BL Mystery TV Anime The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window’s New Trailer Previews More Characters

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window

 

Before we read ahead to October, a brand new trailer for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Tomoko Yamashita's boys-love supernatural mystery manga series The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window was released today, previewing some of the supporting cast and their voice actors.

 

 

Joining the lead two characters are (from left to right):

 

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window

 

  • Soma Saito (William James Moriarty in Moriarty the Patriot) as Keita Mukae
  • Chika Anzai (Reina Kosaka in Sound! Euphonium) as Erika Hiura
  • Satoshi Mikami (Jerome Carlstahl in 86 EIGHTY-SIX) as Hiroki Hanzawa
  • Junichi Suwabe (Victor Nikiforov in Yuri!!! on ICE) as Kazuomi Sakaki

 

Yoshitaka Yasuda (My Roommate is a Cat animation director) is be directing The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window and drawing the character designs, with Daiji Iwanaga (My Roommate is a Cat episode director) as the Chief Director, and Ayumi Sekine (IDOLiSH7) provides the scripts. The animation is being produced at Zero-G.

 

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window begins in October 2021, with Crunchyroll already announcing that they will be streaming the series as it airs in Japan. Crunchyroll describes the series as such:

 

Bookstore employee Mikado always had a tendency to see creepy things. He had lived his life pretending he didn't see these things but then he has a fateful encounter with an exorcist named Hiyakawa. Mikado ends up being forced to help out with exorcism duties and has to deal with the embarrassing fact that exorcising these things with Hiyakawa somehow feels really good. While getting dragged into dealing with these cases every day, they run into a cold-blooded murder case. Enjoy a new kind of horror mystery created by total opposites.

 

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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