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Blood-C: Complete Series (Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo)


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  • Actors: Alexis Tipton, Scott Freeman, Todd Haberkorn, Bill Jenkins, Lydia Mackay
  • Directors: Tsutomu Mizushima, Hiroyuki Hata, Yukina Hiiro
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Box set, Color, Limited Edition, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: January 22, 2013
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009T3ADGA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,507 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Episode 06 commentary
  • Episode 12 commentary
  • Original commercials
  • Promotional videos
  • Textless opening song - "spiral"
  • Textless closing song - "Junketsu Paradox"
  • U.S. trailer
  • Trailers

  • Editorial Reviews

    The creators of Blood – the Last Vampire and Blood+ team up with renowned powerhouse CLAMP to inject beauty into a chilling new addition to the Blood line.

    Horrifying beasts with a hunger for human flesh prey on the citizens of a quiet town. In moonlit twilight, Saya slays the monsters and returns home drenched in blood. As the attacks increase in frequency and intensity, her enemies relay cryptic messages about a broken contract. Limbs are torn from flesh and skulls are crushed and devoured while the huntress struggles with paralyzing visions and gaping holes in her memory. When the humans Saya promised to protect reveal the sickening truth about her role in the violence, she learns her mission isn’t as clear cut as she thought—and her most sadistic foe of all is so close she can taste it.

    The Limited Edition sku comes in a collectible art box.

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    30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By B. Sounthonevichith on January 21, 2013
    Format: Blu-ray
    As someone who actually bought the anime and actually have it on hand, I can honestly say it's not a bad show. A lot of people are complaining about censorship when they only watched it streamed and not the actual blu ray. That's like complaining about how horrible the quality of the show was on the internet stream and not actually watching the blu ray release. What makes Blood C different from Blood (which I didn't care for) and Blood + (which I enjoyed) is that this one was produced by Production IG and Clamp while Blood and Blood + were produced by Production IG and Aniplex. If you like Clamp, then more than likely you will like Blood C, if you don't, then you probably won't. The same tall, lanky, long legged characters are all here and it does feel like you're watching more of Card Captor Sakura than an actual Blood anime. I like Clamp so this didn't bother. The production value is high and the artworks are gorgeous. This series is only 12 episodes so it's not very long. About 75% of the show is about Saya and her fake life while the other 25%, near the end is where the storyline takes place. There are some things that might keep people from buying this anime and that is Funimation coded the blu ray so that you can't switch audio while watching the show. You have to press the pop up menu and then switch the audio. The other one, and this is more for serious anime lovers, is that the subtitles are hard and not soft. This means that you will not be able to turn off the subs, even if you wanted to. They're burned into the blu ray. The DVDs are the same way, in that you won't be able to switch the audio. If you're fine with this and like the anime then go ahead and buy. However, if you didn't like the anime before, this is another thing for someone to complain about.Read more ›
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    Format: Blu-ray
    Back in 2000, the animated film "Blood: The Last Vampire" was released in theaters and released in the United States.

    The animated film set in 1966 was focused on a vampire named Saya who hunts down bat-like creatures known as chiropterans. The animated film would eventually lead to a manga series "Blood: The Last Vampire 2000″ and three Japanese light novels plus a video game.

    In 2005, a 50-episode anime series titled "Blood+", an alternate timeline would be featured and would focus on an amnesiac named Saya Otanashi who lives the life of an ordinary school girl. Until she is attacked by a Chiropteran and finds out that she somehow can fight against them and is the only one that can defeat them. This leads to a storyline with Saya, her family and friends trying to rid the world of the Chiropteran and her starting to remember her history.

    In 2011, a new anime and manga series was created by this time by the famous manga creators, CLAMP. The anime series was 12-episodes long while an animated film titled "Blood-C: The Last Dark" was released in the summer of 2012.

    In "Blood-C", the series focuses on Saya Kisaragi, a normal, clumsy schoolgirl who lives with her father, Tadayoshi, a priest in the local shrine. She trains as a miko (a priestess) and has a secret life of learning a sacred sword and the "art of the sword" to slay Furukimono (monsters).

    It is learned that Saya is following the path that her mother had done before she died. But as time goes on, she is unsure about herself, her duties of fighting the monsters and her true self.

    Meanwhile, more monster incidents are happening in town and people including friends are disappearing or are attacked and killed.
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    10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By TWM on January 20, 2013
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    So with all the reviews that are out there so far, I can't help but notice that nobody has really said anything about the movie. Now perhaps I am wrong but what I have read about the movie (it hasn't been subbed as far as I know) is that it picks up right after the last episode. So it really seems that despite the series lacking in story line or any of the other issues that it does have, I am not fighting that, it seems that CLAMP is trying to do what Blood the Last Vampire didn't do, which is to give you that back story. And that is the way I have seen Blood C going. I watched it knowing that it was more or less a pre-story for the movie and while it is gory (someone said it was like Elfen Lied, it is that gory but not as.. revealing if you catch my drift) and there are the highschool drama moments (which Blood+ did have a few though they were more teenager drama) I think it was still pretty good. I guess the difference is how I watched it knowing the movie was coming instead of just watching it expecting more Blood+...
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    27 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Arcemise on December 2, 2012
    Format: Blu-ray
    I would like to preface this review with the fact that I really enjoyed the Blood franchise before this. Blood: The Last Vampire was a thrilling movie, Blood+ comes with a fantastic story and great characters, and Blood: The Last Vampire Live Action was entertaining (the weakest entry of the original 3). So I went in to Blood C with high hopes for a sweeping tale about a new version of our favorite katana wielding vampire slayer. I should also preface this by saying I watched it simulcast with English subtitles and so can't speak for the quality of the discs or English dub.

    Animation
    The quality of animation is very high for this show. With only 12 episodes, they could spend a lot of their budget making everything look really nice. Backgrounds are lush and fully realized and the characters move fluidly on screen. Action scenes are visually striking and epic. Character designs are pretty much CLAMP standards with everyone looking like a twig. The school uniform is a little weird at times to (the little sleeve thing makes no sense). The visual quality of the show is easily its best trait.

    Story
    The story starts out alright, our main heroine is an airheaded schoolgirl by day and a monster slaying warrior by night. Her duty is to protect the people of this sleepy town by killing giant monsters called Elder Bairns who have villagers as a main diet. Unfortunately that's pretty much as far as the series goes for character growth. As she kills more and more monsters, a conspiracy is slowly revealed that there is more going on than just wild monster attacks.

    However, nothing changes with these reveals. Each episode turns into a monster of the week that Saya shows up and kills without questioning what's going on.
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