Noriaki Akitaya (Active Raid, Battle Girl High School)-directed yuri comedy is set to premiere on October 5
Following the first PV featuring the ED song posted in August, the official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Amatou's four-panel comedy manga Tonari no Kyuketsuki-san/Ms. Vampire who Lives in My Neighborhood. has started streaming a two-minute second PV introducing its OP theme song "†Kyutie Ladies†," and the voices of its two protagonist girls, Sophie Twilight (CV: Miyu Tomita) and Akari Amano (Yu Sasahara).
The TV anime Tonari no Kyuketsuki-san/Ms. Vampire who Lives in My Neighborhood. is set to premiere on AT-X on October 5, 2018. Its story is about a joint life by 360-year-old vampire Sophie Twilight and human girl Akari Amano. When being lost in woods, Akari is rescued by Sophie and falls in love with her at first sight. Akari goes to her house in spite of being uninvited and decides to start a joint live with her.
1st PV featuring the ED song
Both the anime's OP song and the ED song "Happy!! Strange Friends" are performed by its four main voice
cast: Miyu Tomita, Yu Sasahara, Lynn (Hinata Natsuki), and Azumi Waki (Ellie). The CD single including both
songs will be released on October 31.
The OP/ED theme song CD jacket
Main voice cast:
- Sophie Twilight: Miyu Tomita (Yume Nijino in Aikatsu Stars!)
- Akari Amano: Yu Sasahara (Mei Kunizuka in Happy Sugar Life)
- Hinata Natsuki: Lynn (Himari Takanashi in Interviews with Monster Girls)
- Ellie: Azumi Waki (Galko in Please Tell Me! Galko-chan)
- Sakuya Kurai: Rina Hidaka (Last Order in A Certain Magical Index)
- Yu Aoki: Aya Uchida (Kotori Minami in Love Live!)
- Director: Noriaki Akitaya (Active Raid, Battle Girl High School)
- Assistant director: Toshiki Fukushima (MAJOR)
- Series composition: Tatsuya Takahashi (Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko, BEATLESS)
- Character designer/Chief animation director: Takahiro Sakai (Yuki Yuna Is a Hero)
- Music: Yoshiaki Fujisawa (Love Live!, Slow Start)
- Anime production: Studio Gokumi, AXsiZ
The manga started its serialization in Kadokawa/Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive in August 2013,
then has moved to its Comic Cune since October 2014. Its latest fifth tankobon volume is released in
Japan today, September 27.
Manga 1st and 5th volume covers
©Amatou, KADOKAWA/Tonari no Kyuketsuki-san Production Committee