Call of the Night Episode 2 is scheduled for next week. “Yofukashi no Uta” is a romantic anime with some supernatural elements and some exciting fantasy elements, which is inspired by the same manga by Kotoyama. It is also featured weekly in Shonen Sunday. This story follows a boy who becomes dissatisfied with his life and decides to drop out of high school and wander the streets at night. After meeting Nazuna Nanakusa, Ko Yamori discovers the fun life of walking around at night. Meanwhile, Yamori finds out that Nanakusa is a vampire; however, instead of being shocked, he finds her attractive.
In Episode 1 called “1st Night: Night Flight” we see that Nazuna Nanakusa’s character can be described as one of those vampires who just pray on the weekend and don’t regret getting caught in a flub or a little white lie. It’s pretty cute the way she reacts to it when she waits for him to fall asleep, he says he’s a good fake sleeper and he got up and sucked his blood and she loved that, and when he wakes up and catches her and she says “Oh, it was a mosquito.” It was interesting episode fans are looking forward to episode 2.
Call of the Night Episode 1 Review
The first episode is interesting, the direction in this episode is how it constantly emphasizes how beautiful the night is for the male lead. On his first outing, he gets kicked in the skull for doing something he should never do, and then he sees some drunk people waiting for their bus to go to bed next to this cute girl and then to fly in the air. What it’s trying to say is that the night brings out a different side of people. Why do people stay up late? It’s because the day didn’t fill them, so now their nighttime adventures begin. As for character actions and motivations in this episode, they’re not overly complex, but they’re simple enough to be compelling. Let’s let the night take over the world and that’s why the visual stories are so captivating with so much use of colors and lighting effects that captivate you before you even hear the dialogue.
As soon as the character says that the night is better than the daytime, I knew there was no way to match the visuals during the day. They almost had two different styles in terms of lighting effects and colors, but they went so well together once it started. I think those purples and pinks would more than suit any Tokyo-style cyberpunk neon anime, just add some gritty action and you’re pretty much done. There’s just something ominous about that art design and color palette. But damn I want to see more and then they punch you with this use of yellow and light up everything in such a way that everything pops out. This is a standard directing technique that anime studios use when they don’t want to animate or just want to make things more user-friendly.
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Instead of letting characters talk, they show you the background. Sometimes they focus on the swing, other times they focus on the garbage can. Still, I’d rather see the general background if it’s not the characters talking. Instead of seeing the characters half the time, I rather see their expressions, as if they are laughing or nervous. Sometimes it’s just chatting with characters, like characters just hanging out. Having such a vibrant color palette, such a well-drawn background and such an interesting landscape is something you can’t resist. Every so often they give you broader shots, and they’re not there to ignore the characters, but to further amplify what they’re saying. honestly, there are so many best background images I’ve seen in a long time that I’m not exaggerating and say this is the best I’ve ever seen visually, but in terms of whether I would make a modern anime.
It makes us feel mesmerized that we’re not just following a vampire; she’s a cute vampire, that’s why she tells the truth, you see the beauty of the night, and the fact that a drunken bus stop and going to bed is compelling, that’s fantastic. This episode gave us a little insight into our main character and his kind of fake life, as well as how he struggles to fit in and struggles to adjust to the idea that he doesn’t understand love despite being asked by a girl. Finally some people come in like what are you doing and you get a good sense of what led him to lead such a separated lifestyle that he is now basically living at night trying to find a new place find to call home.
Call of the Night Episode 2 Release Date
Call of the Night Episode 2 Release date set to July 15, 2022, Friday at 1:10 AM (JST). The title of the episode has not yet been announced.
Where can you watch Call of the Night Episode 2?
Fans can watch Call of the Night Episode 2 on Hidive and the previous episode.
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