Fe’s manga series, titled Love of Kill (Koroshi Ai), is being adapted into an anime by Platinum Vision. For the longest, we’ve had to settle with a visual, but now we’ve got an official teaser, showing Chateau Dankworth fighting Song Ryang-ha. If you’re not familiar with the story, they are the main characters and the story revolves around their relationship. While it’s an action-packed story, there’s plenty of personal drama that makes Fe’s manga so exciting. If you know what I mean?
Saori Oonishi will voice Chateau Dankworth and Hiro Shimono will be voicing Song Ryang-ha. For more on the Love of Kill anime, visit MyAnimeList.
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“Uhm, what’s your name?” – Son Ryang-ha
Plot: “During one of her bounty hunter missions, Chateau Dankworth comes across Son Ryang-ha, a professional hitman, who begins stalking and brokering her information in exchange for a date. Though reluctant, Chateau complies yet refuses to open up to him. Despite this, Ryang-ha continues to save her when she is under attack and seems to know her past.
After Chateau and Ryang-ha both become targeted by Donald Bachman, the two are forced to confront their common past: Chateau is the daughter of the heir to the Nobel family, a lineage of French aristocrats, who becomes targeted by Nelson Nobel, her father’s stepbrother. The real Son Ryang-ha was ordered to escort her to safety, but she accidentally inflicts a fatal gunshot wound on him out of fear; meanwhile, the current Ryang-ha, a nameless victim of child trafficking saved by the real Ryang-ha, adopts his name after the latter dies.”
Hideaki Oba is directing the Love of Kill anime, written by Ayumu Hisao, produced by Platinum Vision. While the official date is unknown, Love of Kill anime will in-fact premiere in 2022. For more, visit the anime’s official website.