Other Beautifully Aesthetic Anime By Call of the Night's Studio & Creators

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Other Beautifully Aesthetic Anime By Call of the Night's Studio & Creators
Credit: Liden Films

In the summer anime season, Call of the Night stands out from the rest of the shows not because it is a supernatural romance, but because of its aesthetics. From the stellar backdrops and vibrant night lights, Call of the Night outshines the others. So, here are the other aesthetic anime by Call of the Night’s studio and creators for your viewing pleasure!

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What Anime Studio Made Call of the Night?

Other Beautifully Aesthetic Anime By Call of the Night's Studio & Creators -What Anime Studio Made Call of the Night?
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Credit: Liden Films

Call of the Night's vibrant animation was created by Liden Films.

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Liden Films is a Kabushiki Gaisha, which means it is a joint stock company. It was established in February 2012 and collaborated with Ultra Super Pictures, as well as the studios Sanzigen, Trigger, and Ordet.

Liden Films has since grown to five distinct branches. From the Liden Films Kyoto Studio in Suginami to the Liden Films Osaka Studio, the Liden Films first and second Tokyo Studios, and the Liden Films Fukuya Studio, the company has built a solid reputation in the industry.

As of this writing, Tetsurou Satomi is the CEO of Liden Films, and Yuichi Tashiro is the director.

Liden Films is known for producing anime films, as well as OVAs and ONAs, in addition to TV anime.

That being said, here are some more visually stunning anime from the studio and creators of Call of the Night!

  1. Tokyo Revengers

    Tokyo Revengers, one of Liden Film's most popular TV anime, set a high standard for other shows in its genre. The anime has been a huge success since its debut, with the theme of old Japanese gangs and some time travel in between.

    The anime follows the life of Takemichi Hanagaki, who one day finds himself back in middle school. Takemichi is more determined than ever after realizing that he can change his future life and save his only girlfriend, Hinata.

    However, Takemichi needs more than drive and determination as he joins the infamous Tokyo Manji Gang to establish himself as the top man!

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  2. The Heroic Legend of Arslan

    Arslan Senki is yet another masterpiece of Liden Films. It's a fantastic anime that delves into the themes of war and history. The Heroic Legend of Arslan is a must-see for fans of strategic and action anime.

    The story revolves around Arslan, the young man next in line to the throne. Arslan has opened his eyes to the harsh and cruel reality of the world at such a young age.

    While Arslan initially thought slavery and other issues were normal, he vows to change these issues as he grows older, stronger, and better than ever.

    Despite his young age, Arslan inspired other comrades along the way, including Daryun and Narsus. Will they be able to make a difference in Arslan Senki?

  3. Ryman’s Club

    Ryman's Club is a sports anime and office work life hybrid from Liden Films. The anime has solid animation that is very enjoyable to watch, as expected from the studio.

    The anime follows Mikoto Shiratori, a former child prodigy, as he is fired from Mitsuhoshi Bank due to his lackluster results as a singles player. He was recruited by the Sunlight Beverage corporate badminton team now that he has nothing better to do.

    Mikoto works as a sales agent for the company in the morning and plays badminton in the evening! Will Mikoto be able to adjust to his new role as a doubles player with a new set of teammates?

  4. Saiyuki Reload-Zeroin

    Another solid addition to Liden Film's portfolio, Saiyuki Reload-Zeroin has successfully communicated its main theme and narrative to the audience.

    Some people may not like Saiyuki Reload, but the anime itself is a pretty enjoyable ride. It will only be a matter of time before Saiyuki Reload-Zeroin captures your heart, thanks to the lovable characters and their banter and shenanigans.

    The action and adventure anime follow Kanzeon Bosatsu's team of odd characters such as Son Goku, Genjo Sanzo, Sha Gojyo, and Cho Hakkai as they work to stop the villain, Gyumaoh, from rising to power.

    Youkais were driven insane by the waves of negative power as bad people attempted to resurrect the monstrous Gyumaoh from a hundred years of slumber.

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  5. Love and Lies

    Of course, Liden films also have an entry in terms of romance and drama anime. They produced Love and Lies, also known as Koi to Uso.

    Like any other anime, Liden Film's anime adaptation did not sway from the source material. It was faithful from beginning to end, so if you ever get the urge to read the manga, you'll have no trouble following the anime's conclusion.

    Love and Lies is set in a world where Japan implements a capability calculation between 16-year-old partners. Japan employs this type of measure to increase birth rates. Unfortunately, those who break the rules will face harsh punishment.

    Enter Yukari Nejima, who has his eyes set on Misaki Tazaki, the love of his life. When Nejima confides in Misaki about his feelings, he discovers that he has been assigned to Ririna Sanada! What will become of his budding relationship with Misaki?!

  6. Terra Formars

    Terra Formars may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Liden Films did a good job adapting the manga.

    Due to its unique premise, Terra Formars has been the subject of numerous controversies. Terra Formars has been chastised by the anime and manga communities for its obscenity and racism issues.

    Nonetheless, Terra Formars is set in the 26th century, when humanity is plagued by the Alien Engine Virus, a lethal disease.

    Now that the only cure for the plague has been discovered on Mars, the Annex I team has been dispatched to retrieve it.

    On Mars, however, the Annex I team will face off against Terraformars, powerful and intelligent humanoid cockroaches!

  7. Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

    Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches isn't a particularly good romance or comedy anime, but Liden Films has made it enjoyable. It's an anime designed to put a smile on everyone's face while also providing some laughs in between.

    The anime follows Ryuu Yamada as he adjusts to his new school, Suzaku High. While he wanted to be something else, when he entered his second year, he reverted to his old delinquent self.

    Ryuu's life changed one day when he met the lovely honor student Uraraka Shiraishi. When Ryuu accidentally kisses Uraraka, their bodies are instantly swapped!

  8. Boarding School Juliet

    One of Liden Film's most underappreciated anime is Boarding School Juliet. Despite its interesting characters, decent romance and comedy, and a fully stacked voice actor cast, it is rarely discussed in forums.

    Unfortunately, it lacks the staying power required to distinguish itself from other romance and comedy shows. In any case, Boarding School Juliet is a fun show.

    The anime is based on the Romeo and Juliet love story, which takes place between students from two feuding countries. While Romio Inuzuka is the first-year dorm leader of the Nation of Touwa, the love of his life is his arch-enemy, Juliet Persia! Worse, Juliet is the West Dorm's leader!

    What will their relationship be like? Can they keep their forbidden relationship going despite some serious roadblocks?

  9. Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor

    Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor, a perfectly acceptable ecchi and harem anime, could be your next anime!

    While not an outstanding piece of Liden Film's work, the anime is quite good with its predictable plot that anyone can enjoy.

    Glenn Radars, the lazy and laid-back bastard magic instructor, is the protagonist of the Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor.

    Sistine Fibel and her best friend Rumia Tingel decide to attend the Alzano Imperial Magic Academy, but they quickly discover that their dreams of becoming top magicians will be difficult to achieve!

    Glenn Radars, their teacher, is nothing more than a prick, or so they believe!

  10. Tejina-Senpai

    Liden Films produced Tejina-senpai, a short ecchi comedy anime. The anime has only 12 episodes, each of which lasts 12 minutes and features great animation, on-point comedy, and interesting characters.

    The anime revolves around Tejina-senpai, a cute, odd, and magical-loving character. Despite her positive qualities, she is awkward and suffers from crippling stage fright.

    The nameless high school student, who is required to join a club, notices Tejina alone in the club room practicing her parlor tricks.

    Since the first time he saw her, he couldn't take his gaze away from Tejina. Since then, the unidentified high school assistant has decided to join the Magic Club!