The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 RELEASE DATE and TIME, COUNTDOWN for Vanitas no Karte

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September 07, 2021  01:33 PM

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 10 has been released, and the relationship dynamic between Noé and Vanitas is shifting towards something worth rooting for. As the duo fights yet another threat, many unrelated events are revealed to be anything but, while Vanitas' disturbing backstory comes to light.

If you're here for it all, we got you covered. In the sections below, you will find our handy guide to Vanitas no Karte Episode 11, including its release date and time, and a recap of the last episode!

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 10 Recap

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 Release Date and TimeVanitas no Karte is based on a manga of the same name and follows Noé, a young vampire in search of the Book of Vanitas. This grimoire was reportedly made by Vanitas, a vampire of the Blue Moon, who was despised by the vampires of the Red Moon - the traditional vampire society.

Noé meets a man named Vanitas, after the original creator of the grimoire, who claims to be a human doctor for vampires, using the book to heal them from the corruption of their true name, which makes them predators against their will. Noé and Vanitas join forces, but the first episode ends with Noé admitting that he had to kill Vanitas by the end of their joint journey.

The 24-episode anime will run in two cours of 12 episodes each.

Warning: Spoilers for Vanitas no Karte Episode 10!

Vanitas pretends to be compliant and happy to see Dr. Moreau in order to put him at ease and have him reveal his plans. It appears that Moreau experimented horrifically on both humans and vampires, as he wants to be a vampire himself. 

At a certain point, Noé can't stand hearing the doctor speaking anymore, so he attacks, followed by Roland and the Chasseurs. However, the doctor is rescued by a many-eyed creature, Spider. He then escapes, leaving them all at the mercy of a vampire bearing a malnomen curse that makes him devour anything that lives. 

Vanitas believes it's a lost cause but Noé insists that the vampire can be cured, so he and Vanitas go into the monster's maw, and eventually heal it. Noé and Vanitas finally escape the dungeons, but things will be tough for them from now on. With their new, heartwarming dynamic, we'd love to see where they will go next!

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 Release Date

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 Release Date and Time 1

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 titled "Promise"  is airing on Saturday, September 11 for subscribed Funimation users. International fans might be able to access it from September 10 depending on their time zone. 

If you don't have a Funimation account, you can catch up with Episode 10 on the 11th of September but you'll have to wait an extra week, until the 18th of September, to watch Episode 11 of Vanitas no Karte online. Alternatively, you can watch the series on Hulu.

Since Friday the 6th of August, the English dub of The Case Study of Vanitas is also airing weekly on Funimation. 

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 Release Time

The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 Release Date and Time 2

The Case Study of Vanitas is scheduled to air on Saturday, September 11 at midnight JST. Should this remain correct, Vanitas no Karte Episode 11 will air in different timezones as follows:

Pacific Time: 8:00 AM (September 10) 

Central Time: 10:00 AM (September 10) 

Eastern Time: 11:00 AM (September 10) 

British Time: 4:00 PM (September 10) 

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The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 COUNTDOWN




You can watch The Case Study of Vanitas Episode 11 online with English subs in less than 3 days! Other magical anime you can watch during the Summer season include Edens Zero and The Duke of Death and His Maid.



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