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Teasing Master Takagi-san Author Draws Call of the Night's Nazuna Nanakusa

Teasing Master Takagi-san author Soichiro Yamamoto posted an illustration of Call of the Night‘s main character Nazuna Nanakusa. It was drawn for a newly released fanbook of Kotoyama’s ongoing manga and is titled “Yofukashi no Uta Koshiki Fanbook” (Call of the Night Official Fanbook).

The newly posted picture shows the vampire Nazuna Nanakusa smirking, but it isn’t the whole artwork. Call of the Night fanbook, which was released on September 30, has the complete version of the illustration, along with Yamamoto’s message to the author, Kotoyama. Other than Soichiro Yamamoto, 13 artists, including the anime’s character designer Haruka Sagawa, mangakas Mitsuru Adachi (Touch), and Sui Ishida (Tokyo Ghoul) have joined in to draw Call of the Night characters in the publication.

Soichiro Yamamoto, Teasing Master Takagi-san Author Draws Call of the Night’s Nazuna Nanakusa for the Series’ Fanbook

In addition to the illustration gallery, the official fanbook has character information, the author’s interview, and sakuga with the editor’s commentary.

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The Cover of Call of the Night‘s Fanbook Cover

Call of the Night series has been serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday. The manga began in August 2019 and released the first compiled volume in September 2019 and its newest, thirteenth volume on September 15, 2022. The title was named after Creepy Nuts’ song of the same name, “Yofukashi no Uta” in Japanese. For for the anime adaptation aired from July to September 2020 animated by LIDENFILMS, the band performed both the opening and ending songs titled “Daten” and “Yofukashi no Uta” respectively.

Soichiro Yamamoto is a manga artist known for his ongoing romantic Teasing Master Takagi-san series in Shogakukan’s Monthly Shonen Sunday which has inspired anime adaptations including a film adaptation. He has also been drawing In the Heart of Kunoichi Tsubaki in the same magazine, and When Will Ayumu Make His Move? in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. Both of these titles have inspired a TV anime adaptation in 2022.

Source: Soichiro Yamamoto’s Official Twitter
© 2022 Kotoyama, Shogakukan / “Call of the Night” Production Committee

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