Sentai Filmworks To Release ‘Call of the Night’ Anime For North American Release

‘Call of the Night’ is a supernatural romantic comedy manga created by Kotoyama and published by Shōnen Sunday Comics. The series was picked up by the Japanese animation studio Liden Films for an anime that is scheduled for release in July 2022 for Fuji TV. Ahead of its premier, Sentai Filmworks has announced that they will release it for a North American audience the HiDive streaming service.
Sentai said on their website, “Sentai announced today that it acquired exclusive rights to Call of the Night, the highly anticipated anime adaptation of the popular vampire-themed shounen manga of the same name. The manga, written and illustrated by Kotoyama, is serialized in hit-making publisher Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine and has sold more than 2 million volumes. Sentai will stream the series exclusively on HIDIVE, its direct-to-consumer streaming service, to multiple countries across the globe beginning Summer 2022.”
Tomoyuki Itamura and Tetsuya Miyanishi are co-directing the anime together with screenwriter Michiko Yokote handling the scripts.
You can watch the trailer mentioned above here:

Sentai describes the synopsis as follows,
“Wracked by insomnia and wanderlust, Ko Yamori is driven onto the moonlit streets every night in an aimless search for something he can’t seem to name. His nightly ritual is marked by purposeless introspection — until he meets Nazuna, who might just be a vampire! Ko’s new companion could offer him dark gifts and a vampire’s immortality. But there are conditions that must be met before Ko can sink his teeth into vampirism, and he’ll have to discover just how far he’s willing to go to satisfy his desires before he can heed the Call of the Night!”
The voice cast includes Sora Amamiya, Gen Sato, Yumiri Hanamori, Haruka Tomatsu, Eri Kitamura, Shizuka Itō, Naomi Ōzora, and Azumi Waki.
Viz Media is releasing the manga in the United States.

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