According to the Lore of the Sleeve Written and illustrated by Akihisa Ikeda, Rosario to Vampire, Moka Akashiya's birthday is celebrated, the female protagonist of the franchise. Both the manga and adaptations to the anime have enough years of age, so they do not have official means through which they offered a special message. On the other hand, there was not much activity on social networks by fanatics who remember this date, rather than a handful of illustrations published with the hashtag # 赤夜 萌香生誕祭 2021.
On the other hand, Akihisa Ikeda published the original manga through the magazine Monthly Shonen Jump of the Shueisha publisher in July 2004, and ended it in October 2007 with a total of ten volumes. A "second season" was published in Jump SQ magazine between November 2007 and April 2014, with a total of fourteen volumes.
The work inspired an adaptation to the anime of thirteen episodes produced by Gonzo studies, under the direction of Takayuki Inagaki and scripts written by Hiroshi Yamaguchi, released in January 2008. A second season of thirteen episodes was premiered in October 2008.
Synopsis of Rosario to Vampire
Aoo Tsukune is so lucky that it can not even be admitted to high school. His parents finally found a school without examinations required for admission, in the middle of nowhere. He finds out that the school is a youkai academy (monsters). Just when he is about to resign himself and return to the bus home, he meets a beautiful girl. It turns out that this beautiful girl, Akashiya Moka, is also a vampire that bites it from the beginning. Friends of her and Tsukune are ready for a happy school life with her, until he discovers that if they find a human on school grounds, he must be killed. Now Tsukune must hide him the identity of him to the rest of the monsters at school, while at the same time he is a sandwich ready for Moka whenever he pulled her. What effect will this be in Tsukune and can Moka keep it out of danger?
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