The Vampire Dies In No Time Gets October 4 Premiere Date, New Visual and Trailer, More Details

The anime adaptation of The Vampire Dies In No Time gag manga is set to premiere in October 4. The anime also received a new trailer (Japan-only) and visual, along with announcements of additional cast members and the opening and ending artists. 

The newly announced cast members include Yoshimasa Hosoya as Satetsu, Atsushi Tamaru as Shot, Shun’ichi Toki as Fukuma, Daisuke Ono as Hiyoshi, and Takayuki Kondō as Kameya. The five are joining Jun Fukuyama (Dracul), Makoto Furukawa (Ronald), Mutsumi Tamura (John), Natsumi Hioka (Hinaichi), and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Tō Handa).

Meanwhile, the opening and ending artists are Fukuyama and TRD respectively. The opening song is titled, “DIES IN NO TIME,” while the ending song is titled, “Strangers.”

The Vampire Dies In No Time was announced in 2020 and received a teaser trailer in March 2021. The manga by Itaru Bonnoki began in 2015 and released its 17th volume in 2021.

The anime’s staff includes Hiroshi Kōjina (Hunter x Hunter 2011) as director, Yukie Sugawara (No Guns Life) as series composer, Mayuko Nakano (WWW.WORKING!!) as character designer and chief animation director, and Asami Kawano (Boogiepop and Others storyboarder and episode director) as assistant director.

Other staff include Narumi Konno (Ace of Diamond Act II) as color designer, Hitomi Yoshida (Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun Season 2) as art director, Yoshiki Watanabe (Vinland Saga photography director assistant) as photography director, and Ryō Takahashi (Skate-Leading Stars) as music composer. Madhouse is the animation production studio.

The Vampire Dies In No Time‘s premise involves a vampire hunter called Ronald arriving at the vampire Dracul’s castle to rescue missing children, only to find that the supposedly invincible vampire is actually hilariously weak.

Source: The Vampire Dies In No Time Twitter

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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