Vampire Knight, Guilty

Vampire Knight, Guilty

The Complete Series

DVD - 2011
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"Yuki is torn between the two people she cares for most when Zero is accused of Shizuka Hio's murder and Kaname refuses to attest to his innocence. Drawn deeper into the world of vampires, Yuki struggles to recall the events of ten years earlier but fails time and again, despite Zero's help. Kaname continually evades Yuki's questions, but when her visions of blood grow more frequent and intense, the past may come to light whether anyone wants it to or not!"--Container.
Publisher: [United States] : Viz Media ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2011].
ISBN: 9781421537818
Branch Call Number: DVD VAMPIRE
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (ca. 325 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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mamiuno Mar 03, 2014

i read da manga,now ima watch da anime n see if it's better..............

X_andor_Who Feb 23, 2014

Vampire Knight:Guilty: is a noire; soaked in sanguineous storehouses of bleak, episodic bouts. Initially I was borderline creeped-out by the sensuality being more than what I had been use to in anime. I was creeped-out by the enamoration that the students (I assume human students) had for the vampires in the opening of the first episode). Having avoided the whole Twilight movies and books, myself; I probably can attribute this to as how I fell behind in modern vampire stories. I was confused on who was who early on, and on what connection they had toward one another, and of what faction they were belonging to or of . I advise, to look at the Relation Chart as soon as possible on the last DVD in the Extras section to get a better handle on who knows who…and on how they are related to one another. Unless I was not paying attention, these social cues did not seem to give way in the monstrous dialogues that presented themselves during the beginning of the series. The written scripted words were welcomed additions, pleasing my viewing experience. At times, though, VK:Guilty seemed erotic not only with words but with visual depiction as well; although, I grant that when blood is mingled between bodies, as such like in many chemical happenings…new changes can occur…life for one, and for the one…might inevitably change as well. This was a very drama centric piece with only some moments of laughing levity being provided by butt-monkey like character, the human headmaster. Most of the time, most characters were super serious,. Aido would occasionally get angry, and the series, to me, seemed to try to pass these moments off as looking like blustered buffoonery …as Aido is, from what I could tell, the only other comic relief, though a distant second to headmaster guy. I did feel that VK:Guilty was an excellent character study on character thinking processes and how a character evaluates thru feelings of their own self to other selves. VK:Guilty series did remind me of some jRPG video games that I had played in the past. I suppose though…after awhile, much of many stories, may feel like regurgitated memories of mine…either way, VK:Guilty felt fairly fine for a vampire anime series. 4.6/5.0 -Xandor Who; (some small editing: 4-22-14).

narutouzumaki485 Jul 21, 2012

the truth comes out


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haykevoh1 Sep 17, 2012

haykevoh1 thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over

alicesweets Jun 13, 2012

alicesweets thinks this title is suitable for All Ages


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Aug 18, 2013

Violence: Vampires drinking the blood of humans

alicesweets Jun 13, 2012

Frightening or Intense Scenes: Vampire killing each other


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alicesweets Jun 13, 2012

Cross Academy is attended by two groups of students: the Day Class and the Night Class. At twilight, when the students of the Day Class return to their dorm, they cross paths with the Night Class on their way to school. Yuki Cross and Zero Kiryu are the Guardians of the school, protecting the Day Class from the Academy's dark secret: the Night Class is full of vampires!


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alicesweets Jun 13, 2012

"So,it's fine for me to stand alongside you,isn't it?"

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