The first teaser for the anime adaptation of 'Vermeil in Gold' features the main cast. The anime is scheduled to air in July 2022.
By: Nicole S. Castro on March 10, 2022 at 12:00 PHT
Official channels have released a teaser video for the TV anime adaptation of Kinsou no Vermeil (Vermeil in Gold).
The anime is scheduled to air in July 2022. It is produced by animation studio Staple Entertainment and directed by Takashi Naoya.
Vermeil in Gold was originally a manga series written by Kota Amana and illustrated by Yoko Umezu. It has been serialized in the Monthly Shounen Gangan imprint by Square Enix since 2018.
The series stars Alto (CV: Yūya Hirose) who is in danger of repeating a year in magic school when he accidentally summons the sealed demon Vermeil (CV: Maaya Uchida), who is known to bring about disaster. Vermeil needs to constantly recharge her energy, and she does so by kissing Alto.
Alto Goldfield (CV: Yūya Hirose 広瀬裕也)
Vermeil (CV: Maaya Uchida 内田 真礼)
Lilia Kudelfeyt (CV: Wakana Kuramochi 倉持若菜)
Original: Kota Amana, Yoko Umezu (serialized in Monthly Shounen Gangan by Square Enix)
Director: Takashi Naoya
Series composition: Tatsuya Takahashi
Deputy Director: Matsuo Asami
Character design: Kiyoshi Tateishi
Sub-character props design: Ayana Togashi
Animation director: Kiyoshi Tateishi, Toshimitsu Kobayashi, Yukiyo Komito, Atsushi Aono
CG director: Hiroyuki Ikeda
Color design: Ryouji Nagasawa
Art director: Hirotaka Kozaki
Cinematographer: Mitsuhiro Kuno
Edited by: Tomomi Umezu
Animation production: Staple Entertainment
Alto, who was dangerously close to repeating a year, ends up invoking a magic formation from a book he found by chance and summons a demon named Vermeil who had been sealed. (from MyAnimeList)
NICOLE S. CASTRO
Nicole is based in the Philippines and works as a freelance Japanese Translator/Interpreter and copywriter (English). She is a JLPT N2 passer who watches anime to "study" for N1. She has a long career history on LinkedIn (with primary focus on media and translation), but her anime watchlist is much, much longer.