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Failure Frame release date: Here is when the dark take on the isekai anime genre is set to debut

The titles for these anime are definitely getting longer

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The isekai genre of anime is usually a light-hearted, silly affair, with over-the-top characters and madcap antics. Failure Frame: I Became the Strongest and Annihilated Everything with Low-Level Spells is a decidedly darker take on the genre. Based on Kaoru Shinozaki’s light novel series, the Failure Frame anime is set to debut as part of the Summer 2024 anime season, but when is its actual release date?

Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly when the Failure Frame anime is going to air – we just know that it will debut sometime in July 2024. If we had to guess, we’d say it will be sometime in the first two weeks of July, but that might not be confirmed until closer to the time, something that isn’t unusual for the anime industry.

As the remarkably long-winded title suggests, Failure Frame focuses on a young man transported to a new world along with the rest of his class by the resident goddess, who is searching for heroes to aid her. However, Toka Mimori’s skills are completely overshadowed by his classmates and the goddess banishes him to a deadly dungeon where no one has ever returned. Understandably, he is a bit miffed at that overreaction on her part and, once he masters his unusual but incredibly powerful set of skills, he swears revenge on the goddess and the world he was brought to save.

If you’re looking for something along the lines of Konosuba but with a decidedly darker tone, Failure Frame could be the show you’re looking for when it debuts in July 2024.


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