‘Call Of The Night’ Vampire Anime Flies Into An English Dub

‘Call of the Night’ is a paranormal romantic comedy manga created by the Japanese author known as Kotoyama for the ‘Weekly Shōnen Sunday’ magazine. Its popularity prompted the Tokyo-based animation studio Liden Films to pick it up for an anime adaption. Sentai Filmworks scooped it up for a North American release and streamed it to HiDive. Now the vampiric show will be getting an English dub.

HiDive revealed the cast on their website:

  • Gabriel Regojo as Ro
  • Katelyn Barr as young Ro
  • Natalie Rial as Nazuna
  • Jade Kelly as Akira
  • Juliet Simmons as young Akira
  • Brandon Hearnsberger as Tonio
  • Daniel Regojo as Kai
  • Andrew Love as Matsuda

Shannon D. Reed works on the project as the ADR Director and as the script supervisor with Kalin Black.

You can watch the trailer for the series below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“Kou Yamori is an average middle school student who struggles with grasping the complex concept of love. Because he sees little sense in surrendering to the norm, he soon stops going to school. Plagued with insomnia due to his idleness, Kou begins roaming the lonesome streets at night.

One night, Kou encounters a bizarre girl named Nazuna Nanakusa who believes that people stay awake during the night because they are dissatisfied with how they spent their day and cannot rest until they release their inhibitions. Nazuna offers to help Kou with his sleep issues and invites him over to her place, where she convinces him to share a futon with her. Feeling uncomfortable, Kou only pretends to doze off—which is when Nazuna suddenly bites his neck and reveals herself to be a vampire!

While Kou thinks the bite will turn him into a vampire, the specifics of transforming are not that simple. In order to change, he must be bitten by someone he truly loves. Ready to let go of his dreary mortal life, Kou decides on a new goal: he will fall in love with Nazuna and become a vampire.”

Viz Media released the ‘Call of the Night’ manga in North America beginning in April 2021.

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Jacob Airey is an author, nerd, movie reviewer, and pop culture critic. He started this website in 2012 where he covers a vast variety of topics including film, TV, anime, and faith. He also hosts the YouTube vidcast StudioJake.

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