27 Oct 2021 6:20 PM +00:00 UTC

How Many Episodes Will Season 1 of Visual Prison Have?

What better thing to add to vampires than music, right? The original anime show produced by A-1 Pictures, Visual Prison, comes into the small screens for the fall season and it easily piqued the interest of many viewers. This bring us into the question of how many episodes will there be for the series.

How Many Episodes Will Season 1 of Visual Prison Have?
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How Many Episodes Will Season 1 of Visual Prison Have?

It is definitely an extravaganza of music with the vampires competing with each other while trying to survive in the world where majority are people. Visual Prison is an annual event and it is where vampires masquerade in Harajuku as visual kei musicians. Ange Yuki travels to Harajuku in hopes of seeing his favorite act but what he witnessed is an epic musical battle happening between Lost Eden and Eclipse.

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The anime show is created by Noriyasu Agematsu, directed by Tomoya Tanaka with chief director Takeshi Furuta, script penned by Yukie Sugawara, characters designed by Minako Shiba, and music composed by Elements Garden. The opening song would be “Zankoku Shangri-la” by the band, Oz, and the closing theme would be by Lost Eden, “Bloody Kiss.”

Visual Prison and the other anime titles under Funimation are released a week earlier for the premium access subscribers of the streaming platform. Funimation offers this through an active premium subscription with the rate of $5.99 per month or $59.99 a year. For those who have not subscribed yet for premium access, Funimation releases the episodes a week after for free.

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How Many Episodes Will Season 1 of Visual Prison Have?

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Visual Prison will be having 12 episodes for Season 1 as confirmed in their Blu-Ray and DVD release information which will be divided into four releases. It will be running on a single-cour which means that there would be no breaks in between except that of the intervals for every week.

Visual Prison releases new episodes every Saturday on Funimation at 12:00 AM JST/ 8:00 AM PT/ 10:00 AM CT/ 11:00 AM EST/ 4:00 PM BST.