Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 11 will decide Irina's fate. Both she and Lev have come a long way over the course of the 12-episode sci-fi anime. We hope that the penultimate episode will be a reunion for them; preferably on the moon. But is that too much to hope?
If you're wondering the same, keep reading. Below you'll find all you need to know about Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 11 including its release date and release time so that you can be the first to catch up with Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut!
Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 10 Recap
Irina and Lev spend one final night together before she leaves for Sangrad, and she makes him promise that he will be the first man in space. However, neither Lev nor Mikhail turn out to be the first candidates, as they found in Sangrad the next day. Irina spots Lev and decides to approach him, but officials ban her from contacting him.
Later on, we learn there's something more sinister going on with Irina's confinement. While she's supposed to undergo medical tests to check her reaction to her flight, her superiors are still thinking of disposing of her. Lyudmila suggests that they use Irina as a weapon instead of killing her.
Finally, Lev is picked as the first cosmonaut, much to his delight. Through the callsign "Aster," he lets Irina know that he's thinking of her.
Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 11 Release Date
The scheduled release date for Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 11, titled "Lies and Truths" is next Monday, the 13th of December. Some fans will be able to watch Episode 11 of Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut on Sunday, the 12th of December, depending on their timezone.
If you're not a premium Funimation user you can still watch the episode, but you'll have to wait until December 19, and there will be ads. As for the English dub, several episodes are already available in English, with more to come!
Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu Episode 11 Release Time
We expect Episode 11 of Irina the Vampire Cosmonaut to air on the 13th of December at 1.36 AM JST. Here's how this translates to Funimation release:
- Pacific Time: 10:05 AM (December 12)
- Central Time: 12:05 PM(December 12)
- Eastern Time: 1:05 PM (December 12)
- British Time: 6:05 PM (December 12)