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'Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu' Reveals Additional Cast, Staff, Fall 2021 Premiere

by DatRandomDude
Jul 20, 10:40 AM | 13 Comments
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Keisuke Masano's Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu (Moon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess) light novel revealed on Tuesday additional cast, staff, the first key visual (pictured), and theme song artists. The anime series is scheduled to premiere in October 2021 on Tokyo MX, BS Nippon Television, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto.

Cast
Slava Korovin: Takaya Hashi (Youjo Senki)
Vice Admiral Victor: Masaki Terasoma (Golden Kamuy)
Natalia: Kikuko Inoue (Kamisama ni Natta Hi)
Fyodor Gergiev: Kenichi Ogata (Boku no Hero Academia 2nd Season)
Ludmila Harlova: M.A.O (Mao Ichimichi) (Id:Invaded)
Narrator: Hiroki Touchi (Nanatsu no Taizai: Imashime no Fukkatsu)

Staff
Assistant Director: Taishi Kawaguchi (Battle Girl High School assistant episode director)
Art Design: Akihiro Hirasawa (Godzilla: S.P)
Prop Design: Gouichi Iwahata (Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou), Noritaka Suzuki (Getter Robo Arc), Arvo-Design
Color Design: Aiko Matsuyama (Gakusen Toshi Asterisk)
Director of Photography: Hideki Imaizumi (Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka?)
Editing: Kiyoshi Hirose (Enen no Shouboutai)
Sound Director: Takatoshi Hamano (Juushinki Pandora)
Music: Yasunori Mitsuda (Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus)

ALI PROJECT (Another) is performing the opening theme "Hii no Tsuki." Chima (Flip Flappers) will perform the ending theme "Arifureta Itsuka."

Akitoshi Yokoyama (Cutie Honey Universe) is helming the anime at Arvo Animation. Original creator Keisuke Masano is handling the series composition, and Hiromi Katou (Guilty Crown) is designing the characters.

Masano began publishing the romantic sci-fi light novel under the Gagaga Bunko label in December 2016, featuring illustrations by Karei. Shogakukan published the sixth volume on March 18.

Source: Moca News

13 Comments Recent Comments

The wait is almost over then, just a two more months to go.

Jul 21, 12:50 AM by MegamiRem

Lot earlier than I was expecting, didn't think this'd be out until 2022.

Very excited for it, even though the staff aren't much. Hopefully the original creator being involved will straighten things out.

Jul 20, 11:43 PM by Thigh_Tide

Crow_Black said:
well when last did we had a vampire anime?
Last season with Mars Red lol

Jul 20, 3:31 PM by DatRandomDude

well when last did we had a vampire anime?

Jul 20, 3:29 PM by Crow_Black

RobertBobert said:
Did I understand correctly, is this show trying to represent the Russian?

But all the anime girls from russia have white hair.

Jul 20, 2:08 PM by Swagernator

RobertBobert said:
RedChrome said:


Oh I see good trivia

I'm interested with the space race but the Vampire girl that's really weird. I think a high school girl would've been make more sense but I don't wanna be judgy so I'll watch it first



The most interesting thing is that this is not the first time I have seen a space show or subplot inspired by Russian themes.


Oh really... okay, well I bet any of those shows don't have Vampire in it !!!!

Jul 20, 1:16 PM by RedChrome

RedChrome said:
RobertBobert said:


Well, one of the characters has the last name of the Russia Today's editor-in-chief, so I quickly got interested in that.


Oh I see good trivia

I'm interested with the space race but the Vampire girl that's really weird. I think a high school girl would've been make more sense but I don't wanna be judgy so I'll watch it first



The most interesting thing is that this is not the first time I have seen a space show or subplot inspired by Russian themes.

Jul 20, 1:13 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
RedChrome said:


I guess so I mean they change the name of the country but the NAMES are obviously Russian !!! I wonder why they change it though, it's not like nobody gonna Notice


Well, one of the characters has the last name of the Russia Today's editor-in-chief, so I quickly got interested in that.


Oh I see good trivia

I'm interested with the space race but the Vampire girl that's really weird. I think a high school girl would've been make more sense but I don't wanna be judgy so I'll watch it first

Jul 20, 12:55 PM by RedChrome

Don't tell me I was the only one who thought it was something centered around Ashuramaru from Owari no Seraph after seeing the thumbnail of the promo picture.

Jul 20, 12:52 PM by Hakaminah

Finally the confirmation! Excited to see how this turns out, and it's rare to see a show portraying Russian things, hope that don't turn out bad.

Jul 20, 12:50 PM by raiderublaze

RedChrome said:
RobertBobert said:
Did I understand correctly, is this show trying to represent the Russian?


I guess so I mean they change the name of the country but the NAMES are obviously Russian !!! I wonder why they change it though, it's not like nobody gonna Notice


Well, one of the characters has the last name of the Russia Today's editor-in-chief, so I quickly got interested in that.

Jul 20, 12:49 PM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
Did I understand correctly, is this show trying to represent the Russian?


I guess so I mean they change the name of the country but the NAMES are obviously Russian !!! I wonder why they change it though, it's kinda insulting, do they think the viewers are NOT gonna notice it ??

Jul 20, 12:47 PM by RedChrome

Did I understand correctly, is this show trying to represent the Russian?

Jul 20, 12:35 PM by RobertBobert

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