The anime adaptation of Kotoyama‘s insomniac vampire manga Call of the Night (Yofukashi no Uta) is coming in July. And with just two months to spare, the series has brought four more voice actors under its thrall — portraying four more vampiric characters.
First, though, a look at the new key visual, where you can catch a glimpse of the newly-announced cast:
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Gen Satō and Sora Amamiya were previously announced as series protagonists Ko and Nazuna. Joining the rest of the cast so far will be:
Eri Kitamura (Mina Ashido in My Hero Academia) as Nico Hirata, a vampire teacher who teaches night classes.
Shizuka Itou (Minako Aino/Sailor Venus in Sailor Moon Crystal) as Kabura Honda, a vampire nurse.
Naomi Ohzora (Jahy in The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!) as Midori Kohakobe, a vampiric maid café waitress with an otaku underling.
Azumi Waki (Hinata Tachibana in Tokyo Revengers) as Haka Suzushiro, an attractive vampire with no interest in finding an underling.
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The Call of the Night manga is licensed in North America by Viz, who describe it thus:
One sleepless night, Ko slips out to walk the streets. Life after dark is a revelation! When flirtatious Nazuna invites Ko to spend the night at her place in an abandoned building, he’s stoked! But then he awakens to kisses on his neck with a little too much bite to them… Is it just the delicious taste of his blood that makes her meet him night after night for late-night adventures, conversation and…naps? Or something else? Then, when a cute girl from Ko’s past shows up and competes for his attention, his budding relationship with the undead is put to the test!
Call of the Night is directed by Tetsuya Miyanishi and Tomoyuki Itamura and features animation production by Liden Films. The series is scheduled to broadcast as part of Fuji TV’s “noitaminA” animation programming block beginning in July of 2022.
© 2022 Kotoyama, Shogakukan / “Call of the Night” Production Committee
Source: Comic Natalie
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