The official site for the anime adaptation of the light novels written by Inori and illustrated by Hanagata, I’m in Love with the Touch (Watashi no Oshi wa Akuyaku Reijou), revealed a new promotional video for the project. The video confirms that The premiere is scheduled for October 2nd in Japan. and shows a snippet of the musical themes, including:
- Yuu Serizawa and Karin Nanami They will perform the opening song titled “Raise Y/Our Hands!!“, as well as the final theme titled “OC ～Best Combination～“.
In addition, Inori started publishing online through the website Shutsuka and Narou in January 2018, and the publishing label GL Bunko it publishes on illustrated paper Hanagata from December 2021. manga adaptation by Monomoto which is published in the journal Funny Yuri Hime from the publisher Ichijinsha from June 2020.
Voice was cast
- Yuu Serizawa Like Rae Taylor.
- Karin Nanami like Claire Francois.
- aim like Misha Jur.
- Ikumi Hasegawa like Lene Aurousseau.
- Sara Matsumoto Like Loretta Kugret.
- Minami Kurisaka like Pipi Barlier.
- KENN Like Rod Bauer.
- Daisuke Namikawa like Thane Bauer.
- You Hikasa like Yu Bauer.
- Hideaki Ooba (Hellsing Ultimate, Odd Taxis, Koroshi Ai) is in charge of directing the anime at the studios Platinum Vision.
- Ayumu Hisao (Dungeon and Deai with Motomeru and Machigatteiru Darou ka, Dragon Ball Super, Kono Oto Tomare!) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
- You Satou (Fullmetal Alchemist, Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven, Kakuriyo and Yadomeshi) is in charge of character design and animation direction.
- Noriyuki Asakura (Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romance, Sidonia no Kishi) and Usagi and Uma They are in charge of composing the soundtrack.
Summary of I’m in Love with the Villainess
Office worker Rei Oohashi wakes up one day to find herself Rae Taylor, the heroine of her favorite otome game, Revolution. It was any girl’s dream to be surrounded by attractive men vying for her attention, but that is not the case with Rae. None of them can compare to the villain, Claire François, whose blonde drill-shaped rings do not emphasize her terrible and irresistible charm.
In the original story, Claire harasses and bullies the heroine, making her close to male love interests. But Rae has no intention of pursuing any of the men; his heart is set on Claire herself. Unaccustomed to the affection, Claire is left with Rae’s unrelenting grief. With the power of true love, can Rae communicate her feelings to the villain?
Fountain: Funny Natalie