Trailer & visual for the Netflix anime »Romantic Killer« reveal date

Trailer & visual for the Netflix anime »Romantic Killer« reveal date

September 21, 2022

In August of this year, it was announced that Wataru Momose's rom-com manga Romantic Killer would be getting an anime adaptation and coming to Netflix. In addition, the world's largest SVOD provider recently published a new trailer and a key visual, which also reveal the specific date.

The rom-com anime Romantic Killer will be available worldwide on Netflix from October 27, 2022 .

The DOMERICA studio is responsible for the production of the Netflix series, with Kazuya Ichikawa acting as director. Sayuri Ōba is co-writing the screenplay with Hiroko Fukuda, while Arisa Matsuura is doing character design. The music is composed by Ryo Kawasaki and Tomoyuki Kono.

Romantic Killer is based on the manga of the same name by Wataru Momose, which chapter was published in Shueisha's Shōnen Jump+ from July 2019 to June 2020. The series includes a total of four tankōbon volumes and is now considered complete.

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This is what Romantic Killer is about:

High school student Anzu Hoshino has a great life. Every day she plays video games, stuffs herself with snacks and pets her beloved cat. But that happy existence is turned into a confusing mess when a magical being transports her to an alternate reality where none of her favorite things exist. Instead, she now has to deal with hot guys! How can she survive in such a horrible world?!

Anzu needs to star in this alternate reality before she can return to her normal life, so she reluctantly befriends Tsukasa Kazuki. Unfortunately, he happens to be one of the hottest and most popular guys at school, and what's worse, she realizes that he might not be such a bad of a person after all!

Source: Twitter Images: © WATARU MOMOSE/SHUEISHA © Netflix

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