Funimation Announces ‘The Vampire Dies in No Time’ English Dub

Funimation announced that the show ‘The Vampire Dies in No Time’ is getting an English dub. Japanese studio Madhouse has been producing the paranormal comedy anime since October 2021 with Hiroshi Kōjina serving as the director and Yukie Sugawara as the writer.
“What happens when a vampire hunter and a vampire become roommates?! We’re excited to announce that The Vampire Dies in No Time English dub is officially on its way to Funimation, and we’ve got your details on the cast, crew and when you can watch,” Funimation said on their website.  “Episode 1 of The Vampire Dies in No Time English dub will arrive on Funimation, so get ready to settle in for some hilarious antics from Ronaldo, Draluc, John the Armadillo and more”!
They continue, “The series English voice cast includes Ian Sinclair (Dragon Ball Super, WONDER EGG PRIORITY) as Ronaldo and Frank Todaro (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, The Rising of the Shield Hero) as Draluc.”
The anime is based on a manga written by Itaru Bonnoki which has, thus far, generated eighteen volumes. It was released by the Akita Shoten publishing company in their Weekly Shōnen Champion.
You can watch the trailer below:

The official synopsis explains, “The famed vampire hunter Ronaldo has been received a job to infiltrate the mansion owned by Dralc, who claims he is the most invincible vampire. Ronaldo hears Dralc has kidnapped a kid. However, the rumors about Dralc are not reality: After Ronaldo finally confronts Dralc, Dralc turns into sand. This makes Ronaldo realize that Dralc is the weakest vampire and the kid was not really kidnapped by him. The kid came into his mansion for the purpose of making it his “personal playground”. Dralc’s mansion completely explodes thanks to Ronaldo’s recklessness, he decides to bring Dralc to his place. The story follows Ronaldo and Dralc daily life and the comic action alongside their allies.”

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