Sequel for The Duke of Death And His Maid Anime Announced

The Duke of Death And His Maid anime is set to get a sequel. A special commercial was released as well.

The anime aired during the Summer 2021 anime season and ended on September 19 with its 12th episode. It is based on the ongoing manga by Koharu Inoue, which began in 2017 and has 13 tankōbon volumes as of July 2021.

Wakanim describes the anime as:

How can you fall in love when you can’t even hold hands? Due to a childhood curse, anything that the Duke touches will die—which makes his flirty maid’s behavior all the more shocking! Is there a way for the Duke and his companions to somehow break the curse, or is he doomed to a life where love is forever out of his reach?

The Duke of Death And His Maid‘s staff includes Yoshinobu Yamakawa (Hi Score Girl II, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) as director, Hideki Shirane (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) as series composer, SMDE’s Mitsuru Kuwabata (Hi Score Girl II) as character designer, and SMDE’s Yusuke Suzuki (Hi Score Girl II) as CG Director. 

Other staff include SMDE’s Yūya Hatano (Hi Score Girl II) as the character modeling director, Akira Suzuki (Hi Score Girl II) as art director, Miho Kimura (Hi Score Girl) as color designer, Shingo Fukuyo (A Certain Scientific Railgun T) as photography director, and Gen Okuda and Takeshi Watanabe (Otherside Picnic) as music composers. J.C.Staff is the animation production company, while SMDE is the CGI company.

Meanwhile, the cast includes Natsuki Hanae as the Duke of Death, Ayumi Mano as Alice, Hōchū Ōtsuka as Rob, Inori Minase as Viola, Wakana Kuramochi as Cuff, Hiroshi Kamiya as Zain, and Yūma Uchida as Walter.

Source: NBCUniversal Anime/Music YouTube channel

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