Shogakukan has announced that Keisuke Makino and Karei’s Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu (Moon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess) light novel series is getting an anime adaptation, the anime will […]
Shogakukan has announced that Keisuke Makino and Karei’s Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu (Moon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess) light novel series is getting an anime adaptation, the anime will premiere in 2021.
- Studio: Arvo Animation (Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai!)
- Director: Akitoshi Yokoyama (Photokano)
- Scripts: Keisuke Makino
- Character Design: Hiromi Kato (6 Angels)
- Irina Ruminescu – Megumi Hayashibara (Evangelion – Ayanami Rei)
- Lev Leps – Kouki Uchiyama (Nisekoi – Ichijou Raku)
- Mikhail Yashin – Satoshi Hino (Gintama – Kamui)
- Roza Plevitskaya – Mikako Komatsu (Overlord – Lupusregina Beta)
- Anya Simonyan – Hina Kino (Boku dake ga Inai Machi – Yanagihara Misato)
The first astronaut in human history was a vampire girl.
Following the end of World War II, the world-dividing superpowers, Federal Republic of Zirnitra in the East and United Kingdom of Arnack in the West, turned their territorial ambitions toward space. Both countries have been competing fiercely for development.
East history 1960. Gergiev, the chief leader of the Republic, announces the manned space flight program Project Mechtat (Dream), which, if successful, would be the first feat for humankind. At that time, Lev Leps, a substitute astronaut candidate, is ordered to perform a top secret mission. The “Nosferatu Project”—a program that experiments with vampires prior to manned missions—will use Irina Luminesk as a test subject, and Lev is to monitor and train her.
Even while trifled by the walls of the race and ego of the nations, Lev and Irina share a genuine sentiment as they aim for the universe.