Classroom of the Elite Anime celebrates its fifth year
Also on July 12, 2022 in Japan it will be five years since the premiere of the anime adaptation of the light novels written by Shougo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose, Classroom of the elite (Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e). The production was done by the studios milk and there were twelve episodes in the series.
In the same way that Hajimete no Gal (which curiously started airing on the same day), Classroom of the elite he sinned in describing it as a bad adaptation of the original story. The changes are counted by the piles, and even the manga is not safe from being classified as a bad adaptation as well. Thus, the light novel, manga, and anime can all cover the same story, but their execution varies greatly. fans of Classroom of the elite they will suggest you read the light novel to get the real gist of the story.
Perhaps it’s because of the poor execution of the adaptation that very few expected the second season to arrive five years later, and perhaps that’s why some people are still wondering how “they are going to straighten” the disaster that was made in the first season in this new sequel in broadcast.
The second season is broadcast from July 4 in Japan, and the platform Crunchyroll handles distributed in the West. In addition, the third season is also in production and is scheduled to premiere in 2023. On its part, Shougo Kinugasa Y Shunsaku Tomose they began publishing light novels through the track MF Bunko J from the publisher MediaFactory in May 2015. The publisher published a total of fourteen volumes (including interludes: 4.5, 7.5, and 11.5) for the “First Year Arc”.
Summary of Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e (Room of the Elite Class)
The Metropolitan High School for Advanced Education, funded by the government to educate a new generation, brings together Japan’s brightest young people on one campus. In this seemingly perfect institution, the reserved Kiyotaka Ayanokouji enters as a new member of the 1-D class, where he befriends one of his classmates, the antisocial Suzune Horikita. At first, his classmates revel in the relaxed lifestyle of the academy, taking advantage of all the state-of-the-art facilities.
Very soon, however, the facade of the Urban High School for Higher Education gives way to its true nature: only the classes with the best grades can fully use the school’s offer, and class D is the one further from that status. In Class D, which is at the bottom of the hierarchy, are all the “worst” students in the school. After this rude awakening, Ayanokouji, Horikita, and the rest of Class D must overcome their differences and take other classes in order to somehow disguise their position in Class A.