Love of Kill’s Teaser Trailer Features a Clash of Assassins

The upcoming Love of Kill anime has received a teaser trailer, which features protagonists and assassins Son Ryang-ha and Chateau Dankworth battling each other. At the end of the trailer, Ryang-ha asks Chateau for her name, to which she responds with suspicion.

Announced in July and set to release in 2022, Love of Kill is based on the manga series by Fe. The staff includes Hideaki Ōba as director, Ayumu Hisao as series composer and scriptwriter, and Yōko Satō as character designer. All of them had previously worked on Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-. Platinum Vision, which handled the animation production for Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-, is producing Love of Kill

The new teaser brings with it the addition of music composer Kei Yoshikawa (Mobile Suit Gundam AGEMemory of Eden) to the staff credits list, as well as the announcement of Hiro Shimono and Saori Ōnishi as Ryang-Ha Song and Chateau Dankworth respectively.

Love of Kill is described as:

Two assassins face off at a certain “workplace.” The cool bounty hunter Chateau and the mysterious and powerful Ryang-Ha. Chateau and Ryang-Ha become enemies after this fight—at least, they should have, but for some reason Ryang-Ha takes a liking to Chateau and begins following her around. Little by little, Chateau develops a cooperative partnership with Ryang-Ha, which gets her caught up in the struggle against the organizations hunting him down. Furthermore, that battle is related to her past as well. Why did Ryang-Ha approach Chateau? What is Chateau’s secret past? Two mismatched assassins weave together a twisted “Assassin X Assassin” thriller. The strange gears of fate begin to move.

Source: KADOKAWAanime YouTube channel

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