Itaru Bonnoki comedy manga The Vampire Dies In No Time will be getting a stage play adaptation, which will open in June 2023.
An official website and Twitter account was launched as a part of the adaptation, where new updates will be posted. The Twitter account unveiled a new visual for the play to commemorate the announcement.
More information regarding the cast, staff, and performance schedule are yet to be revealed.
The Vampire Dies in No Time is written and illustrated by Itaru Bonnoki. The manga began its serialization in Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shonen Champion magazine on June 25, 2015. As of Dec 8, 2022, twenty-three tankobon volumes have been released.
An anime adaptation by Madhouse aired from Oct 4, 2021, to Dec 20, 2021. It was directed by Hiroshi Kojina, with Yukie Sugawara handling the script. Mayuko Nakano was in charge of character designs and Ryō Takahashi composed the music for the anime.
Jun Fukuyama performed the opening theme song “Dies in No Time”, while Daisuke Ono and Takayuki Kondo performed the series’ ending theme song “Strangers”.
The Vampire Dies In No Time season 2 started airing in Jan 9, 2023. The staff and cast from the previous season reprised their roles for season 2.
Jun Fukuyama and TRD also returned to perform the opening and ending theme songs, titled “New Drama Paradise” and “Cozy Crazy Party!” respectively.
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