy series I've Somehow Gotten Stronger When I Improved My Farm-Related Skills decided that a few more pieces of info were ripe for picking ahead of its October 1 premiere today, unpacking a new trailer that announces and previews the anime's opening theme song, "Growing up" by 7ORDER.
It was also announced that Pop Never Dies will make their anime debut with "Rolling Soul Happy Days" for the ending theme.
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Based on the light novels by Shobonnu and Sogawa, I've Somehow Gotten Stronger When I Improved My Farm-Related Skills is being directed by Norihiko Nagahama (Laid-Back Camp episode director) at studio A-CAT (She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man), with series composition by Touko Machida (Life Lessons with Uramichi Oniisan) and character designs by Masami Sueoka (Chojiku Robo Meguru).
Sentai Filmworks, who'll be simulcasting the series on HIDIVE, describes the story as such:
Al Wayne loves farming — and we don’t mean the video game sim. He wants to be a literal farmer, but in the process of improving his agriculture skills, he somehow winds up maxing out his overall character stats! He’s superpowered in the most unexpected of ways with abilities even the strongest of heroes would envy. Alas, all he wants is an idyllic farmer's life, but with demons and monsters invading the realm, Al may have to take up the mantle of hero just to keep his dreams from withering away!
Source: Comic Natalie
Der shy man behind @Shymander, Liam is a timezone-fluid Aussie with a distinct fondness for anime, Eurovision and creating odd stats projects despite hating math.
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