- Producers: Michiko Suzukii
- Format: Box set, PAL
- Language: Japanese
- Subtitles: English
- Dubbed: Japanese
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Mvm
- DVD Release Date: 30 Mar. 2009
- Run Time: 600 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- ASIN: B001LGXHS4
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 211,226 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Trinity Blood: Complete Collection [DVD]
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All 24 episodes of the Japanese anime series. Many centuries ago, man's Armageddon gave birth to the vampires' wrath. As man and immortal clash, a reality-shattering threat looms. Hope resides solely in a new breed of hunter operating under the Vatican's authority. The true battle between holiness and evil has begun. Episodes comprise: 'Flight Night', 'Witch Hunt', 'The Star of Sorrow I: City of Blood', 'The Star of Sorrow II: Hunter's Banquet', 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow', 'Sword Dancer', 'Never Land', 'Silent Noise', 'Overcount I: The Belfry of Downfall', 'Overcount II: Lucifer's Choice', 'From the Empire', 'The Ibelis I: Evening Visitors', 'The Ibelis II: Betrayal Blaze', 'The Ibelis III: A Mark of Sinner', 'The Night Lords I: The Return to Envoy', 'The Night Lords IIL Twilight of the Capital', 'The Night Lords III: The Island of Her Darling Children', 'The Night Lords IV: The Palace of Jade', 'The Night Lords V: A Start of Pilgrimage', 'The Throne of Roses I: Kingdom of the North', 'The Throne of Roses II: The Refuge', 'The Throne of Roses III: Lord of Abyss', 'The Crown of Thorns I: City in the Mist' and 'The Crown of Thorns II: The Lord of Oath'.
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My favourite thing about this series is the way they make everything seem so damn cool- every character has been designed to perfection and all of the action scenes are beautifully choreographed, every location in the Trinity Blood world has a real sense of atmosphere to it adding to the immersion of each episode.
All the music fits in perfectly to match the action on screen, this helps to maintain an epic feeling throughout each and every scene.
The story is very well preasented and will keep you hooked from start to finish- it will be a fairly standard tale for most anime fans out there as the basis is Vampires vs the church/everyone else (seen before in Hellsing,Black Blood Brothers, Blood: the last vampire and so on).
So why have I only given it a 4 out of 5?
I have only two problems with this series (neither of which are too serious)
The first problem is that many unique, uber-cool characters make appearences throughout this series- but hardly any of them are looked at in depth, I kept wanting to know more about some of the less central characters (as they are so cool) but most of them were barely touched upon!
My other slightly bigger complaint is the ending (no spoilers so don't worry) as the series comes to it's conclusion two very central characters get ready for a final duel, the atmosphere is very intense and the suspense builds for about 2 episodes then when the battle begins it all seems very epic and then...... it just ends..... half way through the fight!!! As the credits rolled I did feel a little cheated, they leave it to your imagination to decide how it should end. (enough moaning time to wrap things up).Read more ›