10 best anime with vampires
That basic suck-up… Oops, wrong post. Best Anime with Vampires! Yes, vampires back and a half are popular, but soon people forget. Yes, but forgetting the vampires that glow in the sun is a little difficult… Okay, let's try to redefine our real vampire concepts? Come with me.
10. Strike the Blood
The fantasy story and school action of Strike the Blood revolves around Akatsuki Kojou, a boy considered the most dangerous vampire in the world (who thought to exist only in myths and legends), and Himeragi Yukina, a girl who was given the mission to keep an eye on the vampire And, if need be, eliminate it.
9. Trinity Blood
The scenario is the distant future, a post-apocalyptic world after the destruction caused by Armageddon. The war between humans (Terran) and vampires (Methuselah) continues, with a dispute between two factions: the Vatican and the Neo-human empire. Despite the shedding of blood and violence, many yearn for a peaceful coexistence between the two species. However, between these and this goal is the order of Rosenkreuz, a group of extremist vampires who manipulate both sides and place them against each other. To combat them, the group "AX", of special operations of the Vatican, led by Cardinal Caterina; Need to use all your weapons – even a vampire who feeds on the blood of other vampires.
8. Vampire Knight
Yuki's earliest memory is one night from when she was about 5 years old. In the midst of a snowstorm, she was attacked by a vampire and rescued by another, called Kaname Kuran, one of the few pure-blood existing. Ten years later, Yuki Cross becomes the adoptive daughter of the director of the Cross Academy, growing and becoming a college monitor, along with Zero Kiryuu, a boy who had his family killed by a vampire. The Kaien Cross Academy aims to prove that peaceful coexistence between vampires and humans is possible and to try to promote understanding between the two races.
7. Blood +
The adolescent Saya Otonashi leads a normal life with her father, George Miyagusuku, a retired military of the Vietnam War, and his adoptive brothers, Kai and Riku in Okinawa, Japan. But his memory limits her to just the previous year of his life. What has happened to Saya? Mysterious events such as the appearance of the Quiroptera (beings that only Saya is able to defeat) are increasingly involving Saya in a plot that can reveal his secret past.
6. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (film)
In the distant future, vampires dominate the night, but their population is decreasing due to the high value of the rewards offered by their heads. Bounty hunters, eager for money, are the main responsible for the extermination of these vampires. One of these hunters is different from the others: he's a dhampir. Half-human, half-vampire, at war with his own conscience and feared by all, this hunter possesses the tormented soul and leads a solitary existence. His name is D.
5. Blood Lad
Staz is the head vampire of a demon world section, but he has little interest in human blood, and shows more animation with Japanese culture. When he discovers that Yanagi Fuyumi, a Japanese teenager, accidentally ended up in the demon City, Staz soon enters the whole thing. Meanwhile, while Staz dealt with an intruder in his territory, the distracted Fuyumi is killed by a monster and becomes an errant ghost. The then disappointed Staz swears that he will find a way to bring Fuyumi back to life.
4. Owari in the Seraph
One day, a mysterious virus appeared on Earth, which killed all humans infected over the age of 13. At the same time, vampires emerged from the darkness of the world and enslaved humanity. Hyakuya Yuuichirou, a young lad, who, along with the rest of the children of his orphanage, are treated like cattle by the vampires. Even in captivity, Yuuichirou dreams great. He dreams of killing vampires. He dreams of killing them all.
During an awfully warm summer in Sotoba, a peaceful and peaceful village of 1300 inhabitants, a series of bizarre deaths begin to occur. At the same time, a strange family moves to an abandoned mansion in the region. The hospital clerk Toshio Ozaki can't figure out the cause of the killings, initially suspecting an epidemic. While the investigations of the staff of the hospital and the villagers continue, it is discovered that the village is taken by vampires…
2. Monogatari Series (story set)
The story revolves around Koyomi Araragi, a third-year Japanese high school student who recently survived a meeting with a vampire, then introduced to the world of the various kinds of mysterious creatures of Japanese folklore. Monogatari is a set of stories. Search the timeline, it's really worth it.
1. Hellsing Ultimate
Hellsing Ultimate plays with maximum fidelity the storyline of Hellsing manga and uses modern animation techniques. Dubbed by the same team of anime voice actors, each episode has 50 minutes of animation that reproduce an entire volume of the manga. The entire manga story was covered by the DVD's/Blu-ray compilation. So it is not a continuation of the TV series but a new series, with higher degree of fidelity to the original storyline (manga).
Bonus: Castlevania (Netflix pays nóis)
I hate criticism, but come on. It's an American animation based on a game of the same name that uses Japanese animation techniques. What saddened me was the characters without a convincing motivation, it was very free. But in general it was very good, strongly recommend, are only 4 EP. Available on Netflix (oops, cash just entered the account).
Better anime with vampires? Well, at least these don't glow in the sun…
Vampires have several versions, but they all have something in common, explosive holy water, wooden stake that gives tetanus, coffin with red background and werewolves as enemies… In a certain film there they dispute to see which is more cat, hot and everything that is good… I think I'm going to go over this movie, just for scientific purposes, nothing much.
That basic suck