‘Vermeil in Gold’ Fantasy Rom-Com Anime Will Stream To Anime

The Japanese animation studio Staple Entertainment is getting to release an anime adaptation of the romantic fantasy comedy ‘Vermeil in Gold,’ a manga written by Kōta Amana and illustrated by Yōko Umezu. The show is directed by Takashi Naoya and written by Tatsuya Takahashi with composed by Ken Itō and Kenichi Kuroda.
As D-Rezzed previously reported, the anime is set to premiere in July 2022 with Sentai picking up the license for a North American release. The streaming platform HiDive announced it will be releasing the anime on its app.
“Usually, stories go to great lengths to show why making a deal with the devil is an extremely bad idea. But in Alto’s case, the she-devil he summoned is more interested in things other than his soul. Want to know what kind of compromising situations these two find themselves in,” HiDive said on their website.
You can watch the trailer below:

The cast includes Yuya Hirose in the role of Alto Goldfield with Maaya Uchida voicing Vermeil as well as Wakana Kuramochi, Yū Okano, Sakura Nakamura, Kana Hanazawa, Kazuyuki Okitsu, Riho Sugiyama, Yurina Amami, and Takehito Koyasu.
Film Affinity describes the synopsis as follows:
“Alto Goldfield is a student at a magical academy who aims to become a master of all magic. However, when he is on the verge of failing a class on summoning magic and in danger of being held back a year, he finds an old summoning grimoire. Following its instructions, he inscribes a magic circle, and ends up summoning a powerful demon named Vermeil, who was sealed long ago, and makes her his familiar. However, the voluptuous Vermeil occassionally requires magical energy from Alto, which she claims by kissing him deeply.”
Square Enix has published the story in their ‘Monthly Shōnen Gangan’ since August 2018 which has, as of the writing of this article, run for six volumes.

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