The novel “Moon, Leica and Vampire Princess (Nosferatu)” by Keisuke Makino will be made into TV animation. At the same time, the cast, staff, visual teaser, and PV teaser were lifted at once.
“Moon, Leica, and Vampire Princess” are two of a vampire girl who was taken for a manned flight experiment during the space race between fictitious superpowers and a young man who failed the astronaut candidate for some reason. A story in which people aim for space together. It has been published by Gagaga Bunko since December 2016, and the latest 6 volumes will be released tomorrow on March 18.
In the TV anime scheduled to be broadcast in 2021, Megumi Hayashibara will play the role of the vampire girl Irina Luminesk, who will be the experimental body of space flight, and Koki Uchiyama will play the role of the young astronaut candidate Lev Reps who trains her. Decision. In addition, Satoshi Hino and Mikako Komatsu will play Mikhail Yashin and Rosa Previtskaya, who are competing with Lev for the position of the first astronaut in human history. Hina Kino was cast in the role of Anya Simonyan, a researcher belonging to the RAF Institute of Aviation. The teaser PV narrated by Hayashibara also includes the five people whose cast was announced this time.
Arvo Animation, known as “Monster Girl Doctor”, is in charge of production. The director is Akitoshi Yokoyama, the series composition is Keisuke Makino, the character design is Hiromi Kato, and the art director is Yuji Kaneko.
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Furthermore, on March 27th, the stage of “Moon, Leica, and Vampire Princess” will be held in the online event “AnimeJapan 2021”. Four cast members, Uchiyama, Hino, Komatsu, and Kino, will be on stage to provide the latest information on the work as soon as possible. Event viewing tickets are currently on sale. Check the official website of “AnimeJapan 2021” for details.
Shogakukan’s Gagaga Bunko light novel label released the novel series in December 2016, and the sixth volume of the novel series will ship on Thursday. Sojihogu launched a manga adaptation of the novels on Kodansha’s Comic Days website in March 2018, but it went on an indefinite hiatus starting in January 2019 due to Sojihogu’s poor health. It has not yet been resumed. Kodansha published the manga’s first compiled book volume in November 2018.