Rarely Known Manga and Anime-Inspired By Vocaloid. Most anime fans are well aware of the immense popularity of Vocaloid. However, not all fans know that Vocaloid has inspired several manga and anime series. Despite the popularity of the Vocaloid over the years, some of its adaptations are rarely known.
There is more manga than anime series inspired by popular music software. It was as if they never existed even though most were quite new.
1. Acute is the condition when Miku becomes Yandere
Yandere fans will experience a bittersweet love story in this high school. The plot revolves around the love triangle between the “childhood friend” Miguren Luka and none other than Hatsune Miku himself.
Luka and Miku love the same boy, but they promise to stay, friends, even if the other one starts dating him. But if that happens, can Miko keep her promise? Can she still be happy with her boyfriend, knowing that the guy she loves will never look her way? No, unless he does something about it.
2. Torture Tower Doesn’t Sleep Is A Potential New Favorite For Horror Fans
Those looking for something scary to read can find joy in this Vocaloid-inspired manga. The story is based on the false vocal song “Jomonto and Nemorani”, also known as “The Torture Tower Never Sleeps”.
Having lost everything, Lloyd Lowell finds himself in the city of Lyon, in search of the mysterious Torcia Tower. According to rumors, one finds the key to eternal glory, fortune or even immortality wandering in the zodiac. But what happens if things don’t go according to Lloyd’s plan?
3. Servant of Evil Is A Rough Dark Fantasy Diamond
Still, looking for a dark story to read? Servant of Evil is another great option. The manga is based on Aku P’s “Story of Evil” song series and two parts from Vocaloid songs: “Daughter of Evil” and “Servant of Evil.” In the Servant of Evil, a foreign country received a prophecy that the next child born into the royal family would have a birthmark on their back. After the death of the child, the kingdom will reach the end of its destruction. Then, twins were born in the royal family named Len and Rin.
Len was born with a birthmark and banished to a tower far from the castle. While Rin was raised as the only princess of the kingdom. However, that could not keep him away from his twin brother. Despite their external circumstances and forces trying to separate them, Len and Rin develop a close and unbreakable bond.
4. Hatsune Mix! – For All Miku Fans
Vocaloid fans may not be aware that Hatsune Miku has her manga titled Hatsune Mix! The manga focuses on random, lighthearted stories about the Original Vocaloid and his friends and is suitable for fans and collectors of Hatsune Miku. This gives fans a first-hand look into Miku’s cheerful world.
5. 1925 Could Waste Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun’s Money
Figure collectors may be familiar with the Senbonzakura range from The Good Smile Company and Vocaloid. Dressed in costumes from the Taisho era, vocaloids are distributed online as nendoroids, scale figures and even fan art. 1925 is the manga that summarizes the popular group.
Lin and Rin were set in 1920s Japan, and belong to a respected family from Kagurazaka in Tokyo. Rin is contracted to marry, much to Rin’s disappointment. He also wants nothing more than to break off the engagement. As a last resort, he is looking for a legendary ghost train that he thinks he wants to fulfill. Lin finds this ghost train of a leader named Miku and is ready to fulfill his wish. However, there is a high price to pay.
6. Black Rock Shooter Focuses On Parallel World Collisions
Black Rock Shooter and friends started as illustrations by the artist known as the huke. His art is gaining enough popularity to catch the attention of the famous music producer, Ryo. With inspiration from his drawings, he worked with fellow Vocaloid collaborator supercell to write “Black Rock Shooter.” The anime itself has various overlapping alternate universes. But they all have one thing in common: a mysterious girl named Black Rock Shooter.
Mato Kuroi starts his first day of high school and meets a shy girl named Yomi. At first, Yomi was hesitant to talk to Mato. However, Yomi sees a familiar blue bird decorating Mato’s cell phone which turns out to be from one of Yomi’s favorite books, Li’l Birds Di Play. It just so happened that Mato liked it too. But what they don’t know is What happened between the two girls affected the world of Black Rock Shooter. It even affects their relationship with other people. Will Mato and Yomi find out about this strange “other world”?
7. Mekakucity Actors Combine Mystery, Supernatural Combat, and Music
Also known as Kagero Days or Kagero Project, Mekakucity Actors is based on viral music videos of the same name. The music video reached 10 million views, the series of eight light novels, and the manga that followed.
For the first time in a long time, Shintaro Kisaragi decided to leave his room. She suffers from social anxiety, and has been excluded for the past two years. Its only companion is a live computer program known as “One”. The reason for his departure? Soda was playing on the keyboard and had to buy a replacement. However, most shops are closed due to Obon, a Japanese holiday dedicated to the memory of the dead. Shintaro is terrified at the thought of leaving his lair, but life without one is even more terrifying. When Shintaro enters the store, the situation worsens.
8. Mikagura School Suite Follows A Game Addict And His Unusual School Life
Mikagura School Suite was inspired by Last Note, a songwriter who created the Vocaloid music series of the same name. Last Note also produced a light novel and manga series before the anime was given the green light.
Eruna Ichinomiya is desperate to fall in love with girls. Seeing cute girls in cute clothes is all he wants from life, but he can only find them in dating simulations. Eruna hasn’t decided which high school she wants to go to, but it doesn’t matter to her. He prefers to spend time to win over his favorite female character. His cousin Shigure gives him a high school flyer and a photo of a cute girl catches his eye. It turns out that he is a student of Mikagura Private Academy who inspired Eruna to enroll. However, this school has a unique premise.
9. Confession Executive Committee: Love Series Is The Perfect Addition To The Romantic Lovers Watchlist
Familiar with HoneyWorks? For those who don’t know the name, HoneyWorks is a popular Vocaloid band behind the openings of various famous anime, including Gintama, Blue Spring Ride, After the Rain, and recently Boruto. HoneyWorks created a series of songs known as Confession Executive Committee: Love Series. Vocaloid GUMI provided vocals for the first song and premiered on the Nico Nico Douga streaming site in 2011. Two anime films and a six-episode series followed.
Confession Executive Committee: Love Series focuses on the lives of six third-year high school students. Their love is awkward and tense but innocent and light at the same time. Coupled with HoneyWorks’ energetic songs, this series is perfect for watching a cheerful atmosphere.