Crunchyroll Releases Trailer for Webtoon Vampire Series – Noblesse

Written by Son Jae Ho, Noblesse is the story of noble vampire Rai (Etrama Di Raizel). Rai has been asleep for more than 820 years but when he wakes up, he finds himself in an abandoned building in South Korea. But he is having a hard time comprehending the world since humanity has made so much scientific progress. He finds his servant, Frankenstein in a school, where he later enrols with his help. Rai befriends some students there and forms a group with them. The group then goes on dangerous adventures against a surreptitious organization as they uncover Rai’s past in the process.

Nobles are powerful people who could not stand the murder of helpless humans, so they have always guarded humans against predators. They have a power to mind control and it was thought that Nobles were beings at the helm of the vampire race but it is later revealed that Nobles become Vampire after consuming human blood.

Noblesse follows the story of the noble vampire Rai and his group which stands up to the Union, a secret organization that is planning to take over the world. To achieve their goal, they have started sending modified humans to get their hands-on Rai putting people around him in danger as well. But Rai has decided to wield his power to defend himself and protect those around him. The Webtoon is immensely popular because of its strong storyline and just recently Crunchyroll has released the first trailer for its Anime adaptation.

The latest release of the trailer and key art has got the fans excited for the much-acclaimed supernatural anime. It is expected to be available exclusively on Crunchyroll by October. Noblesse has been one of the first few manhwa to be officially translated to English on a digital platform. But with its latest anime adaptation, Crunchyroll has shown they are not afraid of experimenting with new shows.

The anime and manga focused streaming site has recently drawn a lot of attention for its original series called Crunchyroll originals. The company has been investing heavily in producing or co-producing new anime for its subscribers. In the last three years, it has been very successful as it has grown exponentially and doubled its paying subscribers to 2 million. With shows like The God of High School and Tower God, the streaming site is all ready to introduce its viewers to the supernatural and action-packed world of Noblesse. It can’t get any better than this, Noblesse is all ready to take over the anime world.

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