Hunters & More Join the Cast of The Vampire dies in no time. TV Anime

Upcoming adaptation based on supernatural comedy manga by Itaru Bonnoki hits Japanese TV in October of 2021

A promotional image for the upcoming The Vampire dies in no time. TV anime, featuring character settings for an armadillo named John, a female vampire hunter named Hinaichi, and a male half-human / half-vampire vampire hunter named Tou Handa.

 

Two courageous vampire hunters and an adorable mascot character have been announced for The Vampire dies in no time. (known in Japan as Kyuuketsuki Sugu Shinu), an upcoming TV anime based on the supernatural comedy manga by Itaru Bonnoki about a modern day vampire who falls in with a vampire hunter after the latter destroys the former's ancestral home.

 

The new characters include (pictured above, from left to right):

 

  • Mutsumi Tamura as John, an armadillo and Dralc's familiar.
  • Natsumi Hioka as Hinaichi, a deputy captain in the Vampire Countermeasures Division.
  • And Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Tou Handa, a half-human / half-vampire member of the Vampire Countermeasures Division.

 


Serialized in Akira Shoten's Weekly Shōnen Champion manga magazine, The Vampire dies in no time. tells the story of Ronaldo, a vampire hunter, and Dralc, an immortal vampire who is nevertheless pretty wimpy and always being reduced to a pile of ash. Ronaldo and Dralc end up living together when - after a misunderstanding involving some missing children - Ronaldo destroys Dralc's ancestral home, and soon the vampire and the vampire hunter form a team to investigate supernatural disturbances.

 

A teaser visual for the upcoming The Vampire dies in no time. TV anime, featuring the titular wimpy vampire Dralc and the vampire hunter Ronaldo hanging out in a dark alley. Dralc sits next to a garbage can and pets his armadillo, John, while Ronaldo leans cavalierly against the wall and tips his hat the the viewers.

 

The Vampire dies in no time. TV anime is directed by Hiroshi Kōjina and features animation production by MADHOUSE. The series is scheduled to begin broadcasting in Japan in October of 2021.

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

Copyright notice: © Itaru Bonnoki (Akita Shoten) / The Production Committee Dies in No Time

 

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