Vampire Knight, Vol. 1

Warner Home Video | July 1, 2011 | DVD

Vampire Knight, Vol. 1 is rated 2 out of 5 by 1.

Video Release: July 1, 2011

Runtime: 100

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 782009241331

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from The anime doesn't compare to the manga Vampire Knight has 13 episodes in total, thus this volume doesn't hold very much. It is a story that mostly takes place in a high school in which vampires also reside. The vampires have a night class; where as the regular students have a day class. The vampires are stunning, and a lot of the regular students are very fond of them. Yuki (the only girl on the cover) is the so-called daughter of the school's principal. Zero, the guy with the grey hair was also taken in by the school principal because he no family remaining. He was also bitten by a pure-blood vampire, meaning that he will eventually turn into one. Zero likes Yuki because that's his only friend, but Yuki has a crush on Kaname. Kaname Kuran is the long haired guy who is one of the few pure-blooded vampires remaining. The only thing Yuki can recall of her childhood is a vampire attacking her while she was surrounded by snow. It was Kaname who had come to save her. She does not know what happened to her and why she was attacked, but she has a feeling that Kaname knows but will not tell her. Overall, compared to the manga, the anime was dull, the presence of Kaname, which was much perceived in the manga, was not at all felt in the anime. The drawings which were so beautiful in manga-form, looked only okay in anime-form. For those that have read the manga, the anime was very boring and extra parts were added to it like vampires flying about and someone hunting for them, for those who have not read the manga, the anime may actually interest you. 2/5
Date published: 2010-09-03

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Vampire Knight, Vol. 1

Video Release: July 1, 2011

Runtime: 100

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 782009241331


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  • Color
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
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