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Call of the Night's Creditless Ending is Totally Catchy and NSFW

Call of the Night ending

Along with the release of episode 3, the Call of the Night creditless ending was released, giving fans an unobstructed view of its visually striking and NSFW imagery.

The creditless ending was released on the Noitamina YouTube channel, and you can watch it here:

The show’s ending features the song “Yofukashi no Uta” by Creepy Nuts, a Japanese hip-hip duo consisting of R-Shitei and DJ Matsunaga. The duo also performed Call of the Night’s opening song.

While Call of the Night wasn’t among the most hyped anime releases of the season, it quickly got a lot of interest upon the release of the first episode. This is thanks not only to its interesting story but also because of its catchy music.

Fans of Japanese hip-hop probably won’t be surprised given that Creepy Nuts is already a popular duo even before the show’s release. Though their music does match the series’ style well.

As for the Call of the Night creditelss ending visuals, while it may be a bit tame for some, its suggestive poses and angles make it rather not safe for work.

Or at the very least, you might get some weird glances if you watch this while in the office.

Call of the Night is an anime series by Liden Films that’s based on the manga of the same name by Kotoyama. The manga started serialization in Weekly Shonen Sunday on August 28, 2019.

The series follows Kou Yamori, a middle school student who is dissatisfied with daily life. He then quits school but develops insomnia in the process. To cope, Ko starts to walk alone at night.

One night, Kou meets Nazuna Nanakusa during one of his night walks. Nazuna is able to help Kou at first and shows him the bright side of being a nightwalker. But it turns out that she’s a vampire.

Call of the Night airs in Japan every Friday on Fuji TV’s Noitamina block. The series will run for 13 episodes.

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