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Blood +: Volume 4

4.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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The battle continues in BLOOD+ VOLUME FOUR, more adventures as Saya Otonashi battles the evil Chiropterans! A normal high school student who suffers from amnesia, her destiny is partially revealed when a stranger presents her with a katana. Soon she finds herself fighting Chiropterans - ravenous creatures that can change their form, disguising themselves as human beings. An organization called the Red Shield has been waging a private war to wipe them out. They travel to Ekaterinburg during the continued struggle, but no one's safe.

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  • Directors: Akiko Honda, Michael Hack, Naomichi Yamato, Kiyoko Sayama, Naoyasu Hanyu
  • Producers: Phil Crain
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: French, Korean, English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 27, 2009
  • Run Time: 124 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001KEHAGW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,491 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By [KNDY] Dennis A. Amith TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 8, 2009
The secret of Saya is finally revealed in the fourth volume of the dark, vampirish anime known as "BLOOD+".

The popular 50-episode anime series that was shown in Japan back in 2005-2006 and also in the US via "Adult Swim" on the Cartoon Network finally starts to catch some steam with more developments on the past of Saya. What we have learned in the previous three volumes is that Saya is a person that has a special power and with the Red Shield, they set out to the road in an effort to destroy vampires aka Chiropterans and Diva, their queen. Representing Red Shield is David who watches over Saya and her two adoptive brothers Kai and Riku. Saya is aided by Hagi, who happens to have a special ability in order to protect Saya and joining the team is their bodyguard Lewis and Red Shield doctor Julia Silverstein. You suspect something about Saya because she always receives these blood transfusions and her blood somehow powers up her sword and her eyes turn glowing red before she decimates her opponent.

In volume 4, the group now ends up in Russia to look for some leads on Diva and the Chiropterans and a doctor who may have created them or clones of them.

The following episodes included in this volume are:

1. Episode 16 - Siberian Express - While on the train ride through Russia, the group is attacked by two Chiropterans and Saya and Hagi go to battle. But for David, he questions how two of the Chiropterans can get into the train?
2. Episode 17 - Do you Remember the Promise? - With Saya and Hagi thrown off the train in the last episode, both walk for shelter and start to begin their search for a doctor who was experimenting on cloning. They end up meeting his daughter who wants to help them but is she really the daughter?
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It's a good anime don't get me wrong . If u like a lot of blood and killing but this is only half of the show . There's more after this one . Blood + will keep u coming back for more . U can't go wrong with the show
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The battle continues as Red Shield and Saya follows Diva and her Chevaliers to Russia. Train travel, good food, white snow, cold nights, and bloody swords. Outside of the cool action, the great Voice Actors and Actresses, the artwork, there is a developing plot that hooks you in. Because while Saya Otonashi gets closer to her target we learn more and more about her background. I don't wish to spoil it for you, but we learn a few shockers. And we also realize that Diva's protectors have plans for Saya. Too bad there are no extras but five episodes are good enough.
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Volume # 3 was one of 2 I needed to complete my set of 4. A lot of action .
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I always thought there were only four DVDs in this series, unfortunately I was wrong, there are five. The reason I thought there were only four is because the fifth disk I guess is very hard to come by. Every time Ive searched it its either unable to be found, or unavailable.
But, the fourth in this series is great.
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It is not a secret that I am a fan of anime. While I may not be a devotee as some people are, I thoroughly enjoy many anime series. I just finished watching the series Blood+, a 50-episode series that aired from 2005-2006. The best way I could summarize my feelings about this series is that it is both entertaining and underwhelming. It actually really kind of hurts me to say that, but I will explain. As a rule- SPOILERS.

Plot
I suppose the best place to start with any series is the basic premise. Here is a place where Blood+ really kind of was hit and miss. The basic overview is this- a girl wakes up with amnesia and one day is attacked by a monster. She learns that she is the only one who can stop these monsters because of her blood. That is the story at it's most basic. From here there are a lot of side stories and plot twists and other details. I think that had the plot kind of stuck more to this basic premise, the series would have been stronger. As it is, you really need to pay a lot of attention to this show. For those that are willing to invest the time the payoff is rewarding. The story takes it time and really wants to flesh out it's mythos. That being said, this is an anime and there are certain tropes that are to be expected. I find that when I talk to people who don't watch anime regularly or are new there are a lot of elements that are present in many anime shows that they have a hard time wrapping their heads around. This stems from a basic cultural differences. One of the big things that animes do that I have noticed is in regards to their dialog. It is not uncommon to hear plot points that the audience should know all about be repeated- a lot. Blood+ is no exception.
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One of my favorite animes out there! Had to have it for my collection. All 5 episodes are expertly told and animated.
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After watching volume 3, had to buy this volume to see what happened next. If you like animae, you have to watch series! It's great.
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