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Call of the Night Anime Preview Trailer and Images for Episode 4

Call of the Night anime released a preview trailer and images for episode 4, along with a title and synopsis. The episode will be broadcast on July 28 and the title is “Isn’t This Camped?”, which matches the manga’s 10th chapter compiled in the second volume. The preview images show the three characters, the protagonist Ko Yamori, vampire Nazuna Nanakusa, and his childhood friend Akira Asai.

The episode’s synopsis shows Ko Yamori’s excitement about becoming a vampire:
Nazuna kissed me! Kissing is what lovers do… then doesn’t it mean I’ve already fallen in love with her?! So my goal to fall in love with a vampire is achieved? Ko cheerfully heads to see Nazuna.

To be honest, I don’t want to run into her today now.” Ko Yamori’s monologue begins this week’s preview trailer. “Ko-kun isn’t here yet.” Nazuna Nanakusa talks to herself while hoping he appears soon. The school student however doesn’t know how to face her because of the kiss. The romantic event leads him to a conclusion that he will be becoming a vampire, which takes him away from annoyance such as school stuff and human relationships: “Liberation from everything!” The vampire concludes the preview trailer: “You see, it’s lust.” You can check the 30-second long video on NoitaminA’s official YouTube channel below:

Call of the Night Episode 4 Preview Trailer

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Kotoyama has been running the Call of the Night series in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday. The series released its twelfth volume on July 15, 2022. The manga was named after Creepy Nuts’ song of the same name, “Yofukashi no Uta” in Japanese. The band is performing both the opening and ending songs titled “Daten” and “Yofukashi no Uta” respectively. LIDENFILMS is animating the adaptation of the manga under Tomoyuki Itamura’s direction.

Source: Official YouTube, Official Website
© 2022 Kotoyama, Shogakukan / “Call of the Night” Production Committee

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