Kinsou no Vermeil Manga Summons TV Anime Adaptation for July 2022

A teaser visual and trailer were released for the upcoming comedy series

 

Kinsou no Vermeil: Gakeppuchi Majutsushi wa Saikyou no Yakusai to Mahou Sekai wo Tsukisusumu has officially called forth a TV anime adaptation, putting all its devilish power into this teaser visual and trailer for the upcoming comedy series:

 

Vermeil and Alto from Kinsou no Vermeil

 

 

Aside from ecchi fantasy hijinks, the teaser trailer also gives us our first preview of the three main cast members (character romanizations not confirmed):

 

Yuuya Hirose (Takuma Akutsu in Val x Love) as Alto Goldfield,

a gentle but ambitious magic student who accidentally summons Vermeil

Alto Goldfield from Kinsou no Vermeil

 

Maaya Uchida (Catarina Claes in My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!) as Vermeil,

a mature devil who requires kisses from Alto to replenish her power

Vermeil from Kinsou no Vermeil

 

Wakana Kuramochi (Caph in The Duke of Death and His Maid) as Lilia Kudelfate,

Alto's classmate and childhood friend who has a crush on him

Lilia Kudelfate from Kinsou no Vermeil

 

Based on the manga by Kouta Amana and Youko Umezu, Kinsou no Vermeil is being animated by Staple Entertainment as their first full production. Takashi Naoya (Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won't Lose) is directing alongside Matsuo Asami as assistant director, with Tatsuya Takahashi (World's End Harem) as series composer and Kiyoshi Tateishi (Val x Love) as character designer.

 

Additional staff members were also revealed:

  • Sub Character Designer: Ayana Togashi
  • Chief Animation Directors: Kiyoshi Tateishi, Toshimitsu Kobayashi, Yukiyo Komito, Atsushi Aono
  • CG Director: Hiroyuki Ikeda
  • Color Designer: Ryouji Nagasawa
  • Art Director: Hiroki Ozaki
  • Director of Photography: Mitsuhiro Kuno
  • Editor: Tomomi Umetsu

 

Kinsou no Vermeil is scheduled to begin airing in July 2022.

 

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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