Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Vampire In Space! Coming Soon

One of the biggest moments in the history of humankind was when NASA was finally able to send a man to the moon. However, in order to achieve such a feat, countless experimental test subjects most of which were animals were first sent into the space to test out the conditions. We all know the story about the dog Laika being sent into space and then the chimpanzee. However, what if I were to tell you that it wasn’t the animals that were sent out into space but a full-fledged vampire! As twisted as it may sound, this is exactly what happens in the story of Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu. To know more about this peculiar anime, keep on reading this post!

The story of Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu takes place in a world quite similar and yet quite different than ours. The story begins after the end of World War 2, where much like the USA and the former USSR, the world is governed by two superpowers the Federal Republic of Zirnitra in the East and the United Kingdom of Arnack in the West. Just like it was in our history, both the superpowers want to outcompete each other to exert their dominance and dominion over the world and show everyone who the real superpower is.

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Therefore, after winning the war, both the powers begin their own space programs in a bid to outdo each other and be the first-ever nation to send a man in space. However, this is when the story takes quite a different turn, the Federal Republic of Zirnitra instead of sending animals as test experiment subjects over to the space, decide to send a vampire  Irina Luminesk into space under the guidance of her supreme commander Lev Laps and together both of them commence a top-secret project the “Nosferatu Project,” aiming to conquer the universe together. However, this mission is technically a way mission for Irina who is being viewed as nothing more than a test experimental subject. Will Lev be able to save her?

As cliched and complicated as the story might sound, the new trailer released by the creators of the show will surely succeed in changing your minds. Therefore, if you think that you are into watching a space fantasy with a vampire and a human, then make sure to keep your Crunchyroll subscriptions in check as season 1 of Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Vampire is all set to make its big debut in October of 2021!