Servants has become a pretty common presence in the mangas, lately. With many mangas emerging as adaptions, a number of servants is hiking as well. The recent covers of magazines as well started featuring them on monthly comics. However, last year August Issue of the prominent Kadokawa’s comic (Monthly) revealed that the Strike Tanaka’s manga that got popular with the title “Servamp” is also having a new adaption both in manga and anime format. Servamp has been running for a quite while now and belonging to the supernatural genre, with the plot revolving around the servant vamps. The adaption is produced by Seven Seas Entertainment, and the manga is being released in Japan and North America.
According to the statistics, this is the second volume compilation of the Servamp comics. The plot of the story revolves around Mahiru Shirota, who plays the protagonist. The first page of comic starts with Mahiru, a sophomore in a high school coming across a wild black cat called Kuro. Kuro, being the omen changes his life into something else which is nothing like what he has experienced till now. Later, Mahiru realizes that Kuro is not just an ordinary black fat that is feline but is a Servamp (A servant Vampire). However, Mahiru has a non-intervening personal philosophy, but this incident arises conflicts between humans and vampires, making his life both surreal and embroiled. The new adaption series was initially launched in 2011 as a monthly issue. However, Kadokawa published the last releases in December 2015, and the eight release is going to be on 27th of July, 2016.
The cast of the anime is what makes you indulging and enthralling just like in the Naruto/One piece series:
- Takuma Terashima plays Mahiru Shirota
- Tatsuhisa Suzuki plays Tsubaki
- Yuuki Kaji plays Kuro
- Kazuma Horie plays Snow Lily
- Hiro Shimono plays Misono Arisuin
- Ryohei Kimura plays Lowless
- Ayumu Murase plays Hugh
- Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Belkia
- Yuuki Ono plays Tetsu Sendagaya
- Toshinari Fukamachi plays Sakuya Watanuki
- Nobunaga Shimazaki playsRihito Jikiruland Todoroki
As the show is based on taboos, omens, vampires and other supernatural human beings, you can expect it to be as exotic as Bleach or Death note which involved Death Gods. However, it might also have a little raunchiness and violence embedded making it exotic on a new level. If you’re a fan of manga who covers every genre, this is going to be a treat for you.