‘Tsuki to Laika to Vampire Princess’ starts broadcasting in October Kikuko Inoue and others announce additional cast and theme song.

The TV anime “Tsuki to Laika to Vampire Princess (Nosferatu)” will start in October on TV Tokyo, BS Nippon Television, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto. At the same time, the key visual, additional voice actor cast, and theme song information have been lifted.

In the light novel of the same name by Keisuke Makino (Shogakukan “Gagaga Bunko”), a character was setting a picture for the TV anime “Moon, Leica, and Vampire Princess.” It depicts a young human being crossing the tribal barrier and aiming for space together.

The director is Akitoshi Yokoyama, the original author Makino is in charge of the series composition, and Hiromi Kato is in order of character design. Arvo Animation produced them.

The voice actor cast of the main character is Megumi Hayashibara, who plays the role of vampire girl Irina Luminesk., Air Force Flying Officer Lev Reps as Koki Uchiyama, Researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Sciences as Anya Simonyan as Hina Kino, Astronaut Candidate Mikhail Yasin as Satoshi Hino, Astronaut Candidate’s Only Female Rosa Mikako Komatsu will play the role of Previtzkaya.

The additional voice actor casts announced this time are Takaya Hashi as Slava Korovin, Masaki Terasoma as Lieutenant General Victor, Kikuko Inoue as Natalia, and Kenichi Ogata Fyodor Gergiev, and MAO as Ludmila Harlova.

The opening theme song will be ALI PROJECT’s “Hinotsuki,” and the ending theme song will be Chima’s “Common Someday.” Furthermore, it has been decided that Yasunori Mitsuda, who is active in in-game music such as “Chrono Trigger” and “Xenogears,” will be in charge of the epitome music.

In the critical visual that has been lifted, the vampire girl Irina overlooks the moon. The young man Lev who was entrusted with watching Irina is drawn, along with Anya, Mikhail, Rosa, and various characters that color their story. It has been.

The anime “Tsuki to Laika to Vampire Princess (Nosferatu)” will be broadcast on TV Tokyo, BS Nippon Television, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto from October.