Prepare to be intrigued as the anime world delivers an unexpected twist. In the upcoming supernatural detective series, Undead Girl Murder Farce, a legendary monster, known throughout history, has met a grim fate even before the story begins. This thrilling murder mystery anime takes place in a world where this famous monster has already met its end.
Undead Girl Murder Farce: Gothic Detective Anime
“Undead Girl Murder Farce” is an intriguing gothic detective anime based on Yogo Aosaki’s novel series. The story follows Tsugaru Shinuichi, a half-demon cage fighter, who meets Aya Rindo, a talking head in a bird cage, and her servant Shizuku Hasei. They embark on a journey across Europe to find Aya’s body while solving detective cases.
The anime features appearances by literary icons such as Sherlock Holmes (voiced by Shin-ichiro Miki), John Watson (played by Masaki Aizawa), Arsène Lupin (portrayed by Mamoru Miyano), and James Mortiarty (brought to life by Wataru Yokojima). Real-life historical figures like Jack the Ripper (voiced by Soma Saito) and Aleister Crowley (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita) also play roles in the series, adding to the supernatural intrigue.
Undead Girl Murder Farce: Count Dracula’s Demise
The opening episodes of “Undead Girl Murder Farce” introduce the main characters and establish the monster-filled world in which the story unfolds. However, a major revelation in the second episode leaves viewers astounded. A quick line of dialogue unveils the death of Count Dracula, the iconic vampire. Humans, acting as hunters, were responsible for his demise, highlighting the dangerous existence vampires face in this world. The scene occurs in the opening moments of Episode 2, “Vampire,” as two vampires, Raoul and Lord Goddard, discuss their precarious relationship with humans while on a hunting expedition. The conversation reveals that humans have treated vampires harshly since Count Dracula’s demise, establishing the fragility of their coexistence. This revelation adds a captivating twist to the series’ vampire lore.
As fans eagerly await the premiere of the anime’s first episode on Crunchyroll on July 5, 2023, they can also look forward to the arrival of other notable anime series. “Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2,” premiering on July 6, and “Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Part 2,” premiering on July 8, are among the exciting shows that will keep anime enthusiasts engaged!