After the twelfth and final episode aired on the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Itaru Bonnoki, Kyuuketsuki Sugu Shinu (The vampire dies in no time) the production of a second season has been confirmed. The statement did not include production details or a planned release date, and production had practically been confirmed since November of that year by a mistake in writing a description of a manga.

For his part, Bonnoki began to publish the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Champion from the publisher Akita Shoten in June 2015. The first twelve-part season of the anime adaptation was produced by the studios Madhouse, Headed by Hiroshi koujina (Grenadier: Hohoemi no Senshi, Madou King Granzort, Star Ocean EX) and scripts written by Yukie sugawara (Hina Logi: From Luck & Logic, Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World - The animation series, Overlord, No Guns Life), aired during the fall 2021 season (October-December) and was distributed by Funimation.

Summary of Kyuuketsuki Sugu Shinu

Vampires are said to have many weaknesses, such as garlic, crosses and sunlight. The game-loving vampire lord Draluc turns out to be weak against ... everything. He dies and turns into a heap of ash with the slightest blow. After learning of the existence of a castle inhabited by a vampire allegedly kidnapped a child, the vampire hunter Ronaldo went there with the intention of defeating the demon. However, it turned out that the vampire was Draluc, a wimp who turns to ashes at the smallest thing. In addition, the boy was not trapped, but used the "haunted house" as his personal playground. When his castle is destroyed, Draluc moves to Ronaldo's office, much to the chagrin of the other. Despite their differences, they must try to work together to fend off renegade vampires, Ronaldo's murderous editor, investigator, and many other things, with Draluc dying all the time.

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