The upcoming Undead Girl Murder Farce anime has cast voice actress Yumiri Hanamori as Vera. The character is described as a 14-year old girl with a wolf-like side. You can check the character visual for Vera below.
Yumiri Hanamori is best known for her roles as Nadeshiko Kagamihara in Yuru Camp, Ai Hayasaka in Kaguya-sama: Love is War, Evileye in Overlord, Asahi Koube in Happy Sugar Life, Miza Kusakari in Tokyo Ghoul:re, Nao Mejiro in Pastel Memories, Shizuku Yaegashi in Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest, and Shizue Izawa in The Slime Diaries: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.
Her recent roles include Sophie in Shadows House, Hel in The Detective is Already Dead, Kyosuke Yotsuya in Mieruko-chan, Hinaki Ubuyashiki in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Nibelcole in Date a Live IV, Akira Asai in Call of the Night, and the young version of Millions Knives in Trigun Stampede.
Previous character introductions for the Undead Girl Murder Farce anime include Sherlock Holmes (voiced by Shinichiro Miki), John H. Watson (voiced by Masaki Aizawa), Annie Kerber (voiced by Sayumi Suzushiro), Phantom (voiced by Hiro Shimono), Aleister Crowley (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita), Carmilla (voiced by Reina Kondo), as well as Jack the Ripper and Nora (voiced by Soma Saito and Maaya Uchida respectively).
The staff for the anime includes:
- Director: Mamoru Hatakeyama
- Series Composition: Noboru Takagi
- Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Noriko Ito
- Sub-Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Naho Kozono
- Music: yuma yamaguchi
- Sound Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi
Crunchyroll will be streaming the Undead Girl Murder Farce anime as part of their Fuji TV +Ultra partnership. The streaming platform describes the plot as:
The 19th century — a world inhabited by vampires, golems, werewolves and other paranormal creatures. Immortal beauty and disembodied head Aya Rindo, along with half-human-half-demon “Demon Killer” Tsugaru Shunichi and her loyal maid Shizuku Hasei, travels through Europe as supernatural detective “The Cage User,” solving supernatural mysteries while she searches for her lost body.
Source: Official Website
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